Bitcoin startup bitFlyer has inked a new merchant deal with a major Japanese electronics provider.
BitPay has partnered with payments giant Ingenico to allow brick and mortar stores to take bitcoin payments via a traditional point-of-sale terminal.
Pinn placed first at a recent demo day for a solution that enables bitcoin and fiat payments without the user every touching their cell phone.
Bitcoin Box is a prototype bitcoin payment terminal that relies on NFC and Bluetooth to enable offline payments.
Bitso launched an ecommerce API and POS system today, positioning itself as a more wide-ranging provider of bitcoin services in the Mexican market.
By combining hacked cellphones and 3D-printed casings, a German startup has developed a working bitcoin point-of-sale terminal called PEY.
SumUp has integrated bitcoin with its mobile point-of-sale solution and will charge no fees through 2015.
SnapCard hopes to turn San Francisco into a bitcoin hub by helping 500 local merchants accept the cryptocurrency.