Newegg’s large computer and consumer electronics network will accept Bitcoin for payment in 73 countries.
In a statement
Newegg International President, Anthony Chow, said this move is in line with his goal of encouraging e-commerce innovation.
“Expanding Bitcoin payment options for most of our global networks underlines our commitment to innovate online shopping and meets growing customer interest in this payment option,” said Chou.
Now the American retailer, which has been accepting payments at BTC from buyers in the USA and Canada since 2014, provides an opportunity to pay for cryptocurrency in the vast majority of countries it serves. According to the announcement, the operator for accepting cryptocurrency payments BitPay will carry out all transactions in Bitcoins on the Newegg platform.
More and more companies are starting to accept payments in cryptocurrencies. This month, the large Australian supermarket chain IGA began
accept payments in BTC, ETH, LTC and BNB. In addition, Singapore’s leading restaurant chain has also launched
receiving BTC, ETH and CMB. And in June, the American telecommunications giant AT & T announced that it would take
cryptocurrencies to pay telephone bills via the Internet using the BitPay cryptocurrency operator.