BIPS enables Bigcommerce's 40,000+ merchants to accept bitcoin

BIPS enables Bigcommerce's 40,000+ merchants to accept bitcoin

Payment platform BIPS has announced support for the ecommerce cart platform Bigcommerce, which is used by over 40,000 merchants across the globe. The new development means businesses can sidestep credit card transaction fees by using the easy, private and cost effective payment solution that is bitcoin. Kris Henriksen, CEO at BIPS, believes that passionate bitcoin enthusiasts will use the Bigcommerce integration to further expand the BTC economy. "Our company mission is to provide a comprehensive carrier-grade technical platform that enables our merchants to receive cryptocurrencies as....

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