BitPay Announces Integration with Fulfillment by Amazon

BitPay Announces Integration with Fulfillment by Amazon

Bitcoin's largest payment processor, BitPay, has announced that they have added a new feature to their array of merchant services: integration with Fulfillment by Amazon. Fulfillment by Amazon is a service which allows any business with inventory in Amazon's warehouses the ability to sell the products on their own website, and then have Amazon automatically ship them to the buyer's address. The service is available to merchants in the USA, UK, Germany, France, Italy, and Spain, although it can be used to ship worldwide. Services like FBA are rapidly closing the gap between small businesses....


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