Back in September 2017, we launched support for Bitcoin Cash payments in our BitPay and Copay wallets. Back then, Bitcoin Cash addresses and Bitcoin addresses used the same format, so it was easy to confuse one kind for
Earlier this week our CEO Stephen Pair shared a deeper look at the costs of bitcoin payment errors and why we implemented the Bitcoin Payment Protocol to eliminate them. Prior to our Payment Protocol requirement on BitPay invoices,
Some users of BitPay’s service have been inconvenienced by our requirement to use Payment Protocol (also known as BIP-70*). Because we require Payment Protocol payments, some users have had to switch to one of the compatible wallets
Want to shop for your favorite items or pay everyday expenses with Bitcoin? If you've been using bitcoin for a while, you know that it's not always easy. Most brick and mortar businesses and even some online businesses
We sent a modified version of this statement to all affected BitPay cardholders earlier today. We continue to communicate with cardholders as the situation develops. UPDATE, 9 Jan: Cardholders can now request refunds for balances from Wave Crest.
Yesterday we shared an emergency update about Bitcoin network conditions and BitPay invoice amounts. We temporarily raised the minimum BitPay invoice amount to $100 to respond to current bitcoin network conditions. We continue to monitor bitcoin network conditions,
UPDATE, 12/23/17: We continue to monitor bitcoin network conditions, but we have re-enabled BitPay merchant invoices and BitPay card bitcoin-to-dollar loads for $5 or above. BitPay Card orders are also once again available. Learn more. The