In a recent blog post, we highlighted the role that business-to-business (B2B) bitcoin payments have played in the growth of our transaction volume in the past year. In 2015, B2B payments made up over 10% of our transactions.
In the past few weeks we've begun rolling out several new features to make accepting bitcoin payments even easier, particularly for our most active merchants. With these improvements, we are making some changes to our pricing plans. Starter
At BitPay, we work hard to respond to the needs of our merchants. From the start, we've designed our platform to scale along with our customers. We've heard from our most active Business and Enterprise merchants that they
Users of NetSuite can now accept bitcoin payments and account for bitcoin transactions through our partnership with certified NetSuite integrator BTC4ERP. NetSuite is the worldâ€™s fastest-growing provider of cloud-based business management software. The company serves nearly 24,
We're excited to announce our partnership with Adyen, a global payment company which processed over $25 billion in transactions last year. This partnership will give some of the biggest companies in the world the ability to begin accepting
Today's announcement from Microsoft is a significant step forward for Bitcoin. We are excited to help Microsoft accept bitcoin for digital products. Microsoft customers can now use bitcoin in the Windows Store and in stores that house Xbox
Businesses that use QuickBooks Online can now give their clients the option of paying invoices with bitcoin, thanks to Intuit's integration with our platform. Businesses with a BitPay merchant account can seamlessly accept bitcoin payments through Intuit's PayByCoin