Adding Bitcoin to Stripe

tamzy

New Member
Hi there,

I am using Stripe as my credit card processor. I know that you can add Bitcoin as a payment option for customers when you are using Stripe. How do I add this to my checkout form?
 

tamzy

New Member
Any updates on this? I think a lot of people would like to be able to use Bitcoin with Stripe or even use something like BitPay.
 

Renee Hall

Member
I am using Stripe on my new site, also. I would like to accept Bitcoin and Apple Pay to accommodate non-U.S. customers. The documentation on Stripe's website shows the addition of a single line of code to accept Bitcoin.

Victoria, can the developers push this to the top of the to-do list, because it doesn't seem to be a labor-intensive effort to add and test the code?

Thank you.

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Victoria Kudryashova

Administrator
Staff member
I am using Stripe on my new site, also. I would like to accept Bitcoin and Apple Pay to accommodate non-U.S. customers. The documentation on Stripe's website shows the addition of a single line of code to accept Bitcoin.

Victoria, can the developers push this to the top of the to-do list, because it doesn't seem to be a labor-intensive effort to add and test the code?

Thank you.

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We will do this
 

Bedivir

New Member
I am using Stripe on my new site, also. I would like to accept Bitcoin and Apple Pay to accommodate non-U.S. customers. The documentation on Stripe's website shows the addition of a single line of code to accept Bitcoin.

Victoria, can the developers push this to the top of the to-do list, because it doesn't seem to be a labor-intensive effort to add and test the code?

Thank you.

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I just started using it, so I don't quite know much about it yet. Thanks for the code!
 

abragred

New Member
Bitcoin is amazing! This currency has really changed the whole perception when we are talking about money. 10 years ago, this had seemed something out of movie theatres, but now everyone knows about cryptocurrencies. There are even casinos like https://lambo2btc.com where you are able to play with bitcoin. I must admit that I have invested some money into this and I am not regretting this decision. I have not made millions, but I've made enough in order to afford a nice car. For me, that's what matters. I am happy with what I've won.
 
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tedbuteda

New Member
Many people have noticed that Bitcoin resembles the Internet in the early 90s we have not yet built the Google that will make it accessible or the Facebook and Netflix that will make it generally useful. So it's an open question: what might a Bitcoin that is useful for the mainstream look like? The same goes for many casinos, I think they just want to steal your money, but after I went to https://www.name-pics.com/ and saw that there is talk about legal casinos that don't steal, I tried to play and I even made a small amount of money.
 
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