Black Friday Forever: iPayYou Unveils Bitcoin Payments For Amazon

Black Friday Forever: iPayYou Unveils Bitcoin Payments For Amazon

Bitcoin payment gateway iPayYou has announced its Black Friday-inspired Amazon Direct, an integrated tool allowing users to purchase on Amazon using Bitcoin. 100 mln Amazon products for Bitcoin. iPayYou, which launched in May 2016, has quickly amassed a range of tools which let consumers shop from mainstream merchants without touching fiat currency. “Amazon Direct is revolutionizing the way consumers are able to spend their Bitcoin by granting them access to buy more than 100 million products at the world’s largest store,” Founder and CEO Gene Kavner said in a press release issued on....


Related News

iPayYou is Bringing Bitcoin to Amazon

Is it fair to say that Amazon and bitcoin have had a rocky relationship? While major selling-havens like Overstock.com have been quick to embrace the digital currency’s stamina, the same cannot be said about Amazon. Bitcoin payments have never been advocated or accepted through the online mega-platform, but it looks as though things are changing. Amazon has begun accepting bitcoins “indirectly.” No, customers cannot actually use bitcoin to pay for goods and services yet, but transferring bitcoin to USD is certainly accepted. Amazon Direct now allows consumers to transfer any dollar amount....

iPayYou Launches New Bitcoin Wallet, With Ability to Cancel Transactions

Seattle-based iPayYou has launched a new bitcoin wallet with multiple features, including the ability to cancel transactions. Would this prove to be a hit among users? The new bitcoin wallet launched by iPayYou has been designed keeping in mind the users’ need for simplicity and practicality in a wallet. iPayYou enables users to cancel transaction and send payments via email. iPayYou has 2 levels of verification for deposit/withdrawals. The wallet is web-based and iPayYou has plans to release wallets on the iOS and Android platforms in the coming months. iPayYou is a Seattle-based company....

Bitcoin Bargains Make Black Friday at Amazon Even Bigger

Amazon is jumping the gun this year by already starting their "Black Friday" sales five days early. Although Amazon does not accept bitcoin, using bitcoin for these purchases can drop an additional 10 to 25% off of some of the best prices on the Internet. If there ever was a time and place to spend your bitcoin - this might be it. As Amazon is the biggest on-line retailer, using your bitcoin for purchases might send the message that bitcoin is here to stay. Perhaps proof of this fact may finally drag them kicking and screaming into the future. New bitcoin broker and escrow services allow....

Former Amazon Exec Unveils ‘User-Friendly Bitcoin Wallet’ iPayYou

A new wallet has come to the Bitcoin environment today — called iPayYou (iPayYou.io) — the service says it is the world’s “easiest, safest, and most useful wallet.” It’s currently available via the web only, but Android and iOS applications are scheduled to launch in the next few months. The team believes the new platform will have a few features that....

Online Wallet iPayYou Adds Bitcoins to Amazon Shopping

Online wallet provider iPayYou is adding the option to pay with bitcoin when shopping on Amazon, promising a more “direct” and user-friendly process than similar offerings from competitors such as Gyft or Egifter. Online Wallet iPayYou Adds Bitcoin to Amazon Shopping. For years people have dreamed about Amazon announcing its acceptance of bitcoin as a....