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Wikimedia, the company that operates the world’s largest open-source encyclopedia, Wikipedia, accepts donations in Bitcoin. Payment is done through BitPay.
AT&T is the first major U.S. mobile carrier to provide a cryptocurrency payment option to customers through BitPay.
According to local news reports, Burger King outlets in Venezuela announced a partnership with Cryptobuyer to accept cryptocurrencies as a mode of payment. Customers can pay in Bitcoin, Dash, Litecoin, Ethereum, and Tether.
Additionally, the German branch of Burger King has begun accepting Bitcoin on its website and mobile app on September 3, 2019. However, this was more of a marketing gimmick that doesn’t enable you to buy at an actual brick and mortar store.
You can only pay with Bitcoins and Bitcoin Cash by ordering delivery online through the Lieferservice delivery service, which works with restaurants throughout the country.
KFC Canada decided to accept Bitcoin for a limited time in exchange for the “Bitcoin Bucket”. The company processed payment through BitPay and the bucket was to be delivered straight to the customer’s home address.
Overstock, a famous American online retailer that sells big-ticket items at lower prices due to overstocking, partnered with Coinbase in order to allow Bitcoin payments for their online orders.
Several Subway branches accept (or used to accept, the current status is unknown) Bitcoin as payment for their sandwiches.
Amazon owned leading game streaming platform accepts Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash as payment for its services. The company removed this option on March 2019 but then re-enabled it in June.
As of November 2020, the giant pizza franchise Pizza Hut can be now purchased and paid for with Bitcoin in Venezuela. This is following the economic sanctions imposed on the country that drove cryptocurrency acceptance to new heights. While this step is far from being global, it could be an indication of things to come.
The Miami Dolphins intend to give home game attendees the ability to pay with Litecoin and Bitcoin when purchasing tickets for the team’s 50/50 raffle, where half of the proceeds benefit the Miami Dolphins Foundation and its charitable causes.
The Dallas Mavericks now accept Bitcoin as a method of payment for both game tickets and merchandise. BitPay will process all Bitcoin payments through the team’s website.
Richard Branson company that includes Virgin Mobile and Virgin Airlines allows you to pay for space travel with Bitcoins.
Norwegian Air Shuttle (Norwegian), Scandinavia’s largest airline and Europe’s third-largest budget airline, plans to provide a payment solution enabling customers to pay for tickets with cryptocurrency.
One of the leading domain name registrants start accepting Bitcoin back in 2013 since it has been requested by the company’s tech audience.
An American online travel agency, established in 1989 has started accepting Bitcoin through Coinbase and later on changed their payment processor to BTCPayServer.
Buy & send gift cards online for retailers like Amazon, Starbucks, and iTunes. The company accepts Bitcoin as payment without any additional fees.
An online retailer of items including computer hardware and consumer electronics. The company is one of the first to accept Bitcoin payment.
A San Francisco–based nonprofit digital library with the stated mission of “universal access to all knowledge” accepts Bitcoin donations. Its web archive, the Wayback Machine, contains hundreds of billions of web captures.
An online index of digital content of entertainment media and software. The site accepts Bitcoin and cryptocurrency donations since 2013.
A beloved site among crypto users, 4Chan is an imageboard website. Users generally post anonymously, with the most recent posts appearing above the rest.
4chan is split into various boards with their own specific content and guidelines. Registration is not possible. The site accepts Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, and Litecoin as payment for a 4Chan pass.
While Amazon, the biggest online retailer today, doesn’t accept Bitcoin directly you can use Purse.io to shop for anything on the site and pay with Bitcoin. The site connects people who have Bitcoin and want to buy on Amazon with people who want to get Bitcoin in return for fulfilling an order.
Sport Lisboa e Benfica, commonly known as Benfica is an extremely popular sports club based in Lisbon Portugal. The company accepts Bitcoin for game tickets and merchandise.
Aside from the big companies I’ve mentioned in the previous chapter, there are many small and medium businesses (SMBs) that accept Bitcoin as well.
While many companies are very excited to let us know when they start accepting Bitcoin they don’t bother to update if they stop. Therefore this list can be somewhat outdated, so take it with a grain of salt.
No. You can’t pay with Bitcoins on Amazon. However, you can buy stuff on Amazon indirectly with Bitcoin by using Purse.io
Yes. According to the updated terms of service of Microsoft, they still accept Bitcoin, though there is a fine print which is important to read.
No. Starbucks does not accept Bitcoin.
In general, hotels don’t accept Bitcoin. In the past, Expedia has accepted Bitcoin for travel bookings, but that activity ceased sometime around June 2018.
Today it’s possible to buy almost anything with Bitcoin through the use of Bitcoin debit cards. These cards are issued by Visa or Mastercard and can be loaded with funds via Bitcoin.
No, Expedia quietly stopped accepting Bitcoin in 2018.
No. eBay does not allow Bitcoin as a payment method.
While not a lot of places accept Bitcoin directly, it’s clear to see that the adoption of Bitcoin as a payment method is increasing with each year.
So while we still have a long way to go until companies will accept Bitcoin directly and not through payment processors or Bitcoin debit cards, you can find big brands like Microsoft, AT&T, and Overstock that have already taken a step in the right direction.
Do you know of any business that accepts bitcoin as payment and is not listed on this page? Feel free to share it in the comment section below.
From Who Accepts Bitcoins in 2021? List of 20+ Major Companies https://99bitcoins.com/bitcoin/who-accepts/