When Bitcoin made its initial appearance in 2008 it was dismissed as a form of fake money, but Bitcoin is now proving to be a valid payment method for both online and offline transactions. It’s also benefiting brick-and-mortar businesses around the world that are seeing an influx of customers paying with cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin.
What makes accepting Bitcoin so attractive to merchants?
Cryptocurrencies are borderless, meaning they can be transferred across the world without transaction fees. This means that if a customer wants to purchase an item that is listed in US dollars, but lives on the other side of the world and only has Bitcoin available to them, their money will go further with no exchange rate conversion fees. Additionally, as Bitcoin is decentralized there are no chargebacks or fraud, meaning that the seller has a guarantee that the money will reach their account.
Why Was CryptoPostage Created?
CryptoPostage was founded for two main reasons: ease-of-use and adoption of cryptocurrencies. The team at CryptoPostage believes that everyone should be able to use cryptocurrency – especially those who want to transact easily and safely online or in their day-to-day lives.
Shipping labels are a pain. You have to go through all of the hassle of printing them out, filling them in with your address and other information, and then physically sticking it on your package. It’s time consuming and annoying. This is where CryptoPostage comes in.
CryptoPostage is an online service that allows you to buy and print postage or shipping labels with 50+ cryptocurrencies. Users can select any of the following carriers: USPS, UPS, FastWay Couriers, FedEx, DHL, Canada Post, and Couriers Please.
Bradley attended Boston University where he received a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Political Science as well as a Master’s degree in Business Administration from Columbia University Graduate School of Business (currently attending). He loves to write about everything business related.