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June 19, 2017, 01:03:13 PM
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check out the Goods boards, i don't know if you can call it a "business" or a "store" but there are certainly a lot of people there who are making good amount of money from selling all kinds of physical goods for bitcoin.

True. In my country instead of paying through fiat , for example load for mobile data and internet and cables , or some imitation of shoes and clothing, they are accepting BTC as a payment and they are open to accept cryptocurrencies to avoid consume of time on going to money shipment stores. Because of the popularity of Bitcoin, and the reputation of it as an investment. Many people are making their own methods to gain more BTC.

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In my country there are no much stores who accept Bitcoin. Just a few of them, like one hair dresser, bakery and some bars. Direct Bitcoin payments still represent a big problem for merchants and they don't like to accept it. So actualy the on way to,spend them in real stores is with Bitcoin debit card.

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June 19, 2017, 07:12:57 PM
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There is bitrefill which can be used for mobile recharge and also there are some places which accept them directly .

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June 20, 2017, 03:14:45 AM
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Not many but a few offline stores that provide payments using bitcoin it is because bitcoin has not been able to be known to many people in my country and the government also has not been able to formalize its existence.
Even only in certain cities shops that provide payments using bitcoin that many foreign tourists visit only to facilitate foreign tourists to make transactions.

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June 20, 2017, 01:04:49 PM
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Are there any of you who have offline business but accept payment using bitcoin?
Yes there are plenty though they may not advertise it fearing government restrictions. I recently visited Singapore and was surprised the hotel accept Bitcoins, but not officially. The manager made me send the coin to some account, and gave me the bill stating I paid in cash.

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June 20, 2017, 01:16:46 PM
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Offline business is very hard to use bitcoins due to the fact that the course is constantly changing and it is impossible to constantly recalculate the item price. Additionally, the payment is a time, and before receiving payment on their account, few will agree to give up the goods. There are other problems for offline businesses.

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June 20, 2017, 01:32:05 PM
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There are some restaurants in Europe which accept bitcoin as payment.

Yeah but how many people actually pay in BTC? I would say maybe theres one in every 1000 people, maybe less than that. There isnt that many Bitcoiners around the world for BTC acceptance for restaurants to make sense. Besides, cash works better. It's fast and cheap to use.

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June 20, 2017, 01:38:28 PM
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Are there any of you who have offline business but accept payment using bitcoin?

I don't own one but there is at least one that I know of that's about a 5 minute walk from my apartment, in a very highly populated area. It's like a little pawn shop or something, and they have a big Bitcoin sign outside.

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June 20, 2017, 03:07:19 PM
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Are there any of you who have offline business but accept payment using bitcoin?
The offline stores pay by bitcoin, I'm not sure it will happen. When bitcoin builds trust in the virtual world, it is real. And bring many practical benefits.

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June 20, 2017, 05:44:41 PM
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We don't have any offline stores accepting bitcoin in our country, none yet. Hoping it would be possible in the near future though.

I'm not sure how that would work out though. I know they can just adjust the price through fluctuations, but what about the transaction fees and confirmation time?
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June 21, 2017, 06:48:39 AM
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A bunch of the merchants on our ShopCity.com platform accept Bitcoin.

What would be amazing would be for some of the major point of sale systems (ex. Vend or LightSpeed) to integrate crypto / BTC. That could be huge.

Our lawyer accepts payment in Bitcoin. Smiley
That is very true, your pint make sense that Bitcoin has large market value and a lot of merchants are there who are really ready to accept bitcoin as a payment. They knows that bitcoin is a safe and pure payment instead of fiat cash. It would be hoped that soon or late it will make you earn money as a lot of people are using it for online payment and some are using it for trading its also because of the increasing prices. People are hopping for good profit a lot of stores are now working online and they are accepting bitcoin as a payment its really good to see such process and payment through bitcoin is a safe for sure.
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June 21, 2017, 10:39:17 AM
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Are there any of you who have offline business but accept payment using bitcoin?

Not anyone i know of right now that has an actual business. Though me and people i know who are using btc to transactions through bitcoin already likenfor example buying prepaid credits for cellphone and online games. Though i tried.to check online and there are actual businesses already accepting btcs

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June 22, 2017, 06:26:25 PM
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Not many but a few offline stores that provide payments using bitcoin it is because bitcoin has not been able to be known to many people in my country and the government also has not been able to formalize its existence.
Even only in certain cities shops that provide payments using bitcoin that many foreign tourists visit only to facilitate foreign tourists to make transactions.
Yes offline stores also accept payment in bitcoins but in a very little number because bitcoin's life span is a little time in front of fiat but bitcoin is progressing very well and in future might every market will accept payment in bitcoins I think bitcoin will change the payment entire system.

In my country, I have convinced two of local merchants to adopt bitcoin for some limited products. They are happy with that and giving positive reviews as sales significantly increased.

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June 24, 2017, 08:42:27 PM
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check out the Goods boards, i don't know if you can call it a "business" or a "store" but there are certainly a lot of people there who are making good amount of money from selling all kinds of physical goods for bitcoin.

True. In my country instead of paying through fiat , for example load for mobile data and internet and cables , or some imitation of shoes and clothing, they are accepting BTC as a payment and they are open to accept cryptocurrencies to avoid consume of time on going to money shipment stores. Because of the popularity of Bitcoin, and the reputation of it as an investment. Many people are making their own methods to gain more BTC.
Yes its true that these days offline stores don’t accept bitcoin this is the main problem for bitcoin these days because many places in every country has no service of internet but I think this problem will live no longer the world is progressing rapidly and the day is not so far when bitcoin will be used every where any time.
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check out the Goods boards, i don't know if you can call it a "business" or a "store" but there are certainly a lot of people there who are making good amount of money from selling all kinds of physical goods for bitcoin.

True. In my country instead of paying through fiat , for example load for mobile data and internet and cables , or some imitation of shoes and clothing, they are accepting BTC as a payment and they are open to accept cryptocurrencies to avoid consume of time on going to money shipment stores. Because of the popularity of Bitcoin, and the reputation of it as an investment. Many people are making their own methods to gain more BTC.
Yes its true that these days offline stores don’t accept bitcoin this is the main problem for bitcoin these days because many places in every country has no service of internet but I think this problem will live no longer the world is progressing rapidly and the day is not so far when bitcoin will be used every where any time.
That is a disadvantage for bitcoin because we can only use it when there is internet in the area and if there is no internet then it is clear that we can't do transactions in bitcoin unless we have paper wallets to give that has the required value of bitcoin in it. I think the team of bitcoin will work for this kind of problem and in the future we will able to see bitcoin that is working like the fiat.

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June 25, 2017, 03:17:34 AM
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So far offline stores that receive payments with bitcoin still rarely encountered in my country because of its existence that has not been widely known by many people and the government here has not been able to formalize bitcoin as a common means of payment used.

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Are there any of you who have offline business but accept payment using bitcoin?
Here in our country the Starbucks are accepting the bitcoin as mode of payment and most of all are peer to peer transactions of bitcoins are implemented here because most of the stores are not yet know about of the bitcoin so I think the bitcoin now is not yet adopted but it starting to adopt these days.


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July 08, 2018, 11:31:02 PM
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As far as I know, there is a huge department store chain in Japan called Marui which accepts bitcoin. That means that almost in every corner of Japan there is a place where you can buy almost whatever you need for life in bitcoin.

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July 08, 2018, 11:39:21 PM
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In here in my country there is a offline store near our house and they accept bitcoin as payments they sell different things such as school supplies and computer accessories shop and they accept bitcoin payment if you insist to pay with it.

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Such services have prompted many people to know about the BTC and BTC development, I hope that many people will accept this payment, the future of the BTC will be bright and the cipher market will go to the moon. .
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