The US-based video game developer introduced a new bitcoin payment option that will allow users in emerging countries to buy games without using their credit cards.
Yesterday’s information about Microsoft no longer accepting payments in bitcoin has been removed for the website and called incorrect.
BitPay partners with Wargaming to enable its gaming platform to accept Bitcoin.
The Bitcoin Investment Trust, which began trading on May 4, is believed to boost the acceptance of digital currency by investors.
Online payment platform NETELLER added bitcoin payment feature to its services via partnership with BitPay.
The e-commerce giant will begin accepting Bitcoin first on Rakuten.com in the US, to be followed by Rakuten.de in Germany and Rakuten.at in Austria.
New Hampshire seeks to become the American Bitcoin capital by introducing a bill requiring to accept bitcoin as payment for taxes and fees.
On 1st April, Bitcoin services provider Coinbase is going to close officially its tip feature advising users to switch over to ChangeTip.
Bitnet has partnered with UATP, a global payment solution owned by several major airlines. Thanks to that partnership about 260 airlines will accept bitcoin.
New possibilities in bitcoin acceptance have arisen with the announcement of a partnership between Bitpay and giant payment processor Adyen.
Hold’em Manager, one of the most popular pieces of software for online poker players, has recently announced that it will now accept bitcoin.
An API-based internet payment system provider Stripe has updated its advice on setting up its service to accept bitcoin. The feature is set to come out of beta in January 2015 with a fee of 0.5% per transaction.