There are many stores that accept Bitcoin, and in several countries. Bitcoin adoption has been accelerating globally at a gradual but promising pace. This article will break down which stores accept Bitcoin by country.
If your store wants to accept Bitcoin, the first step is to learn how a Bitcoin wallet works. If you don’t want to handle that at all (although its best to learn how things work), you can use a payment processor to accept and convert Bitcoin to your country’s national currency on receipt. You can also use BTCPayServer, which is an open-source, self-hosted Bitcoin payment server to accept BTC payments.
United States Stores That Accept Bitcoin
- Sheetz: A restaurant and convenience store chain founded in Pennsylvania.
- Newegg: An online electronics store that sells computer parts. Newegg is one of the largest retailers that lets you buy computers with Bitcoin.
- Subway: A fast-food restaurant that sells fresh sandwiches. Some Subway branches accept Bitcoin.
- Starbucks: Starbucks is an international coffee shop chain.
- Whole Foods: Whole Foods is a chain of supermarkets that accept Bitcoin.
- Overstock.com: Overstock is an online retailer that sells many different items.
- Etsy: An online marketplace in which some sellers accept the cryptocurrency.
- Shopify-based stores that have chosen to add it as a payment option.
Service providers That Accept Bitcoin
- Namecheap: Domain and web hosting provider.
- Vultr: VPS cloud hosting provider.
- Njalla: Privacy-aware domain and web hosting provider (VPS) that accepts many cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin, Monero, Dash, among others.
- Hostinger: A web hosting and domain provider that accepts Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Litecoin via the payment processor Coinpayments.
- HostWinds: A web hosting provider.
- CheapAir: A Travel agency that accepts Bitcoin.
- Virgin Galatic: A spaceflight company.
- Dallas Mavericks: A professional basketball team that allows customers to buy tickets and merchandise with Bitcoin.
- ProtonMail: An end-to-end encrypted email provider.
- ProtonVPN: A VPN provider.
- Dish Network: A Satellite TV provider.
- AT&T: A telecommunications service provider.
- Mullvad VPN: A VPN service provider.
- NordVPN: A VPN service provider.
- Private Internet Access (PIA): A VPN provider.
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