Top 5 Companies That Accept Bitcoin As Payment Method
Top 5 Companies That Accept Bitcoin as Payment Method!
Since it’s release in 2009, Bitcoin has managed to gain a lot of popularity worldwide and even if 2015 is not a good year for it’s growth comparing with 2014, some big companies started accepting Bitcoin as a payment method. There are a lot of risks accepting payments in Bitcoins because it’s volatility, but big companies may not be scared of since there are many advantages also. First, accepting Bitcoin means that you can do business with anyone without any kind of restrictions than this decision could be an inspired one for short and long term business. Being an adopter of an intriguing and expanding new technology can have unexpected results in the long run of a business if there is vision.
It may be possible that some of our readers already know this but we decided to make a top 5 companies worldwide which accept Bitcoin as a payment method.
WordPress adopted Bitcoin in late 2012 because other payment methods were not accessible from some countries, even Paypal, so adopting Bitcoin as payment method, solved these problems, and now anyone, no matter where they are, can buy WordPress services fast and safe without any kind of bank system.
Dell may be the biggest company that accepts Bitcoin payments, which is a great achievement since there weren’t so many big companies following this trend. Now, you can buy laptops, tablets, PC’s, phones, and other electronic devices using your Bitcoin Wallet. Kudos to Dell!
Namecheap is one of the greatest websites for purchasing domains, hosting and other web services, and the long battle with their competitor, Godaddy, may have just been won by Namecheap, off course, if Godaddy doesn’t adopt Bitcoin anytime soon.
Maybe not such a big company for some of our readers, but if you use Facebook, then chances are you heard of Zynga, and you played their games. Great business view from Zynga, as most of the regular people using Bitcoin, have a Facebook account and may be tempted to use their Bitcoins to purchase games or credits for Zynga games.
What is supposed to be the second largest search engine, Bing, accepts Bitcoin payments, a true fact that had a great impact over BING because a lot of Google users have changed their perspectives over their favorite search engine, seeing that BING accepts Bitcoin. It remains to be seen for how long this exodus will last, maybe just until Google will accept Bitcoin as well if they do really care about Bing’s strategy and the people following Bing. But as we know Google, this may not happen any time soon so Bing could take advantage of this situation and win some more clients in the following months.
There are other companies that accept Bitcoins such as Reddit, Fiver, Fancy, and even Subway, but in some cases, this feature is not world-wide supported. We will come back with a more detailed article about the coverage of Bitcoin payments all over the world.