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Ultimate Bitcoin Payments Acceptance List: Top Places and Sites Where Can You Spend BTC

Ultimate Guide For the Biggest Websites & Places Accepting Bitcoin (BTC) Payments

For people who have bitcoins and want to use them to pay for goods and services, this can be a somewhat difficult task. This is because bitcoin isn’t widely accepted yet, and places that take them seem to fluctuate every month.

In this article, we’ll show online and offline stores and businesses that accept bitcoin in the US. More importantly, we’ll show you how to buy just about anything using bitcoin.

While many big retailing stores don’t accept bitcoin yet, a few do. Also, there are some other smaller sized stores that take bitcoin as payment. We’ll provide you with a list of those.

Of course, we cannot provide you with a complete list because this article will become too long –who wants that?- so, we’ll get you at least 5-10 per category.

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We’ll also provide you with possible hacks to find even more stores and companies that will accept bitcoin as payment. The hacks will come in handy in the event that some of the stores we list stop accepting bitcoin as payment. Sounds good? Let’s jump right in.

Retailers – Shop With Bitcoin

Overstock

The first major retailer to start accepting bitcoin, Overstock’s CEO, Patrick Byrne is an avid blockchain enthusiast and evangelist. He’s been invited to speak at blockchain conferences, and he’s been doing a pretty great job of it.

This should not come as a surprise, as this company is run by a true blockchain and cryptocurrency evangelist. The CEO has used Overstock to start a few subsidiaries that deal exclusively in blockchain and its many uses. The most prominent being tZero. tZero is a tokenized securities exchange that aims to be the Wall Street of the crypto world.

To pay with bitcoin, just select the items you want on Overstock, and choose the pay with bitcoin option. It’s that simple. They also offer the option of paying with other popular altcoins like Ethereum, Bitcoin cash, Litecoin, Monero and Dash.

Newegg

The electronic retail giant Newegg also accepts bitcoin for payments. Since it’s integrated into their checkout system and payment processors, customers just have to choose the bitpay option as payment during their checkout.

Amazon Through Purse.io

Yaay! You can now buy from Amazon through. Purse details this in its blog post https://blog.purse.io/amazon-bitcoin-7ee05d3b7c79. Here’s a complete breakdown on how it all works and how you can take advantage of it.

Shopify Stores

Shopify is THE name in online shopping. If you are a small business and don't have the necessary capital to fund a secure online store, then Shopify's system is for you. While they might not accept Bitcoin as a payment for their services, they have partnered with Bitpay. Bitpay is a payment processor that allows Shopify store-owners to accept bitcoin on their stores.

The company has stated that thousands of shops hosted on their systems are accepting Bitcoin. The partnership with Bitpay was tremendously popular with Shopify users, which means that you already have potentially thousands of stores that you can buy from using Bitcoin. Now try and imagine that just a few years ago.

Namecheap

This company already has over 10 million domains under its wing. Accepting Bitcoin was a calculated move by the company to add many more domains to its' users' portfolios. They have been accepting Bitcoin since 2013, quite a bit earlier than most serious companies.

However, it's not all about the profit with Namecheap. They are well known as supporters of internet freedom. They are among the largest supporters of the EFF (Electronic Frontier Foundation), along with other popular websites such as Humble Bundle.

Whole Foods

Considered America’s, and also the UK’s healthiest grocery store, this retailer offers healthy food choices, making it the go-to store for those looking to eat healthier and live better.

While you can’t buy from Whole Foods directly, there’s a workaround that’s just as efficient. First, you’ll need to buy a Whole Foods gift card from https://www.gyft.com/bitcoin/, then use that card to buy whatever you need from Whole Foods.

Dell

Dell lets you buy certain PCs using Bitcoin. You can actually save money by using Bitcoin. If you buy high-end Alienware PCs, Dell will cut 10% off your price.

DISH Network

DISH Network was once America’s largest Bitcoin-accepting company. You can still use Bitcoin to pay for satellite TV subscriptions with DISH.

TigerDirect

TigerDirect, like NewEgg, sells PC parts and accepts payments in Bitcoin. You’ll notice there are lots of PC parts sellers who accept Bitcoin because they know Bitcoin miners need the latest and greatest PC hardware.

Chicago Sun-Times

This newspaper accepts Bitcoin to pay for subscriptions. It was the first newspaper in the United States to do so.

San Jose Earthquakes

This soccer team based in San Jose, California, accepts Bitcoin at its Buck Shaw Stadium. You can also use Bitcoin to pay for concessions at certain locations around the stadium.

Sacramento Kings

This NBA team doesn’t just let you pay for tickets with Bitcoin – it also lets you buy beer, jerseys, and hot dogs. BTC is accepted both online and at Sleep Train Arena in Sacramento, California.

Medicover Group Hospital

If you’re ever in need of medical services in Poland, then Medicover Group’s hospitals have you covered. That group’s network of private hospitals accepts Bitcoin for a full range of healthcare services.

WordPress

Is an online company that allows tech-savvy users to create free blogs.

eGifter

This company takes the crown as the king of gift card sales, disrupting the market early to gain a real competitive advantage. Why buy a physical card when a digital one will do just fine. Saves you from making an unnecessary trip.

The beauty of how this company has gone about accepting Bitcoin is that it never issued a press release. They never made a big deal out of it. They simply started allowing payments via Bitcoin and that was that.

Now you can use your Bitcoin to purchase a much wider range of things as they offer gift cards for non-tech, nontravel goods. Are you feeling like ordering a pizza? Get a Domino's gift card. Need groceries or just about anything? The Walmart cards are this way. Are your sneakers getting old and worn out? You can choose from Adidas or Nike shops and just get your shoes from there.

Using gift cards opens up Bitcoin users to a wider variety of good than ever before.

Rakuten

A Japanese electronic commerce and Internet company based in Tokyo.

Reddit

Reddit is an American social news aggregation, web content rating, and discussion website. Users can buy premium features using bitcoins.

Gyft

A digital gift card platform that enables you to buy, send, and manage gift cards. Users can buy gift cards using Bitcoin.

Alza

The largest online retailer from the Czech Republic.

The Internet Archive

A web documentation company.

4chan

4chan is a simple image-based bulletin board where anyone can post comments and share images. Users can buy premium features using bitcoins

Lumfile

A free cloud-based file server that has been accepting bitcoin for premium accounts since at least December 2012.

Etsy Vendors

An e-commerce website focused on handmade or vintage items and craft supplies.

Whole Foods

Whole Foods Market Inc. is an American supermarket chain which exclusively sells products free from hydrogenated fats and artificial colors, flavors, preservatives, and sweeteners.

Foodler

Foodler Inc. is an American online food ordering service that connects consumers with a wide variety of restaurants for immediate delivery.

That’s My Face

Makes unique personalized gifts with the likeness of any friend, co-worker or family member.

PureVPN

A commercial virtual private network service.

Stripe

Stripe is a technology company based in San Francisco, California. Its software allows individuals and businesses to make and receive payments over the Internet.

T-Mobile Poland

T-Mobile Polska S.A. is a Polish mobile phone network operator.

Memory Dealers

Yet another computer hardware shop that accepts Bitcoin.

mspinc.com

Providing customers with respiratory equipment and service since 1989. Browse our full line of respiratory equipment and respiratory therapy supplies.

SFU Bookstore

The Simon Fraser University Bookstore sells clothing and gifts including Canadian, social stationery, greeting cards, general interest books, course materials and a wide range of SFU branded clothing and gifts.

SimplePay

SimplePay was founded in 2012 with the primary focus of helping technology vendors and their customers streamline their payments acceptance and operations.

MIT Coop Store

Established in 1882, the Coop serves as the campus store for the Harvard and MIT communities and is the official bookstore for these storied academic communities.

Braintree

Based in Chicago, Braintree specializes in mobile and web payment systems for e-commerce companies.

Grooveshark

Grooveshark was a web-based music streaming service where users could upload digital audio files, which could then be streamed and organized in playlists.

ExpressVPN.com

ExpressVPN enables users to protect their privacy and security online. They offer apps for Windows, Mac, iOS, Android, Linux, routers, and browsers secure user information and identities with best-in-class encryption and leakproofing.

Lv.net

LV.Net offers a whole range of Internet solutions to businesses, government, travelers and homes including: two SSAE16 audited collocation facilities, licensed microwave, wireless, backup Internet, fiber networks, multi-dwelling units, point-to-point, point-to-multipoint, hosting, convention Internet, cloud computing, web design, SEO etc.

Intuit

Headquartered in Mountain View, California Intuit Inc. is a business and financial software company that develops and sells financial, accounting, and tax preparation software and related services for small businesses, accountants, and individuals.

PSP Mollie

Mollie helps businesses of all sizes to sell and build more efficiently with a solid but easy-to-use payment solution.

Dish Network

Based in Meridian, Colorado Dish Network Corporation is a U.S. television provider.

ipmart.com.my

Maintains a full e-commerce business operation which includes web development, social media marketing, digital marketing, supply chain management and delivery.

Fancy.com

Fancy is the place for you to discover and buy amazing things curated by the global community.

Seoclerks.com

SEOClerks is the planets largest SEO Marketplace offering affordable SEO from thousands of experts.


 

Fashion

Beloved Shirts

An ecommerce store for custom made men, women and kid’s apparel, this store offers a wide range of really nice t-shirts, hoodies, shorts, sweatshirts, joggers, and tracksuit designs in many colors and sizes.

They take bitcoin as a means of payment. You can check out Beloved Shirt's bitcoin payment page on https://www.belovedshirts.com/pages/we-accept-bitcoin-for-beloved-bitcoin-shirts.

6 Dollar Shirts

A tees store, everything here costs no more than $6. They are a pretty forward thinking store, accepting bitcoins as payment for their T-shirts. So, if you need to buy some decent affordable tees, using bitcoin, this is the store to check out. Their wide array of t-shirt designs ensures that you get everything you need here.

Aeropostale and American Eagle

Want to buy clothing from these stores? Well, simply use eGifter.com. Egifter sells gift cards that you can trade in to buy clothing materials from any of the aforementioned stores.

Simply go to https://www.egifter.com/buy-gift-cards-with-bitcoin/, and choose your preferred gift cards, and pay with bitcoin. They offer gift cards from over 250 stores. So, take advantage of this.

Showroomprive.com

Popular in Europe, this online store sells products from a wide range of fashion brands online and over its mobile app.


Travel

Bitcoin Travel

This is a database of travel, accommodation and transport services that use bitcoin. Here, all you have to do is simply do a search for available flights and other extras. Sites that are pulled up are bound to have bitcoin payment as an option. The website is at https://bitcoin.travel

Cheap Air

Available at https://www.cheapair.com, this is an aggregator website for cheap flights tickets, airlines, hotels and accommodation, as well as transport.

With over 3 million users who have benefited from the service, Cheap Air offers travelers the opportunity to pay for their travels using bitcoins.

Just do a search for your flights on the site, select your preferred airline and tariff plan, review your tariff, click Continue and choose “Bitcoin and Altcoins” as your Preferred Payment method. This is what it looks like:

As you can see, there are you can also pay with other cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, and Dash.

Expedia

Expedia is huge. It is considered the largest travel company in the world, and for a good reason. They have sold more hotel rooms over the last 20 years than there are people living in the United States. That's a lot of hotel rooms.

It is another company that started accepting Bitcoin in 2017. In June of that year to be precise. Considering they are the largest website for booking rooms and flights, giving more payment options means getting more customers.

Expedia’s partnership with Coinbase led to the hugely successful integration of bitcoin payments on the travel booking site. While it’s still restricted to just hotel bookings for now, chances are travelers may be able to book their flights, and transportation using bitcoin on Expedia.

Here’s more information on how it works: https://viewfinder.expedia.com/features/expedia-embraces-bitcoin/

AirBaltic

AirBaltic became the first major airline to accept Bitcoin in summer 2014. You can book flights across Europe, although certain countries are excluded, like China, Indonesia, Jordan, Iceland, India, Russia, Taiwan, Vietnam, Japan, Lebanon, and Malaysia. AirBaltic also received a fair bit of criticism when it first accepted Bitcoins because it charged a fee of 5.99 euros for every Bitcoin booking. It doesn’t do that anymore.

AirLituanica

This Lithuanian airline accepts Bitcoins for flight tickets across its service network.

BTCTrip:

BTCTrip sells hotel bookings and flights. It was one of the first travel sites to begin accepting Bitcoin. Just like other Bitcoin-named online retailers, BTCTrip also accepts other virtual currencies like Litecoin and Dogecoin.

Holiday Inn

Before you get excited, only one Holiday Inn accepts Bitcoin. That hotel is located in Brooklyn, New York on Union Street.

One Shot Hotels

This is a Spanish hotel chain that accepts Bitcoin for its two locations in Madrid. More of the chain’s hotels – including hotels in London, Barcelona, and Valencia – may accept Bitcoin in the future.

RentHop

This property listing site doesn’t let you rent homes for Bitcoin, but it does let you advertise on the site and pay in Bitcoin. You can actually save up to 60% if you pay for advertisements in Bitcoin.

Virgin Galactic

British company, owned by Sir Richard Branson – includes Virgin Mobile and Virgin Airline.

WebJet

Webjet Limited is a digital travel business spanning both global consumer markets and wholesale markets.

LOT Polish Airlines

Based in Warsaw and established on 29 December 1928, it is one of the world's oldest airlines still in operation.


Home Furniture, Kitchen Equipment and Appliances

Monoprix

Monoprix is popular in Europe and currently accepts Bitcoin at its online store. It has also announced plans to accept Bitcoin at retail locations in the near future.

Bitcoinshop.us

One of the few retailers specifically catering towards Bitcoin users, Bitcoinshop.us sells everything from watches to air conditioners. You can even pay in other virtual currencies – like Dogecoin and Litecoin.

Famsa

Famsa is a retail company engaged in the purchase and sale of household appliances, electronic products, furniture, clothing and other consumer products in Mexico and United States.

This category is too broad as there are far too many retailers and local stores catering to these needs.

Don’t worry though, you can still find those through an aggregator website. The best we’ve found for US residents is http://spendbitcoins.com. Just visit the site, select your preferred category and you’ll see the list of stores accepting bitcoin for that category.


Movies and Gaming

Big Fish Games

A provide of popular PC, video, mac. Mobile and online games, Big Fish games offers a wide range of games that you can purchase and play.

In keeping with their innovative strategies, they have also jumped on the bitcoin wagon and are now accepting bitcoin payments for their games. All you have to do is go to https://www.bigfishgames.com/blog/how-to-pay-for-games-with-bitcoin/, click the youtube video and follow their instructions to pay for games with bitcoin.

Zynga

An online gaming company, Zynga makes many small sized free games, with a condition: you will often need in-app purchases to progress in their games.

The company used to sell this to users in exchange for cash only. Now, they have integrated bitcoin as a payment option for players looking to buy virtual tokens.

Zynga is the gaming company behind popular games like Farmville, Words with Friends, CSR2, the Wizard of Oz slots, Willy Wonka slots, Hit it Rich Slots, Dawn of Titans, Zynga Poker and many other games.

MicroSoft Games

Anyone who has been following cryptocurrency from an end-user case (and not just for the trading income) will probably know about this. Microsoft has been accepting Bitcoin since 2014 and only stopped for a short while when the transaction fees skyrocketed. Aside from the small period in 2017, they continue to allow their customers to pay for movies, games, and apps via their Windows Store and their Xbox Store.

Microsoft takes bitcoin that you deposit in your account. Please note that these funds can only be used to buy games, videos and apps from the Xbox and Windows Apps stores. Purchasing products from the Microsoft Store requires other means of funding.

Deposits made through bitcoin are non-refundable because of the risk level. Anyway, movie and gaming lovers will find this a pretty convenient way to buy their intended games and rent movies. You can access both links where you can use your bitcoins at https://www.microsoft.com/en-ng/store/games/windows?icid=TopNavWindowsGames and https://www.xbox.com/en-WW/?xr=mebarnav.

Theatre Tickets Direct

Theatre Tickets Direct is a UK-based company that sells tickets for shows in London, including famous West End theatre productions and musicals.

BitcoinCodes

Buy gaming credits for Steam, Spotify, Xbox Live, Playstation Network, and AirVPM using a company called BitcoinCodes.

Green Man Gaming

Green Man Gaming is a British-based online video game retailer.

Lionsgate Films

Lionsgate Films is an American film production and film distribution studio, headquartered in Santa Monica and founded in French Canada, and is the flagship division of Lionsgate Entertainment. It is the largest and most successful mini-major film studio in North America.

MovieTickets.com

Based in Boca Raton, Florida, MovieTickets.com is a leading online movie ticketer serving approximately 30,000 screens in the U.S., Canada, U.K. and Latin America.

Humblebundle.com

Humble Bundle sells games, ebooks, software, and other digital content.


Drinks and Food

Anchor Grill New York

When next you’re in New York City and need to eat at a great place that takes bitcoins, you might want to stop over at Anchor Grill. This restaurant sells modern European cuisine.

So, if you’re in the mood for some fantastic Mediterranean food, fresh seafood, and char-grilled steaks, and only intend to pay with bitcoin, this is the place to go.

Auza’Atar

This Lebanese Middle Eastern restaurant is located in New York’s East Village and boasts of amazing delicacies from the Middle East. More importantly, they take bitcoin, which makes it a great place to eat when you have a desire for some amazing dining and exotic food. If this appeals to you, simply visit http://auzaatar.com to do your booking.

Arrowhead Beef

An organic, grass-fed beef processing outfit, this company focuses on delivering grass-fed, premium cut beef to your doorstep. They offer ground beef, contemporary steaks, premium roasts, premium steaks and special cuts.

More importantly, they accept bitcoin. Just log on to their website at http://arrowheadbeef.com, pick your choice of meats, order and pay with bitcoin. Simple and straightforward.

Bees Bros

This store sells pure honey and its related products including honey caramels, honey roasted almonds, honey beeswax lotion bar, honey soap, honey lip balm and many other honey based products. They accept bitcoin as well as other altcoins.

Some of the products listed on this page http://www.beesbros.com/bitcoin-store.html, have bitcoin checkout badges. So, check them out if you want honey and other bee related products.

Pizza for Coins

When people want to talk about how far bitcoin has come and its present value compared to its value in 2009, they often cite the story about someone buying two pizzas for 10,000 BTC in 2009.

So, it shouldn’t come as a surprise to people that you can still buy pizzas with bitcoin –although bitcoin is a lot more valuable now. It’s almost as if bitcoin is associated with pizza. In keeping with this, there are many pizza shops that will take bitcoin as payment for pizzas.

Because they are so many, it’s difficult to list all of them here. To make this easy, just use http://pizzaforcoins.com/. This site will show you pizza shops near you that will accept bitcoin as payment. The service also accepts over 50 other altcoins.

Honest Brew

Honest Brew lets you buy beer with your favorite virtual currency. It sells beer from its own brewery as well as nearby affiliated breweries.

Subway

American fast food restaurant franchise known for fresh salads and purveys submarine sandwiches.

Pembury Tavern

An English pub offering 22 lines of beer across cask and keg, a selection of wines, spirits and soft drinks, a delicious New York Neapolitan pizza menu and hearty Sunday roasts.

Old Fitzroy

An intimate 2-story Aussie pub and theater venue with exposed-brick walls, comfy sofas and bistro dining.

The Pink Cow

The Pink Cow Restaurant was the first establishment in Japan to bring Bitcoins to Japanese Retail early in 2013! The Pink Cow Akasaka hosted the first Bitcoins Cash meetup in the World in December of 2017 and started accepting BCH payments.


Jewelers

Reeds Jewelers

Who says you need to pay cash or use your cards to pay for your jewelry? Thanks to innovative jewelers like Reeds Jewelers to take bitcoin, you can easily buy your loved one that jewelry you know they’ll go crazy for. So, whether it’s engagement rings, wedding rings, ear rings, necklaces, bracelets or any other form of jewelry, Reeds Jewelers will take your bitcoin and give you your desired jewelry.


Numismatics, Coin Collecting and Precious Metals

Amagi Metals

This is numismatic store that sells gold and silver coins, bars, platinum metals, copper and so much more. It’s not surprising therefore, that they would accept bitcoin as payment. So if you ever need to buy your gold or silver coins, as well as other precious metals and want to pay with bitcoin, visit https://www.amagimetals.com/bitcoin, scroll down and click the “Buy Gold and Silver with Bitcoin” tab. Here’s what it looks like:

Bullion79

This store sells gold and silver coins, gold bars, and platinum coins. And they will sell to you if you buy with bitcoin. In fact, bitcoin is their primary currency for transactions. Just pick any item you want from their website at https://bullion79.com/, click pay, and you’ll see the price in bitcoin.

Apmex

Apmex sells precious metals and accepts bitcoin as a primary means of exchange. They sell everything from gold and silver bars to platinum and palladium.

They are able to accept bitcoin payments through the integration of Bitpay in their website. Just visit the website at https://www.apmex.com/now-accepting-bitcoin, select your intended precious metal and choose the Bitpay option upon checkout.


Non-Profit

Autism Speaks

A non-profit organization dedicated to the autism cause and the improvement of autism spectrum disorder both in the US and globally. You’ll find the site at https://www.autismspeaks.org/news/news-item/advance-autism-awareness-bitcoin. Just go there, scroll to the bottom of the page where you’ll see “Donate here”. Just click the link and it’ll take you to where you can pay with bitcoin.

There are ton more charities that will take bitcoin donations if you ask or check. Here’s a link to almost 50 charities like that:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/18WHk8nMHaLzhF8CHZb3eGDJSzEjcSj4FwmmRRrWyu6A/edit#gid=0

Effective Workaround

There’s an incredibly easy workaround in the names of Egifter.com, Paxful.com and Gyft.com. These online digital gift card platforms offers a wide range of gift cards including those from CVS, Walmart and Zappos, that you can use to buy your items from designated retailers.

A quick visit to https://www.egifter.com/buy-gift-cards-with-bitcoin/ or https://www.gyft.com/buy-gift-cards/?all=1 will show you all the retailers whose gift cards they’re carrying. You can buy all these cards using bitcoin. Just go to https://www.gyft.com/bitcoin/ and follow the steps –same for Egifter.

You can also take advantage of Yelp’s algorithm. Simply go to Yelp and do the following:

Step 1:

You can vary the query by replacing the words “restaurants macaroni”. Those are just placeholders.

Step 2: Click “More Features”

Step 3: Check “Accepts Bitcoin” and then execute your search.

It’s that simple. If you have any services that accept bitcoin around your location, it’ll bring them up.

Wikipedia

While not a corporation, Wikipedia is a major player in the world today. It has changed the way we perceive and consume knowledge in much the same way that Bitcoin and blockchain have changed the way we view currency and trust. So while the organization might not charge money for its invaluable services, it does need it all the same.

Wikipedia knows that proponents of cryptocurrency are more than willing to finance a decentralized knowledge platform and it was no surprise that they offered up their Bitcoin wallet address to accept donations. It might also be the reason why “Donate Bitcoin” is displayed very prominently on their homepage.

Treehouse

Treehouse is an online education platform that accepts Bitcoin for subscriptions. It currently has about 70,000 active students who can learn new languages or programming platforms like Android, CSS, HTML, iOS, and Java.

Save The Children

Established in the United Kingdom in 1919 in order to improve the lives of children through better education, health care, and economic opportunities, as well as providing emergency aid in natural disasters, war, and other conflicts.

Mexico’s Universidad de las Américas Puebla

A Mexican private university located in San Andrés Cholula, near Puebla. The university is known for its programs in Arts and Humanities, Social sciences, Science and Engineering, and Business and Economics.


Adult Industry Players

There are quite a few players in the adult industry that have begun to allow Bitcoin purchases. It would make sense, seeing as Bitcoin is much more private than using your credit card. Another bonus is that your significant other will never see the bill.

PornHub

This website needs no introduction. PornHub is one of the Top 30 websites in the world, so there is little chance of people not knowing about them. However, they are still a porn company, so the hesitance to just hand over credit card info was (and continues to be) very real.

That is why they quickly latched onto cryptocurrency. Initially, they partnered with Verge and only accepted those coins due to a deal struck with the development team. However, they started accepting other coins very quickly. They now accept Litecoin, Bitcoin, and Ethereum.

Playboy

The most venerable adult publication in the world accepts Bitcoin. Yes, it's true. However, there is a caveat. They only accept it to purchase premium features on their Playboy TV platform. It might take some time, but they do plan to roll out the option to other services. They are still waiting to gouge how much demand there is for this type of alternative payment before fully committing.

However, it is warming to see an old school publication take to new technology as they have, even if it is only baby steps.

Badoo

Badoo is dating, friend-making app. They are an advert for how not to accept Bitcoin. They started accepting Bitcoin early on and have never really updated their systems. There are many stories from their community that are frankly nightmarish.

However, they still do offer the option, so there they do belong here. However, be warned if using them as their systems are pretty terrible.

Suicide Girls

Suicide Girls, the online pin-up girl site, accepts payments with Bitcoin.

OKCupid

Looking for love? OKCupid accepts Bitcoin on its matchmaking site and has done so since April 2013. Basic OKCupid subscriptions are free, although you can pay for the upgraded premium subscriptions in Bitcoin.

Badoo

A fast-growing online social dating service focused on making it quick and simple to join a community of singles and meet new people.

Naughty America

A pornographic film studio based in San Diego, California.

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