37 Companies That Accept Bitcoin Payments

Digital currencies like Bitcoin reinvented the meaning of digital transactions. Bitcoin was founded as a peer-to-peer electronic cash system that didn't require a middleman to execute transactions. Fast forward 15 years and major companies are beginning to offer Bitcoin as a payment method. Find out which businesses accept Bitcoin in this article, increasing the odds of attaining mass global adoption.

Here's A List of The Biggest Companies That Accept Bitcoin

1. Amazon (via BitPay) – Company Value: $1.37 trillion

Amazon allows you to buy using Bitcoin indirectly through merchant integration using Purse. This app allows customers to purchase a range of goods, such as shoes, electronics, and clothing, from the largest online retailer using Bitcoin. If you shop using the Purse Chrome extension, you are entitled to a 15% discount on Amazon products using Bitcoin or Bitcoin Cash.

Crypto payment processing company Moon also allows lightning-enabled wallets to buy at the online store using a browser extension. Moon also facilitates purchases with other companies, including Target, Domino's, Etsy, Aliexpress, and eBay.

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2. AMC Theatres (via BitPay) – Company Value: $2.41B

The largest movie theater chain in the U.S., AMC Theaters, has been openly pro-crypto, and the CEO announced its mobile app would accept Dogecoin (DOGE), Shibu Inu (SHIB), and other cryptocurrencies in April 2022. The company first started accepting crypto payments back in November 2021, which allowed customers to purchase movie tickets online using Bitcoin (BTC), Ether (ETH), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), and Litecoin (LTC).

AMC theatres accepting BTC

3. AT&T – Company Value: $103.77B

AT&T is the first major U.S. mobile carrier to accept cryptocurrency payment options for customers through BitPay, who also have their own Bitcoin debit card. The customer can pay in Bitcoin, and BitPay verifies the funds and accepts the Bitcoin on behalf of AT&T.

4. Badoo – Company Value: $3B

Dating-focused social networking site Badoo now allows its more than 200 million users to pay for premium features using Bitcoin in more than 20 countries. Bitcoin's advantages over other payment methods, including its low processing fees and ability to limit chargebacks, contributed to accepting Bitcoin payments.

5. Benfica – Company Value: $92.82M

Portuguese soccer giants Benfica have partnered with Utrust, a cryptocurrency payment solution company, and have become the first club in a top-flight European league to accept payments via blockchain. Under the new deal, Benfica fans can now use cryptocurrency to purchase match tickets and merchandise through the official Benfica online store.

6. Burger King – Company Value: $7B

Today, Bitcoin can be used to buy almost anything, and a whopper burger from Burger King is no exception. Fans of the franchise can buy whoppers and other popular meals from the restaurant at any location, even if they do not accept Bitcoin directly.

Burger King accepting BTC

7. Coca Cola (via Centrapay) – Company Value: $270.19B

Coca-Cola, the Asia-Pacific bottling giant, partnered with digital assets platform Centrapay in 2020 to integrate Bitcoin as a payment gateway from its vending machines across Australia and New Zealand.

Coca cola accepting BTC

8. Dish Network – Company Value: $4.15B

DISH has added Bitcoin Cash as an option for customers to pay for monthly subscriptions, as well as pay-per-view movies and events. As a push transaction, a DISH customer sends the exact amount of Bitcoin, or Bitcoin Cash needed to make one-time payments on mydish.com or DISH's Hopper DVR.

9. Etsy – Company Value: $12.29B

Etsy, the DIY and hand-craft e-commerce platform, accepts Bitcoin as a form of payment. Although an integrated system does not allow users to pay with BTC directly, sellers on the platform can select Bitcoin as one of the payment methods.

10. ExpressVPN – Company Value: $936M

ExpressVPN is a leading service provider of Virtual Private Networks (VPN). It secures your connected device and protects your online traffic against snooping, interference, censorship, and hackers. ExpressVPN can act as a proxy, allowing its users to mask or change their location and surf the web anonymously from wherever they want.

11. Flightcentre (via BitPay) – Company Value: $2.43B

Australia's favorite airfare booking and travel business has rapidly expanded to become one of the world's largest travel agencies. One of its largest subsidiaries, Corporate Traveler, has announced it accepts Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash following increasing client demand.

12. GameStop – Company Value: $6.80B

GameStop now accepts crypto for purchases at their stores, with the retailer adopting payments via third-party vendor Flexa.

13. Gyft – Company Value: $100M

Gyft allows users to ditch the plastic and use their mobile device to store, send and redeem gift cards. The app accepts various forms of payment, including by credit or debit card, PayPal, Apple Pay, Google Wallet, and Bitcoin.

14. HomeDepot – Company Value: $335.61B

Home Depot, America's largest hardware store, accepts Bitcoin through the Flexa integration. In addition, the company legitimized Bitcoin in 2019, catering to the growing subsector of crypto millionaires. This means that people profiting from crypto can buy the necessary materials to build a new home using Bitcoin.

15. JM Bullion – Company Value: $19.5M

JM Bullion is a leading online metals retailer allowing its customers to buy gold, silver, and other precious metals with Bitcoin. Those who make purchases using Bitcoin receive a 3% discount. Bitpay facilitates the cryptocurrency payment option.

16. Ledger – Company Value: $1.418B

Unsurprisingly, one of the largest providers of Bitcoin hardware wallets allows its customers to purchase using Bitcoin. Ledger is the creator of the first and only certified hardware wallet that is a top choice among Bitcoin investors.

17. Microsoft – Company Value: $2.49 trillion

Microsoft is one of the few early Bitcoin adopters. In 2104, Microsoft became one of the few companies – including the major ones – to allow users to use BTC as payment. As a result, users could use Bitcoin to purchase games and apps on Microsoft platforms such as Windows Phones or Xbox.

Bitcoin payment was restricted for a period before returning in January 2021. Currently, users can use Bitcoin on the Microsoft Store. However, they are unable to purchase games on the Xbox Live interface. Yet, the company has been open to cryptocurrencies, and we could see Bitcoin being more widely accepted.

Microsoft accept Bitcoin

18. Namecheap – Company Value: $200M

Namecheap is a service provider for registering, hosting, and managing domains. The company accepts Bitcoin payments to purchase domains, web hosting, and SSL certificates for online entrepreneurs and businesses. It decided to accept Bitcoin based on public feedback.

19. NewEgg – Company Value: $536.72M

NewEgg is a leading tech-focused e-retailer with a global reach of more than 80 countries in Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, and the Middle East. Newegg is the latest in consumer electronics, entertainment, smart home, and gaming products. The website is consistently ranked as one of the best online shopping destinations, and the company regularly earns industry-leading customer service ratings.

20. Overstock – Company Value: $1.65B

Overstock is a popular U.S. billion-dollar online retailer selling high-quality merchandise at lower prices due to overstocking products. U.S. and international customers can shop and buy things using Bitcoin at Overstock.com through a partnership with Coinbase.

21. PayPal – Company Value: $84.77B

Digital payment processor PayPal started allowing its users to buy Bitcoin through PayPal in the U.S. and the U.K. in 2021. In addition, PayPal developed a strategy to increase Bitcoin and crypto adoption horizontally across multiple subsidiaries, even allowing Venmo users – PayPal's cash app – to purchase and send Bitcoin between wallets.

PayPal made Bitcoin accessible to its users after enabling the “Checkout With Crypto” for merchants. Thus, over 30 million merchants can now accept cryptocurrency payments directly through PayPal.

22. Playboy – Company Value: $0.14B

Playboy TV announced plans to launch an online payment wallet to support several cryptocurrencies across the company's online media, digital, and casual gaming business.

Playboy accepting bitcoin

23. Rakuten – Company Value: $8.47B

Since 2019, the Japanese technology company has allowed trading in Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, and Ethereum. In order to enable the purchase of goods, Rakuten also offers the payment solution Rakuten Pay.

24. Ralph Lauren (via BitPay) – Company Value: $8.56B

Ralph Lauren accepts cryptocurrency via BitPay. You can pay directly from your crypto wallet like any other payment method.

25. REEDS Jewelers – Company Value: $4.2M

Reeds Jewelers is a U.S. retail jewelry company that allows customers to use Bitcoin to buy fine jewelry and watches, ranging from engagement rings to Pandora charms, in all REEDS Jewelers locations and online.

26. Shopify – Company Value: $86.30B

Shopify is the leading e-commerce website with over 500,000 online stores and growing. Shopify has enabled its users to implement plugins that allow merchants to accept payments in cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin. Coinbase, the most popular cryptocurrency exchange in the US, developed the Coinbase Commerce API, allowing users to connect to Shopify and accept Bitcoin as a payment method. All funds are then added to their personal or business Coinbase account.

27. Starbucks – Company Value: $115.82B

In a move that could pave the way for the widespread legitimization of the cryptocurrency, Starbucks is partnering with iPayYou to provide users of the Starbucks application an easy way to pay with Bitcoin. The Starbucks app lets customers use the iPayYou’s Bitcoin wallet to pay for menu items. The wallet works through automated conversion processes to convert the oft-volatile cryptocurrency into USD in real-time through Bitcoin Direct directly to Starbucks.

Starbucks accepting btc

28. Subway – Company Value: $14.7B

The famous fresh sandwich franchise, Subway, began accepting Bitcoin in 2013. So now, customers can make Bitcoin payments on several Sunway stores. However, as the company is set up as a franchise, not every store has chosen to accept Bitcoin. Nonetheless, Subway uses NOWPayments as the Bitcoin payment processor and accepts other cryptocurrencies as well.

29. TradingView (via BitPay) – Company Value: $298M

TradingView is one of the best software platforms for crypto charting, with abundantly supported trading pairs across multiple markets, advanced technical indicators and drawing tools, and a social network for traders and investors. The website provides various types of traders the tools to share and view trading ideas among each other.

30. Travala.com – Company Value: $23M

Founded in 2017, Travala.com is the world's leading blockchain-based travel booking platform trusted by thousands of customers worldwide. Travala.com allows customers to choose their desired travel product(s), enter their details, and select from various available payment options, including traditional credit and debit cards, BTC, and 90+ other cryptocurrencies.

31. Twitch – Company Value: $19B

Twitch, the popular video streaming platform, started allowing users in 2020 to make streamer donations using cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin. In addition, NOWPayments mediate crypto payments on Twitch. Twitch is the most widely used streaming platform for gamers and other digital activities and is highly popular among the younger population segments. Amazon also owns Twitch, warming up to Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies indirectly.

32. Twitter – Company Value: $41.09B

Twitter launched a new tipping function on the platform, where followers can gift money to their preferred Twitter accounts. Twitter users can tip their favorite accounts using Bitcoin over the Lightning Network. In addition, Twitter partnered with Strike, a company that uses Bitcoin's Lighting Network to facilitate faster and cheaper Bitcoin payment transactions. Users, however, cannot pay their Ad spend on Twitter using Bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies.

TWitter accepting bitcoin

33. USAA Bank – Company Value: $27.4B

Yes, that's right. USSA is one of the only banks in the world that accepts Bitcoin. USSD Bank allows customers to check their account balances and transactions and track their Bitcoin wallet in one place. The first major bank to invest in an exchange through an integration application with Coinbase.

34. Virgin Galactic – Company Value: $1.11B

Virgin Galactic is an American spaceflight company founded by Richard Branson and the Virgin Group. Sir Richard Branson announced in 2021 that his commercial space flight venture, Virgin Galactic, will accept Bitcoin as a payment in exchange for a ride into space.

35. VISA – Company Value: $483.62B

Visa crypto-linked cards can be used at any 80M2 merchant locations worldwide that accept Visa. Purchases can be made using either a payment-enabled mobile device or a physical card.

VISA accepting bitcoin

36. Webjet – Company Value: $2.02B

The Australian travel agency Webjet was the first online travel agency to accept Bitcoin for flight and hotel bookings. Offering a straightforward checkout process to allow customers to make purchases. Webjet has since partnered with Microsoft to create the first blockchain for hotel bookings which will be a world-first.

37. Wholefoods – Company Value: $13.7B

Whole Foods is a popular American company offering fresh and healthy food options. In 2021, Whole Foods allowed Bitcoin investors to enjoy Whole Foods’ products without the need to pay in dollars. The company accepts Bitcoin payments with the help of the SPEDN app.

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