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Best Places To Spend Bitcoin?

Best Places To Spend Bitcoin?

Since its launch in 2009, Bitcoin has gone on to become the world’s largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization. The popularity of Bitcoin is unmatched. It is no surprise then that companies all over the world accept the flagship cryptocurrency as payment for goods and services. That’s why in this article, we will be going over the best places to spend your Bitcoin and other cryptos. Let’s get into it.

Spending Bitcoin Summary

A staggering statistic collected by HSB in a 2020 survey showed that 36% of small to medium-sized businesses in the US now accept bitcoin, something that would have seemed utterly impossible just a few years ago. With over a quarter of businesses accepting bitcoin as payment, finding products to buy with it is not a difficult task. Worldwide, many popular companies accept bitcoin, such as:

    •    AT&T
    •    Amazon (indirectly)
    •    Microsoft
    •    Home Depot
    •    Twitch
    •    Bitcrypto Market

However, if you’re looking for somewhere that only accepts cryptocurrency, then look no further than our online cryptocurrency marketplace, Bitcrypto Market. From cars and motorbikes to electronics and luxury watches, Bitcrypto Market offers a wide range of goods to buy with your Bitcoin, Ethereum, Tether, Dogecoin, Litecoin, Ripple and Dash. With competitive prices on a wide range of products and secure anonymous purchases, we have everything you would want from a crypto-specialist online store.

Where Are the Best Places to Spend Bitcoin?

AT&T:
Customers can pay for their phone and internet bills through Bitpay. AT&T is the first major US cellular provider to offer this service.

Microsoft:
Bitcoin is an accepted means of payment to top up your Microsoft account. The company previously halted its allowance of bitcoin but has since welcomed it back.

Amazon (indirectly):
As nice as it would be to use bitcoin to buy items from Amazon directly, the largest online retailer does not offer this option. However, Purse.io is a site dedicated to finding a way around that. To start, you can find items on Amazon through the site and then purchase the item with your Bitcoin. 

Wikipedia:
Wikipedia is the largest global, free, and multilingual online encyclopedia. It accepts donations in Bitcoin. Transactions are completed through Bitpay.

4Chan:
4Chan is a well-known website among crypto users. It is an image-based bulletin board where anyone can post comments and share images anonymously. It accepts Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, and Litecoin as payment for a 4Chan pass.


Overstock:
Overstock is a retailer known for offering high-end furniture and other home goods at low prices. The company partnered with Coinbase to allow the fulfillment of orders using Bitcoin payments.

Whole Foods Market:
The Amazon-owned grocery store chain now accepts crypto as payment through the SPEDN App.

Starbucks:
Everyone knows Starbucks, the coffee shop on both corners of every street. Like many more on this list, Starbucks is accepting cryptocurrencies through the SPEDN App.

GameStop:
Also, through the SPEDN App, GameStop, the largest retail gaming and trade-in location, joined hundreds of others in accepting crypto payments.

To avoid the risk of becoming repetitive, the following companies all accept cryptocurrency as payment Via the SPEDN by Flexa App:

    •    Barnes & Noble
    •    Baskin Robbins
    •    Bed Bath & Beyond
    •    Caribou Coffee
    •    Crate & Barrel Express
    •    Jamba Juice
    •    Lowe’s
    •    Nordstrom
    •    Office Depot & OfficeMax
    •    Petco
    •    Regal Cinemas
    •    Ulta Beauty

Cryptos currently supported on SPEDN are Bitcoin (BTC), Ether (ETH), Litecoin (LTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Dogecoin (DOGE), the Gemini dollar (GUSD), and Zcash (ZEC), with many more coins coming soon.