Companies That Work With Bitcoin

September 25, 2017

Since May 2010 when Bitcoin was first used to purchase pizza (10,000 BTC for $25 worth of pizza!), a lot has changed. Not only has the value of Bitcoin increased immensely but also the number of companies that accept it as a currency. The advantages of paying with Bitcoin are innumerable, but users mostly value the anonymity, speed, and absence of a middleman, which is why this payment method is becoming popular even among customers who do not know very much about cryptocurrencies. Since listing all the companies that accept Bitcoin would take forever, we will focus on the largest and most popular companies that work with Bitcoin.

Companies That Work With Bitcoin

Here’s our list of the most famous companies that accept Bitcoin:

  1. 4Chan.org – imageboard website offering premium services in exchange for Bitcoin
  2. Amazon – electronic commerce company
  3. Badoo – online dating network
  4. BigFishGames.com – offers games for PC, Mac, and mobile devices
  5. Bitcoin.Travel – travel booking website
  6. Bitcoincoffee.com – sells coffee online
  7. Bloomberg.com – online newspaper
  8. Braintree – payments processor
  9. CheapAir.com – booking site offering cheap airline tickets
  10. CVS – pharmacy shop
  11. Dell – computer technology company
  12. Dish Network – direct-broadcast satellite service provider
  13. eGifter – offers gift cards
  14. Etsy Vendors – jewelry, art, and crafts
  15. Euro Pacific – precious metal dealer
  16. Expedia.com – online travel booking agency
  17. ExpressVPN.com – VPN provider
  18. EZTV – offers TV torrents
  19. Fancy.com – ecommerce site
  20. Fight for the Future – organization fighting for Internet freedom
  21. Green Man Gaming – digital game reseller
  22. Grooveshark – music streaming service
  23. Jeffersons Store – clothing store
  24. Lionsgate Films – production studio
  25. Lv.net – offers Internet services in Las Vegas
  26. Mega.co.nz – new venture of the former owner of MegaUpload
  27. Microsoft – technology company accepting Bitcoin for purchases on Windows and Xbox store
  28. Mint.com – financial management service
  29. MIT Coop Store – Massachusetts Institute of Technology student bookstore
  30. MovieTickets.com – movie ticket exchange and retail
  31. Namecheap – domain name registrar
  32. Naughty America – adult entertainment provider
  33. Newegg – online retailer specializing in electronics
  34. OkCupid – online dating site
  35. Overstock.com – online retailer specializing in home goods
  36. PizzaForCoins.com – offers pizza, including Domino’s
  37. PureVPN – VPN provider
  38. RE/MAX London – real estate company
  39. Reddit – discussion website offering premium features in exchange for Bitcoin
  40. Save the Children – charity organization
  41. Sears – online and brick-and-mortar store specializing in clothes, electronics, and household products
  42. Seoclerks.com – offers SEO services
  43. Shopify – ecommerce platform
  44. Square – payment processor
  45. Steam – desktop gaming platform
  46. Stripe – payments company
  47. Subway – fast food restaurant chain
  48. Suntimes.com – online newspaper
  49. Target – retailing company
  50. TechCrunch.com – IT blog
  51. Tesla – car company
  52. The Internet Archive – web documentation company
  53. The Pirate Bay – BitTorrent site accepting donations in Bitcoin
  54. TigerDirect – online retailer specializing in electronics
  55. Victoria’s Secret – women’s lingerie designer, manufacturer, and marketer
  56. Virgin Galactic – commercial spaceline, part of the Virgin Group including Virgin Mobile and Virgin Airline
  57. Whole Foods – organic food store
  58. Wikipedia – free online encyclopedia accepting donations in Bitcoin
  59. WordPress.com – blog and website building platform
  60. Zynga – offers mobile games
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