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18 Companies That Accept Cryptocurrencies for Payment in 2018

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Writing about who takes bitcoins and 18 companies that accept cryptocurrencies for payment in 2018 will probably become obsolete in a few years’ time. Such is the power of cryptocurrencies. Where has the world headed we don’t know yet, but digital currencies are slowly taking over, that’s a fact.

Let’s face it, even your grandma has heard of bitcoin, and your old neighbors are discussing investing into it (even though they know it’s only a pipe dream). These are two undeniable facts confirming the upcoming breakthrough in payments. At the moment, we’re still using the old-fashioned coins and notes, but who says cryptocurrencies won’t become the only means of payment one day? After all, we’re encouraged to pay by credit cards on our daily basis, making the money matter seems elusive. How much cash do you carry with you anyway? Don’t you feel “safer” when you have your Visa with you? Or perhaps the right question would be how would you feel, since it’s with you practically all the time.

Companies That Accept Cryptocurrencies for Payment in 2018

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Satoshi Nakamoto, the unknown founder of Bitcoin, probably didn’t have the faintest idea of how powerful cryptocurrencies shall become. At first, it was just Bitcoin, but now there are Ethereum, Litecoin, Dash, Ripple, Monero and many others. Usually, it is bitcoin and Ethereum that are mentioned as fierce opponents. If you’re curious about who accepts Ethereum, TapJets, Finnatravel.com, Snel.com., and so on. Still, Bitcoin remains the most popular cryptocurrency to date and it is identifiable to the term. There have been rumors recently about whether eBay accepts bitcoin since it’s dropping PayPal as one of its main payment options. It should come as no surprise once you see our list of companies open to digital money. Does Amazon accept bitcoin? No, even though this topic is constantly discussed. One of the main reasons why it’s still on hold is that Ethereum payments are faster, and Amazon is known for the enormity of its business transactions. To end all these questions, you can find the answers about who accepts bitcoin in 13 Major Retailers and Services that Accept Bitcoin in 2018.

Let’s talk now how we got to the list of 18 businesses accepting cryptocurrencies in 2018. We checked the lists at ItsBlockchain, NasdaqLifeWire, and CCN. Our list is limited to 18 places, so when we had two similar gift voucher websites, we opted for the bigger one on the market (according to a list of companies accepting their cards which is seen on their websites). The list is long and versatile, and we narrowed it once more on another criterion. If a company had some limitations considering the usage of cryptocurrencies for their services, we ruled them out. For instance, Newegg and Expedia have set boundaries with their services. Expedia only uses Bitcoin for hotel bookings, while flight bookings and car services are still waiting for approval. Perhaps this would be the first time you’ll hear of some of the companies, so we’ll give you a word or two about their business. Here and there you shall see who accepts ethereum as payment and other currencies, but it will be mostly about Bitcoin.

If you still have doubts about this way of payment, you should know Forbes is preparing their first list of the richest in cryptocurrencies. Think about that while reading about 18 companies that accept cryptocurrencies for payment in 2018.

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