Bitcoin Now Accepted at World's Largest Game & Gift Card Retailer

Bitcoin Now Accepted at World's Largest Game & Gift Card Retailer

PC Game Supply, an online retailer specializing in the digital delivery of game and gift card products, now accepts Bitcoin. Customers from around the globe can now acquire the world’s most popular game and gift card products with Bitcoins.

Bitpay is the leading payment service provider (PSP) specializing in the peer-to-peer virtual currency Bitcoin, which provides for instantaneous transactions from anywhere in the world with no risk of fraud or chargebacks.

“The partnership with BitPay and PC Game Supply will provide Bitcoin holders access to the world’s most popular game and gift card products with instant digital delivery.”

Bitcoins are instantaneous and irreversible so there can be no chargebacks without the merchant’s consent.

“The Bitpay payment option is the perfect solution for online merchants,” says Chris Letendre, CEO of PC Game Supply

About PC Game Supply

PC Game Supply provides consumers with a digital platform to conveniently purchase the world’s most popular game and gift card products. With focus on both local and international markets PC Game Supply has been successful in establishing itself as one of the world’s largest independent digital distributions companies.

For more information about PC Game Supply, visit their web site

About BitPay

Using Bitpay enables merchants to easily accept bitcoins for payment just like with Visa, Mastercard, Paypal or cash. Merchants can choose what percentage of revenues are kept in bitcoins or converted to a fiat currency and direct deposited daily into their bank account. Bitpay only charges a flat 0.99% fee to process and convert payments, which is significantly cheaper than most credit cards, and makes it much easier for businesses to accept Bitcoins and properly account for tax purposes.

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