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December 02, 2015, 05:58:46 PM
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A few days ago we had our soft launch in Montana, New Mexico, and South Carolina. We are now very excited to announce that California has joined the list of supported states.

We always strive to provide the best service possible while remaining compliant with all federal and state laws. New states are added as BitReady’s capacity improves and as we determine that we are compliant with each state’s laws.

We have many more surprises in store over the coming weeks, so stay tuned!

You can check for updates on our blog.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask.

Patrick Kelly
Co-Founder & CEO

What is BitReady?
BitReady allows you to buy things online with Bitcoin, without ever owning Bitcoin.

How does it work?
At checkout, you select "Pay with Bitcoin" (as you normally would) and send the invoice to BitReady where we charge you the dollar amount. It might be easier to watch the 30-second video. Even better, you can use BitReady One-Click with any BitPay merchant.

Who can use BitReady?
We are only in the U.S. right now (in California, Montana, New Mexico, and South Carolina). We should be expanding to more states (and hopefully more countries) within the next few months.

Why are you doing this?
We think that the best way for Bitcoin to reach mass consumers is to make the entire spending process dead simple. There is no need to buy Bitcoin, manage price volatility or protect your coins from hackers. You can shop as you normally would and still pay in Bitcoin.
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December 03, 2015, 05:07:25 PM

Good luck with your project, but i strongly advice against a US bitcoin based website.
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