Bitcoin is the, without doubt, the biggest cryptocurrency. Many major companies around the world are now accepting bitcoin payment for online goods and services (in Denver, you can even use Bitcoin to pay for your parking!) An aggressive campaign led by Coinbase (where $1 million worth of transactions were processed for free) prompted large companies to start accepting bitcoin by using third-party services like Bitpay & Cryptopay. As the trend has been started it appears to be growing, so who accepts Bitcoin? There are some surprising companies and we’ve listed them below.
Do you want to be able to impress your friends and family with how much you know about Bitcoin? And, no, I am not talking about the general facts, like how Bitcoin has seesawed from one extreme to the next.
By now, most people are somewhat aware of Bitcoin, what it is and all that the cryptocurrency has to offer. However, there is one aspect of Bitcoin that remains a little fuzzy and that is the actual history of Bitcoin. To try and clarify this confusion we have compiled what we do know about its ambiguous history – it’s worth brushing up on it, considering the virtual currency has taken the world by storm, and people are constantly debating about where the future of bitcoin is heading. By knowing a little bit about the history of the coin, you will be able to join in on these conversations and add in your own two cents.