Businesses all over the globe are embracing Bitcoin as an innovative form of payment, able to attract a whole new group of tech-savvy customers. However, it’s the small and medium companies that really love cryptocurrency, while the big household names remain in the shadow of fiat currencies.
Well, that doesn’t make us stop dreaming, so we created a list of businesses (virtual and physical) that we hope will start accepting Bitcoin some day.
Although we can already buy Steam games with Bitcoins at Steambits.com, the original platform still doesn’t accept cryptocurrency.
2016 update – This actually happened! Steam accepts Bitcoin :)
The electronics online store could make us happy for once and just accept Bitcoin!
2016 update: NewEgg now accepts Bitcoin!
Millions of fans have been asking for months: please, Amazon, start accepting Bitcoins! But this doesn’t look like a real option for now, since the platform has actually launched their own Amazon coins.
5. Sublime Text
This storage provider for your computer and mobile devices should definitely accept Bitcoins.
We would be super glad if eBay could accept cryptocurrency: we are eager to spend our Bitcoins on lots of cool stuff.
PayPal might soon start accepting Bitcoin, but we are still waiting for the company’s final decision.
10. Google Play
Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we could buy our apps with Bitcoin at Google’s online store?
11. App Store
Because where there is one, there’s also the other, we think Apple’s virtual store should also take cryptocurrency as a form of payment.
It would be great if we could start founding our favourite projects at Kickstarter with Bitcoins.
And, finally, what if we could buy our burgers and fries with virtual currency at McDonald’s? Let’s wait and see who’s the first big company to move forward!
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