Although the price of bitcoin might be tanking (today it fell below the $200 mark for the first time since October 2013), there is still plenty of momentum building in Bitcoin, as both a technology and a movement.
Another technology that has momentum of its own? WooCommerce, of course.
So to reflect the nexus of these two growing movements, we thought we’d bring you five WooCommerce stores that are offering Bitcoin-related products.
Payments, payments, payments. I could write about them all day. In what’s shaping up to be the next innovation battleground, there’s just so much going on lately.
To that end, Accenture released its 2014 North American Consumer Payments Survey of 4,000 consumers last month. The survey canvassed respondents’ attitudes to different ways of making payments, as well as their expectations of the future.
Bitcoin is mysterious. Is it the cryptocurrency used by criminals? A tool of anarchists? Or is Bitcoin simply a way to buy goods on Overstock.com?
Last week, Bitcoin news resource Coindesk released its Q3 State of Bitcoin Report for 2014, which helps unpack what is really going on with Bitcoin right now.
Whenever you do an international currency transfer—be it an international purchase on your credit card, a purchase of foreign currency, or a transfer of money back to your family in your home country—you can pretty much assume that you’ll lose a fair chunk of cash.
Payments are the lifeblood of eCommerce. It’s no surprise then that there are a hundreds of startups, investors and innovators looking to disrupt payments.
With so many new and existing companies, it can be overwhelming to keep up. That’s why we were excited to find a fantastic slide deck from BI Intelligence on The Future of Payments.