In Russia and fancy a Subway? You can now use bitcoin to pay for it, and get 10% off.
An Iranian e-commerce site selling handmade shoes accepts only bitcoin, attempting to avoid stringent trade restrictions.
Car manufacturer Tomcar Australia claims to be the first automobile vendor to accept bitcoin.
Organic farmers in Argentina are finding bitcoin to be a compelling solution when selling their produce.
Debit cards will soon allow you to pay for goods in fiat currency converted directly from bitcoins.
Beijing bar 2nd Place has become the first in China to accept bitcoin.
A Sydney-based photography service is offering a bargain introductory rate for customers willing to pay in bitcoin.
Bitcoin neon signs have arrived. It just got a lot easier to see who accepts bitcoin.
An antique shop in New Orleans is welcoming the bitcoin community, trading precious vintage goods for the digital currency.
Restaurant electronic solutions maker SoftTouch POS is integrating bitcoin into its flagship point-of-sale payment system.