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A Symbol for Merchant Acceptance of Bitcoin

A Symbol for Merchant Acceptance of Bitcoin submitted by freee101 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Merchants and Cryptocurrency: The case for merchant acceptance of bitcoin.

Merchants and Cryptocurrency: The case for merchant acceptance of bitcoin. submitted by itbit_ben to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

Collection of special offers & promo codes from merchants accepting Bitcoin Cash

Collection of special offers & promo codes from merchants accepting Bitcoin Cash submitted by alextailorswift to Bitcoincash [link] [comments]

Is there a list of bitcoin-accepting merchants that DO NOT automaticaly convert revenues into fiat?

I suspect most merchants that accept bitcoin quickly convert to fiat to pay expenses. I would like to patronize the kind of merchants who keep bitcoin to pay expenses first because they are making an effort to keep a bitcoin economy.
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Check out a list of BTC merchants, who are brave and progressive enough to accept Bitcoin in 2020.

Check out a list of BTC merchants, who are brave and progressive enough to accept Bitcoin in 2020. submitted by Godex_io to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Check out a list of BTC merchants, who are brave and progressive enough to accept Bitcoin in 2020. (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

Check out a list of BTC merchants, who are brave and progressive enough to accept Bitcoin in 2020. (x-post from /Bitcoin) submitted by ASICmachine to CryptoCurrencyClassic [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Cash Ecosystem Sees a Tidal Wave of Merchant Acceptance, far more than Bitcoin Core.

Bitcoin Cash Ecosystem Sees a Tidal Wave of Merchant Acceptance, far more than Bitcoin Core. submitted by MemoryDealers to btc [link] [comments]

Onboarded my first Merchant in Melbourne Australia. Tyrone Brown's Structural Integration Therapy. Located in Malvern VIC 3144. Have been a long customer of Tyrone and highly recommend him to anyone looking for strong deep tissue work. He is now accepting payments using the bitcoin.com wallet.

Onboarded my first Merchant in Melbourne Australia. Tyrone Brown's Structural Integration Therapy. Located in Malvern VIC 3144. Have been a long customer of Tyrone and highly recommend him to anyone looking for strong deep tissue work. He is now accepting payments using the bitcoin.com wallet. submitted by LL474733 to btc [link] [comments]

Options for a merchant who accepts Bitcoin to lock in the exchange rate at time of purchase and convert to fiat ?

Assuming the merchant has a wallet and has the point of sale set up already, what are the best options at this time for them to be able to convert to fiat, or at least to be able to lock in the exchange rate at the time the sale is made?
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I spent some time in Townsville investigating the level of adoption for myself. There is definitely a high presence and awareness of BCH. When I asked merchants whether they accepted Bitcoin Cash or cryptocurrency it was never followed by a puzzled look, everyone knows about it.

I spent some time in Townsville investigating the level of adoption for myself. There is definitely a high presence and awareness of BCH. When I asked merchants whether they accepted Bitcoin Cash or cryptocurrency it was never followed by a puzzled look, everyone knows about it. submitted by VeritasSapere to btc [link] [comments]

BitPay is pushing this new BCH address format. They implemented BCH on their blockexplorer and copay wallet. It seems they are flirting with acceptance of BCH for merchants. Should we embrace this new transaction format in order to encourage them to accept Bitcoin Cash?

BitPay is pushing this new BCH address format. They implemented BCH on their blockexplorer and copay wallet. It seems they are flirting with acceptance of BCH for merchants. Should we embrace this new transaction format in order to encourage them to accept Bitcoin Cash? submitted by cryptorebel to btc [link] [comments]

Theory: Major financial crises come every 8 years (when the current US president ends his two 4-year terms)... Next crisis due: mid- to late 2016 (right after the next halving)... So... HODL!!!

The current financial crisis started (actually: became visible) in late 2008 - coincidentally coinciding with the end of Bush's term.
https://www.google.com/search?output=search&sclient=psy-ab&q=2008+financial+crisis&btnG=
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Too_big_to_fail
During 2008, the five largest U.S. investment banks either failed (Lehman Brothers), were bought out by other banks at fire-sale prices (Bear Stearns and Merrill Lynch) or were at risk of failure and obtained depository banking charters to obtain additional Federal Reserve support (Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley). In addition, the government provided bailout funds via the Troubled Asset Relief Program in 2008.
I have a theory that these crises nowadays tend to come every 8 years - when the current US president is on his way out (so he can let the next guy clean up the mess).
In other words: they no longer can fix the problems. So they just "kick the can down the road" and let the poor sap on the next shift deal with it.
Washington, issuer of the world's reserve currency the almighty military-backed petrodollar, quietly sweeps all the bad news under the rug for 8 years.
Most US presidents get the maximum of two 4-year terms these days via reelection - so they end up serving a total 8 years.
Once those 8 years are over and the US President is getting ready to leave office - bam! that's when they let the shit hit the fan, since most of the current officeholders and employees (from the President and his appointees all the way down) won't have to be around anymore to clean up the mess.
As we all know, the financial news has been pretty grim on a regular basis these past few years. In particular:
www.bloombergview.com/quicktake/negative-interest-rates
https://www.google.de/search?output=search&sclient=psy-ab&q=citibank+derivatives+budget&btnG=
They know the ship's going down - and I predict they're conveniently timing it for mid- to late 2016 - when the current administration will be leaving office.
Hmm... what else is happening in late 2016?
Oh yeah: the Halvening!
http://bitcoinclock.com/
So fasten your seatbelts and get ready to ride out the perfect financial storm in 2016 - and until then, HODL!!!
PS - I don't give a fuck about "merchant acceptance" of bitcoin. And hipsters who get excited when they can buy a tall latte with their bitcoin on their iPhone at Starbucks - please y'all gotta grow up, children.
As far as I'm concerned, bitcoin is like gold - to be hoarded for several years.
And do you practice KYC/AML when you sell your bitcoin on an exchange? That's right, I didn't think you did. For all you know, that could be Jamie Dimon buying up all your bitcoin - trying to corner the market. You know he has an infinite fiat printing press, so what's it to him if he has to drop a cool $5billion to buy up everyone's bitcoins?
I'd recommend localbitcoins - face to face. Just to make sure it isn't some shady Wall Street character buying up your bitcoins. You know they're probably totally two-faced. On YouTube telling you: worthless fantasy unicorn internet money blah blah blah and meanwhile they're probably scooping up all they can on the exchanges while coins are still cheap.
Meanwhile, I ain't gonna buy no xbox or overpriced coffee by shaving off a piece of a gold coin. That shit's for my retirement.
Or at least until after the end of 2016.
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BitPay Volumes Surge 328% As Processor Forecasts $1 bln Annual Turnover

BitPay is “on pace” to process $1 bln per year in Bitcoin payments as its merchants see a combined 328 percent annual volume growth.
In a blog post released Monday, the flagship Bitcoin payments gateway said it had seen “major growth” in the last year particularly, with the majority of activity stemming from its US market.
“We're now on pace to process over $1 bln annually in Bitcoin payment acceptance and payouts, and we've already grown our payments dollar volume 328 percent year-over-year from 2016,” the company confirmed.
This year has seen BitPay grace the headlines, announcing exclusive partnerships such as the multimillion-dollar Dubai Aston Plaza real estate project with the UK’s Baroness Mone.
At the same time, its support of the upcoming SegWit2x hard fork has received mixed reactions, with cryptocurrency scam listings service Badbitcoin.org even explicitly threatening to remove BitPay from its safelist over the decision.
With Bitcoin remaining over $4,000, however, business is booming for merchants worldwide thanks to increased regulatory clarity. Japanese efforts to drastically increase its merchant acceptance of Bitcoin also continues.
“Merchants in the Asia-Pacific region now receive a significant portion of our monthly transactions,” BitPay commented on the growth in the sector.
Through its links with local payment outfit AsiaPay, major clients such as Tesla and Cathay Pacific “can choose to easily accept Bitcoin payments from their Asian customers by activating AsiaPay's BitPay integration.”
Announcements of Bitcoin acceptance by major corporations remain few and far between, however. This week, a rumor Amazon would finally begin accepting the virtual currency was debunked as likely fake news.
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Cameron Lee shares his experience as an online merchant accepting Bitcoin payments for work across the globe. If you're a business owner interested in experiencing the future of money and expanding your customer base, this presentation is for you!

Cameron Lee shares his experience as an online merchant accepting Bitcoin payments for work across the globe. If you're a business owner interested in experiencing the future of money and expanding your customer base, this presentation is for you! submitted by CryptoStrategies to btc [link] [comments]

Mobile POS company SumUp now accepts Bitcoin for its merchants using Bitpay.

Landing page: https://sumup.co.uk/bitcoin Press release: https://sumup.co.uk/SumUp-Integrates-Bitcoin-Payments-Through-BitPay
Disclaimer: I work or SumUp and build the Android side of this feature. I might be able to answer your questions :-)
This feature is in beta now and merchants need to opt-in. And they need to have an Android device. I think this could improve merchant acceptance of Bitcoin as they will be able to accept Bitcoin without additional risk compared to card payments.
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What is the most updated list of merchants accepting Bitcoin ?

I've been doing a few searches on bitcointalk & Google and managed to find : https://coinmap.org/#/ https://coinmap.it https://cryptwerk.com/pay-with/btc/
Anyone would know if I missed anything ? Which website should I use ?
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Breaking News: 70% of merchants in Cyprus will start accepting Bitcoin Cash payments. BCH will be added to a leading POS system.

Breaking News: 70% of merchants in Cyprus will start accepting Bitcoin Cash payments. BCH will be added to a leading POS system. submitted by tralxz to btc [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Cash and the BCH based ACD token will be accepted at thousands of merchants across Japan

Bitcoin Cash and the BCH based ACD token will be accepted at thousands of merchants across Japan submitted by MemoryDealers to btc [link] [comments]

Circle CEO and Founder Jeremy Allaire believes Paypal will be the first major e-commerce/payment acceptance company to adopt bitcoin and is keeping an eye on Stripe and Square to launch their beta platforms reaching hundreds of thousands of merchants. 30:05 min. mark

Circle CEO and Founder Jeremy Allaire believes Paypal will be the first major e-commerce/payment acceptance company to adopt bitcoin and is keeping an eye on Stripe and Square to launch their beta platforms reaching hundreds of thousands of merchants. 30:05 min. mark submitted by Hiro_Y3 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Cash is getting adopted faster than any other cryptocurrency. Why? Because people are using it for payments, not only as a store of value. Thats why more merchants are accepting BCH, the whole ecosystem is growing rapidly.

Bitpay supports Bitcoin BTC and Bitcoin Cash BCH. Is there any company like Bitpay who only supports Bitcoin Cash? Since BTC is only a store of value merchants should’t accept BTC. Gold market value is around 7 trillion$ and it is likely that BTC reach that value someday as digital gold. Entire money value is over 90 trillion$ Bitcoin Cash is the future money with a max supply of 21 million coins! Think about it😎
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100,000+ Merchants Start Accepting Bitcoin Cash. More than 100,000 BitPay merchants are now accepting Bitcoin Cash with the option seemingly automatically turned on for all of them.

100,000+ Merchants Start Accepting Bitcoin Cash. More than 100,000 BitPay merchants are now accepting Bitcoin Cash with the option seemingly automatically turned on for all of them. submitted by normal_rc to btc [link] [comments]

Here is a sneak preview of AtomicPay POS for Merchants. Bitcoin Cash accepted here! Releasing on early Q1 2019. We make things simpler for merchants at atomicpay.io

Here is a sneak preview of AtomicPay POS for Merchants. Bitcoin Cash accepted here! Releasing on early Q1 2019. We make things simpler for merchants at atomicpay.io submitted by atomicpay to btc [link] [comments]

Feds Ready to Sell $25M Bitcoin -- The Fascinating 42 Coin -- Bitcoin Tucson! What Is Cryptocurrency? - YouTube Pick n Pay now accepts Bitcoin as a payment method PayCash - YouTube Crypto Currency Payments

Bitcoin Acceptance by Merchants & Retailers Crucial for Mainstream Adoption. Joseph Young @iamjosephyoung. February 7, 2017 7:50 PM UTC. Posted in: Archive. Bitcoin company executives and analysts including Irene Katzela, CEO of Chain of Points, firmly believe retailer and merchant adoption is the key to bitcoin mainstream adoption. Since 2014, the bitcoin industry and market have seen a rapid ... Businesses around the world continue to adopt bitcoin cash and in 2020 merchant acceptance continues to grow.Tallying up all the companies that accept BCH listed on sites like Green Pages, Map ... While not a lot of places accept Bitcoin directly, it’s clear to see that the adoption of Bitcoin as a payment method is increasing with each year. So while we still have a long way to go until companies will accept Bitcoin directly and not through payment processors or Bitcoin debit cards, you can find big brands like Microsoft, AT&T, and Overstock that have already taken a step in the ... The Bitcoin Sentiment Tracker - Merchant Study, prepared for Payments Canada by CorbinPartners, examines the attitudes of merchants towards the use and acceptance of Bitcoin for retail payments. It complements a study published last year by Payments Canada on consumer attitudes towards Bitcoin. Merchants that accept Bitcoin, previously accepted Bitcoin or that do not accept Bitcoin Cash payments are received in seconds, ready for you to save, spend, or convert into your local currency. Accepting Bitcoin Cash payments online. Outdo your online competition by giving your customers a better way to pay. Learn More. Accepting Bitcoin Cash payments in-store. Modernize your brick-and-mortar store by letting your customers pay with crypto. Learn More. Get the latest ...

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Feds Ready to Sell $25M Bitcoin -- The Fascinating 42 Coin -- Bitcoin Tucson!

The number of Bitcoin transactions climbed to over 100,000 per day and there are currently 82,000 merchants accepting Bitcoins, including Microsoft, Dell, Dish Networks, Time and Expedia.com. The ... What is a bitcoin and how ... why financial institutions and corporations have been investing in blockchain technology and expanding their acceptance of bitcoin and cryptocurrency, how you use ... PayCash presents the merchant Bitcoin payment acceptance solution. Widening Acceptance: As the growth in payment methodologies continues, the overall currency value of Bitcoin continues to grow as well. This is a critical aspect of increasing mainstream ... Merchants are expecting simplified means of accepting multiple payment methods, and settlement into their accounts. SmartPesa has added crypto currency acceptance for Bitcoin, Litecoin and Dash ...

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