The list is becoming vast for places to spend Bitcoin so for the sake of that at the end of this page I will add a huge list of locations that accept Bitcoin as a form of payment.
So, you have tons of Bitcoin, and reluctantly you are deciding to let a bit go but you have no idea where to spend your Satoshi’s. I can tell you for a certainty that this page will show you exactly where to throw your coin at to find something your heart might desire. So, let’s take a look at the first site on my list for spending Bitcoin, and that’s Overstock.com.
On January 9, 2014, Overstock.com became the first major retailer to start accepting Bitcoin as payments for its goods, and this is good news for crypto enthusiasts because the variety of items they have for sale is vast. Whether you are looking for furniture, electronics, household supplies, and even clothes Overstock has you covered. I like to think of it as the Amazon of Bitcoin, at least until Amazon starts accepting Bitcoin of course.
Maybe you’re like me, and technology is more of a bodily sustenance than an everyday household object, and you are constantly buying more technology to improve your overall lifestyle. Bitcoin has got you covered on both Newegg.com, and Dell.com for all of your Tech shopping needs, and with me being a frequent shopper of Newegg products I could not be more delighted. Though I can’t say the same for Dell it is still nice to know that you can turn your Bitcoin into a new laptop if necessary.
So that pretty much covers the want’s portion of your life but what about needs? This is the moment when I love being a techie, and that’s because through the power of the internet I have always been able to find a multitude of work arounds for many of life’s obstacles I come across. It is frustrating to say the least that not many companies are on board with accepting Bitcoin for say something like a Big Mac or a Dairy Queen Chicken strip basket, but I have found a wonderful work around for this scenario, and that is with the purchase of gift cards.
Over at Gyft.com you can pick up an assorted amount of gift cards, and among them is a sea of various restaurants, and fast food options to satisfy your cravings. But beyond that you have the option to turn your Bitcoin into a multitude of other gift cards, and among them is Amazon! I find this to be very confusing considering that Amazon has not opened its doors yet to cryptocurrencies but at the end of the day I am not going to complain in the least bit.
So hopefully this list has helped to shed some light on the potential for where your coin can actually go once you have it at hand but there’s still an endless number of places you can spend at, and here is all of your options in one convenient location below: