Accepting Bitcoin is as easy as pasting one of the pictures below onto your web site... or posting the logo in your storefront window and on your cash registers...
A Bitcoin Address is similar to an email address, but the only thing anyone can send you is Bitcoins.
Follow the instructions on the Use tab to get a new Bitcoin Address for your business.
Give each customer a unique Bitcoin address to send Bitcoin to you, so you will know who sent the Bitcoin payment to you.
The images below can be printed and displayed in the windows, on counters, cash registers, etc. of stores, shops, restaurants, etc. which accept bitcoin.
Super Easy Way
There is a slick automated online tool that lets you paste in your Bitcoin Address, upload a Logo for your business, and presto... automagically... It creates a slick looking page you can print out and laminate, or insert into a plastic page protector, for your cashier to display to anyone wishing to pay using bitcoin.
Simply to go: bitcoinme.com/qr
Next, create a sign with your Bitcoin Address in the form of a QR Code (a square scannable barcode).
Go to http://miniqr.com and where it says, "Enter some information", enter your business' Bitcoin Address preceded with " bitcoin: " like this:
(Of course, replace this Bitcoin Address with your store's Bitcoin Address.)
The resulting image can be printed and posted near your shop's cash register for convenient scanning by Bitcoin smartphone applications.
Be sure to add your business to all of the Directories of Merchants who Accept Bitcoin... See the Shop tab at the top of this page.
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