Browsing the "Merchants" Tag

‘Crypto Stripe’ Flexa Raises $14 Million So You Can Buy Coffee With Bitcoin

| Leigh Cuen

Payments startup Flexa is using funds from a private token sale to make shopping with bitcoin at brick-and-mortar stores a reality.

Binance Now Lets Australians Buy Bitcoin With Cash at Over 1,300 Stores

| Yogita Khatri

Binance has unveiled a new platform in Australia that allows users to buy bitcoin with cash from 1,300-plus newsagents.

Fortune 500 Tech Firm Avnet Now Accepts Crypto Payments via BitPay

| Yogita Khatri

Avnet, one of the world's largest distributors of electronic components and services, is now accepting crypto payments through BitPay.

Bitfury Integration to Bring Bitcoin Lightning Payments to More Merchants

| Yogita Khatri

The Bitfury Group has partnered with business payments processor HadePay to bring lightning network-based bitcoin payments to merchants.

Cypherpunk Valentine: Why Shoppers Spend Bitcoin on Lingerie

| Leigh Cuen

Lingerie purchasing as a bitcoin use case is much less far-fetched than you might imagine.

Bitfury Releases Merchant, Developer Tools for Bitcoin’s Lighting Network

| Christine Kim

Blockchain technology firm Bitfury has released a suite tools aimed to drive adoption of bitcoin’s lightning network.

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100 Merchants Can Now Trial Bitcoin’s Lightning Network Risk Free

| Leigh Cuen

CoinGate is making Lightning payments accessible for mainstream merchants and reaping research in return.

Travel Booking Site CheapAir Is Switching Bitcoin Payment Processors

| Wolfie Zhao

CheapAir.com is to switch bitcoin payment processors following a service change by Coinbase, but the new integration poses problems for users.

All About Verge: The $1 Billion Cryptocurrency That’s Pumping On Porn

| Rachel Rose O'Leary

Verge may have burst onto the crypto scene seemingly overnight, spurred by a deal with a top porn site, but its history and controversies run deep.

Microsoft Resumes Bitcoin Payments After Halt Over ‘Instability’

| Sujha Sundararajan

Tech giant Microsoft is once more accepting bitcoin payments after it halted transactions in the cryptocurrency last week.