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1  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Update on my hardware store which accepts Bitcoin on: March 09, 2022, 08:32:24 PM
Hello all. It has been a while since I made a topic regarding my hardware store which has started accepting Bitcoin as a payment in September of 2021. It has now been 6 months and the business is going very well, but sadly not a lot of people decide to pay using Bitcoin. I often get people saying things like: "Isn't Bitcoin a huge scam or something?" or "Couldn't Bitcoin just drop to 1 cent?"...

It's sad to see that people still have those stupid stereotypes about Bitcoin. This honesty sucks because it gives a negative reputation to Bitcoin and my business.

However, I have made sure to inform people who used BTC to make a purchase about the BitcoinTalk Forum and how it is a good place to learn and read on the topic of cryptocurrencies in general.
2  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / What is the best Bitcoin hardware wallet to use as a vault for a company? on: September 10, 2021, 04:44:30 PM
I recently invested a large amount of money in Bitcoin, and added Bitcoin as a payment method for my business. I read that online wallets are not the safest, but that hardware wallets are the safest since they are not connected to the internet.

My question is, what is the best hardware wallet for security and for holding large amounts of Bitcoin? I plan on using it as a vault for my company, I would send the BTC from sales every week and hold for as long as possible.
3  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / My hardware store now accepts Bitcoin! on: September 09, 2021, 11:38:21 PM
I would like to thank the people who replied to my topic where I asked a few questions regarding the implementation of Bitcoin. Putting that aside, I have successfully implemented "Lighting Network" Bitcoin payments in my hardware store. Already 4 different persons have used Bitcoin as a payment today. I have not only implemented Bitcoin payments in my store but I invested 10 000$ in BTC.

I am fascinated by Bitcoin and I will definitely stay active in this amazing forum.
4  Other / Beginners & Help / I want to implement Bitcoin payments in my hardware store. on: September 09, 2021, 05:55:19 PM
I own a hardware store and I feel like Bitcoin payments could help my business stand out from others. I heard about Bitcoin back in 2017 but I saw that more and more countries are starting to accept it as a legal tender so I thought: why not implement this great technology into my business?

I have a few questions though.
First, I heard that Bitcoin transactions are not the fastest, can I find a way to solve this problem?
Is there any way for customers to abuse Bitcoin payments or perform some kind of attack?
Do I need some kind of machine to accept Bitcoin payments?

Tell me if there is anything important I need to know before accepting Bitcoin in my store.

Thanks

Edit: My hardware store now accepts Bitcoin! https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5359186
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