Pay with Bitcoin
What is Bitcoin?
A Bitcoin is a digital token — with no physical backing — that can be sent electronically from one user to another, anywhere in the world. A Bitcoin can be divided out to eight decimal places, so you can send someone 0.00000001 Bitcoins. This smallest fraction of a Bitcoin — the penny of the Bitcoin world — is referred to as a Satoshi, after the anonymous creator of Bitcoin.
Unlike traditional payment networks like Visa, the Bitcoin network is not run by a single company or person. The system is run by a decentralized network of computers around the world that keep track of all Bitcoin transactions, similar to the way Wikipedia is maintained by a decentralized network of writers and editors.
How can I pay with bitcoin?
First you need to have a bitcoin wallet and some funds in it. See this article on how to do that.
How do we use bitcoin?
We use the Paybear service to take payments.
Where to Buy Bitcoin
Bitcoin can be purchased quickly and easily using sites like Coinbase, Local Bitcoins, BitBargain and Paxful. Coinbase allows you to link a bank card to your account and swap pounds for bitcoin. Local Bitcoins and Bitbargain allow you to purchase the currency directly from sellers using bank transfer and other methods. Paxful, works in a similar way, matching you up with sellers, but it has a comprehensive list of 300 payment methods that includes Paypal, credit & debit cards, wire transfer and a huge array of giftcards (including Amazon, iTunes, Playstation, etc.).
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