Merchants love it because processing fees are near zero and there’s no chance of fraudulent payment or counterfeiting. It isn’t owned or controlled by any government, company, or corporation, and it exists only online. It offers user privacy and ease of use for online or person to person transactions.
To start accepting Bitcoin, you’ll need to create an account with a company that allows you to convertyour Bitcoin back into dollars. While there are many options, we suggest starting with Coinbase.
It has an easy-to-use interface and merchant widgets that make accepting Bitcoin a breeze.
Coinbase allows you to connect a bank account so you can easily sell Bitcoin and transfer the dollars to your bank.
Who’s Using Bitcoin?
Here are a few places to meet other Bitcoiners locally and also ways to connect online.