Bitcoin is an easy way to pay online and in stores. Download a Bitcoin wallet to your phone or computer and start to send and receive money worldwide – no restrictions.
Bitcoin is a private, secure and accessible alternative to banking:
Millions of people worldwide are already using Bitcoin to shop online and send money to friends and family. To get started, all you need is a desktop or mobile wallet:
Your wallet gives you a Bitcoin address, with which you can send and receive money, as well as check your balance. Pay with a click of a button – no technical skills required!
There are many ways to get Bitcoin:
Hundreds of online and brick-and-mortar stores already accept Bitcoin. Check AcceptedHere, Cryptwerk and Lightning Network Stores to browse Bitcoin-friendly businesses, from electronics to restaurants, rentals and more.
You can also buy gift cards with Bitcoin from The Bitcoin Company, Bitrefill and CoinCards, which makes it possible to shop at Amazon, Ebay, Uber, McDonalds, Walmart, Apple and more. PayWithMoon and CoinDebit offer anonymous Visa gift cards for Bitcoin.
More businesses are choosing to accept Bitcoin every year, and are growing Bitcoin circular economies.
Whether you have a brick-and-mortar business, online store, are a freelancer or a content creator, it's easy to accept Bitcoin payments.
Bitcoin is peer-to-peer digital cash, meaning your customers pay you directly. There is no third party, unlike Paypal, Visa or banking. Simply give your customers your Bitcoin address (for example, on a tablet in your store or in your Youtube channel's bio) and they can conveniently pay with a click of a button.
While a simple Bitcoin address is enough to receive payments, Blockonomics offers a convenient payment gateway for online stores and BTCPayServer offers an all-in-one solution for online stores, physical points-of-sale and fundraisers.
Bitcoin payments are ideal for both online and brick-and-mortar stores, restaurants, markets, taxis and more.
Got questions or want to discuss Bitcoin? Join one of many Bitcoin-friendly communities, such as:
More resources to get started with Bitcoin: