Purse.io Announces Black Friday Deals - Save 20% On Amazon By Paying in Bitcoin.

Purse.io Announces Black Friday Deals - Save 20% On Amazon By Paying in Bitcoin.

What we do at Purse is enable our customers to use Bitcoin on the world's largest online merchant, Amazon. You can spend your BTC for any item on Amazon and receive 20% off. You can also use Purse to purchase BTC with a Credit Card or Amazon Gift Cards, Win, Win, Win. There are many new and exciting things that are happening at Purse. We have heard over and over about how the Bitcoin ecosystem needs more design and better UI. Well, we listened and we will be rolling out a new wonderfully designed website just in time for the holidays. This site integrates a simple buy / sell process with....


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Bitcoin is the opposite of PayPal, in the sense that it actually succeeded in creating a currency. However, its payment system is lacking, and it is often used to make illegal transactions, such as to buy heroin. Until Bitcoin is used to make more legal transactions, I am a bit skeptical.

Peter Thiel, Co-Founder of Paypal