Half of Small Businesses Not Prepared to Add Bitcoin Payments

Half of Small Businesses Not Prepared to Add Bitcoin Payments

A new report by research and advisory company Software Advice indicates that small-t0-medium size businesses are not prepared to add bitcoin payments to their business model. Nevertheless, a high number of respondents understand how to calculate taxes on bitcoin payments. Also Read: Acromobile And Bitnet Enable Mobile Merchants to Easily Accept Bitcoin Payments. Half of Small Businesses Not Prepared to Add Bitcoin Payments. Recently, bitcoin payment processors such as Coinbase, BitPay, and GoCoin have partnered with companies like PayPal and Shopify to afford hundreds of thousands of....


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