Brick and mortar outlets can also accept Bitcoin. Services like Coinbase, CoinKite, and BitPay offer applications and hardware for the convenience of the store owner. Most of these businesses offer invoice and accounting for their services. However, third-party services are not required by physical merchants to accept the currency. Individual users can also accept Bitcoin directly and handle the transactions and be accounting themselves. Bitcoins can be sold in various fashions. The currency can be sold online to an exchange or live in person locally. These same instances work similarly to the buying process. You can sell your Bitcoin to the exchange at the current price it’s being sold for. More anonymously you can sell in person or use a localized 2-way ATM. ATMs can be found all over the world and these machines are mostly used for purchasing. 2-way ATMs can allow you to sell the currency. Most ATMs however only allow you to buy Bitcoin. There are also teller machines that require identification as well. Click here to go to see a list of verified exchanges.
Bitcoin payments are easy to make with a wallet application and addresses. You can use a standard desktop or smartphone to transact with an individual, merchant, and exchange. Addresses can be used in number form, in a QR code and contactless technology. Transacting with Bitcoin offers lower fees than any known remittance provider and credit card service. No bank, no state, no third party can offer this low amount of fees.