10 Best Bitcoin Point of Sale (PoS) Payment Terminals for Crypto Merchants

Using Bitcoin (BTC) POS terminals is an excellent way for smaller businesses to enter the cryptocurrency space. It is easy to use them, and it is very practical when it comes to bookkeeping. Because of that, we have created a list of

10 Best Bitcoin POS Terminals

1. BitPay

BitPay is one of the most popular POS terminals in the space, especially when it comes to small businesses or charities. Not only is BitPay offering excellent deals for merchants, but it also has a special API that allows it to work with other terminals.

2. BitXATM

This is a terminal that is known for making ATMs for Bitcoin. Recently, they announced plans to branch out and offer POS functions that would spread to all of their ATMs. Customers can use pretty much any traditional currency and exchange it for any supported digital coin.

3. Blockchain Merchant

As the name suggests, Blockchain Merchant aims to provide an easy-to-use app for all merchants willing to work with Bitcoin. They charge no transaction fees, and their payments are instant, which makes for efficient and quick transactions.

4. Coinbase

Coinbase is a well-known cryptocurrency exchange, but it also offers POS terminals for US-based merchants. It is very popular among e-commerce stores, and they provide HTML codes for websites that use WooCommerce, WordPress, and alike.

5. Coinify

Coinify is an excellent choice of a POS terminal regardless of the type of store. It works for physical and online stores alike, and merchants can receive payments in Bitcoin's original format. Apart from that, there is also the possibility of converting payments into fiat currencies, and even of matching crypto and fiat as per the user's desires. The terminal offers an app for both, Android and iOS.

6. CoinKite

Business owners who like to keep things more traditional might be interested in exploring CoinKite, as their POS terminal looks exactly like credit card terminals in regular shops. CoinKite's customers receive their terminal with a debit card for Bitcoin, which is also made by the company. In addition to that, merchants can use it for printing QR codes that they customers can scan and pay for goods and services.

7. Coin of Sale

Coin of Sale is a startup that found a different approach to things. Their customers can receive an Ethereum wallet upon signing up, and their app also creates QR codes. All payments that merchants receive by allowing their customers to scan the code would go straight to their wallet.

8. PayStand

Similarly to Coinbase POS terminal, PayStand is also only available for US business owners. It covers cheques, credit cards, as well as payments made in Bitcoin. In addition, the company charges 0% transaction fees, which makes them very popular.

9. Revel Systems

This is a company that has already managed to make quite a name for itself in the POS market. Their terminals come with a scanner, an iPad, and even a cash register. Accepting Bitcoin payments is a relatively recent inclusion, but it still works perfectly.

10. XBTerminal

Finally, we have XBTerminal, which is the most versatile POS terminal on this list. Once again, customers can scan QR code in order to make a payment, but they are not limited to this method. Other possibilities include Bluetooth or the use of NFC. In addition, merchants can convert BTC into traditional currency as soon as the payment is made, which makes this POS terminal very practical for those who wish to accept crypto, but not hold on to it.

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