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The following is a list of online and real world businesses that currently accept Bitcoin. If you are looking for only real world commerce, see here New service providers are very much appreciated as they help establish the currency! Please only list services that are presently available (that is, NOT "available soon") and accepting bitcoins. Note: it still remains up to you to decide whether you trust the service provider or not. Products or services illegal in US or Japan are not fit to be listed here - such links will be removed immediately. Cite error: <ref> tags exist, but no <references/> tag was found

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Login Area Friday, August 5th, 2011 From the desk of Tom Williams, operator of MyBitcoin.com For immediate release. After careful analysis of the intrusion we have concluded that the software that waited for Bitcoin confirmations was far too lenient. An unknown attacker was able to forge Bitcoin deposits via the Shopping Cart Interface (SCI) and withdraw confirmed/older Bitcoins. This led to a slow trickle of theft that went unnoticed for a few days. Trade The following is a list of online and real world businesses that currently accept Bitcoin. If you are looking for only real world commerce, see here New service providers are very much appreciated as they help establish the currency! Please only list services that are presently available (that is, NOT "available soon") and accepting bitcoins. Note: it still remains up to you to decide whether you trust the service provider or not. Products or services illegal in US or Japan are not fit to be listed here - such links will be removed immediately.

Application - Bitcoin Wiki BitPay is an automated payment processing system for the bitcoin currency. It enables online merchants to accept bitcoins, as a form of payment, just as easily they accept payments from credit cards, debit cards, or Paypal. [1] For the similarly-named mobile wallet application, see BitPay for Android. Merchant Tools For merchants that already have a shopping cart, BitPay's Hosted Checkout can allow shoppers to pay for their order using bitcoins. For merchants that only have a catalog of items, BitPay can provide buttons and widgets for merchants to place by their items, which will add them to a shopping cart at BitPay. Transactions Keiser Report — RT Programs Every week Max Keiser looks at all the scandal behind the financial news headlines. Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss Americans as the big globalization losers, though they refuse to admit it because they’ve bought Hot Tips from Losers.... April 26, 2014 11:37 Markets! Finance!

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Bitcoin-Central, first exchange licensed to operate with a bank. This is HUGE Sorry, I got carried away with the other stuff but what I mainly wanted to say was: That's fantastic news - Congratulations and thank you IBAN, automatic conversion and dual debit card sounds spot on. Ideally I'd have my pay go directly in but I'll need to consider the following: I think it costs my employer more to do a BACS transfer with SEPA than into a UK bank - I'd need to find out how much.The automatic conversion sounds great but the GBP orderbook would need to be a lot more lively because unless there is some serious arbing going on I'd hurt badly on the conversion rate!I'd be interested to see too how the costs will work out in withdrawing GBP from an ATM when it's automatically converted from Bitcoin.This could all be simply too prohibitively expensive for some time but the blocks are all in place and frankly I'm likin' it I can understand some thinking this is too good to be true and that somehow it will go tits up but it is always the risk for those pioneering the way.

Bitcoin News Network: Kevin Day Makes Show Of Good Faith In the recent controversy surrounding Mt. Gox and the major security breach they (and the entire Bitcoin community) experienced, the Bitcoin community seems to be in civil dispute about what should happen to the 643 BTC that Kevin Day acquired at a ludicrous rate of 0.0101 USD on Sunday, night of the Bitcoin hackcrash. Community members seem to be trying to burn Kevin at the stake, questioning his actions and morals, some even claiming him to actually be the Mt. Gox perpetrator. In order to clear his name, Kevin Day (Bitcoin Forum Username: toasty) has put the bounty of Bitcoin in escrow at ClearCoin to be donated to the Bitcoin Faucet after thirty days if the whole sticky mess surrounding the scandal at Mt.

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