openPR Logo
Press release

eBooksChoice Is Now Accepting Bitcoin for All Products Purchased on Its E-Commerce Store

06-18-2021 08:43 AM CET | Science & Education

Press release from:

eBooksChoice Is Now Accepting Bitcoin for All Products Purchased on Its E-Commerce Store

eBooksChoice Is Now Accepting Bitcoin for All Products Purchased on Its E-Commerce Store

Today, announced that the company’s online Store is now accepting Bitcoin and other CryptoCurrencies. After extensive testing, Alex Hudson, the Company’s Vice President of Online Sales, reports: “The Company has been working on the integration of Bitcoin and other popular cryptocurrencies into its online Store as an alternative payment method for its popular digital products and now accepts Bitcoin and many other popular cryptocurrencies. The transactions, themselves, are operating smoothly to the satisfaction of those electing to pay by ‘crypto.’ That work is finally completed and tested and we are excited to begin accepting Bitcoin and other popular cryptocurrencies starting today. The Company believes that our ability to accept additional methods of payment will allow us to expand our reach across the U.S. and the world.”

When it comes to accepting credit and debit card payments, a lot of small businesses often find themselves in a position where they have to set a card purchase minimum. This is because of the fees, which can range from two to five percent of the transaction total. On the other hand, one of Bitcoin’s main advantage is the lack of any central intermediary, which dramatically reduces transaction fees.

Over the past several years, cryptocurrency has emerged as the next evolution of currency, thanks to its convenience, cost-effectiveness, and decentralization. Designed as a means of transaction as peer-to-peer electronic cash, it matches the functionality of traditional fiat currency and goes beyond in efficiency, accessibility, and security. Bitcoin, the first cryptocurrency, was launched in 2009, and hundreds of other digital currencies have since followed.

One of the main problems that any money transfer system, including standard bank cards, needs to solve is so-called ‘double-spending.’ Oftentimes, a transaction can be reversed with just a simple phone call. Bitcoin, thanks to its distributed public ledger called the Blockchain, offers protection from such fraudulent schemes. Once the transaction is confirmed, it is recorded in the Blockchain and after that it becomes irreversible and unchangeable. In this respect, accepting Bitcoin is pretty much like accepting cash.

Bitcoin holders are always looking for new ways to spend it. Accepting Bitcoin means giving your customers an extra way to pay, while also providing them with an extra layer of protection for their personal information.

As of today, eBooksChoice accepts the following cryptocurrencies:

- Bitcoin (BTC)

- Bitcoin Cash (BCH)

- Dai (DAI)

- Ethereum (ETH)

- LiteCoin (LTC)

- USD Coin (USDC)
314 E. Dania Beach Blvd.
Dania, Fl. 33004

Press contact: Alex Hudson

eBooksChoice ( is a customer driven website that is dedicated to supplying a wide variety of fiction and non-fiction electronic books. We have over 2,000 titles in over 100 different categories for instant download anytime and anywhere in the world. We provide a fast growing library with great knowledge from business and beyond, right at your fingertips. Stay current in your professional life with our hand-picked selection of business books or simply relax and savor a book beyond business that spurs your curiosity.

This release was published on openPR.

Permanent link to this press release:

Please set a link in the press area of your homepage to this press release on openPR. openPR disclaims liability for any content contained in this release.

You can edit or delete your press release eBooksChoice Is Now Accepting Bitcoin for All Products Purchased on Its E-Commerce Store here

News-ID: 2308055 • Views: 481

More Releases for Bitcoin

What is Bitcoin? Understanding Bitcoin & Blockchain in 10 Minutes.
Bitcoin's open-source code (software), launched in 2009 by an anonymous developer, or group of developers, that are known only by the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto. This ingenious codebase enabled a completely trust-less network between strangers. And both sender and receiver can remain anonymous, if they so desire. Bitcoin is not printed by a government or issued by a central bank or authority. Bitcoin is created by ingenious open-source code (software) installed on
Bitcoin Association launches online education platform Bitcoin SV Academy
Bitcoin Association, the Switzerland-based global industry organisation that works to advance business with the Bitcoin SV blockchain, today announces the official launch of Bitcoin SV Academy – a dedicated online education platform for Bitcoin, offering academia-quality, university-style courses and learning materials. Developed by Bitcoin Association, Bitcoin SV Academy has been created to make learning about Bitcoin – the way creator Satoshi Nakamoto designed it - accessible, accurate and understandable. Courses are - History of NYC Coin, Bitcoin Alternative
New York Coin (NYC) had a very similar beginning to Bitcoin in that the original developer of NewYorkCoin Original GitHub Repository literally disappeared at launch. NYC Coin is the only other cryptocurrency besides Bitcoin that has an unknown developer that disappeared at launch, whose identity remains unknown to date and has never been heard from since launching coin. The original nycoin code is open-source and viewable to the public at
Play Chess with Bitcoin lightning !
Stackpointer Solutions, a privacy oriented software company is now going in to the crypto currency blockchain industry. Bringing together with it's 46 million chess loving users and Bitcoin's fast lightning network to allow users to bet satoshi's against eachothers. Bitcoin lightning is a fast low transaction cost extension of the Bitcoin network allowing very cheap and fast transactions which makes it perfect for Betting! Stackpointer Solutions aims that QuickCoinBet.Com should be the site which opens it's users doors
Bitcoin going down, purchases for Bitcoin - grows
Coin2Shop analysts have published data about the number of buyers who use BTC and ETH to pay for goods in online shops has increased. And if in August the number of users of the company's plug-in did not exceed 400 accounts, and the number of purchases for cryptocurrency was almost half less - 231 transactions from August 10 to September 10, then for the same dates from October to November
Bitcoin Electricity Consumption – Part 2
The debate rages on as bitcoin electricity consumption increases… Earlier this year, we published an article on bitcoin electricity consumption, reporting how Iceland has become one of the top locations for cryptocurrency servers, which now exceed the consumption of private energy users. Now, the criticism amongst ecological circles and the debates around bitcoin electricity consumption have been fuelled by a paper by Alex de Vries of PwC’s Experience Center in Amsterdam. His