There are many companies and organizations that accept Bitcoin as payment. Here are a few examples who have adopted Bitcoin as a form of payment:

  • Microsoft: In 2014, the technology giant announced that it would allow customers to pay for various products and services. Including apps, games, and videos on its Windows and Xbox platforms, using Bitcoin. 
  • This online retailer was one of the first major companies to start accepting Bitcoin as payment in early 2014.
  • Expedia: The travel booking website began accepting Bitcoin for hotel bookings in 2014.
  • Tesla: Tesla, a leading electric vehicle manufacturer, made headlines in March 2021 when they announced they would accept Bitcoin as a form of payment for their cars. However, they later decided to take Dogecoin as a form of payment for their merchandise.
  • AT&T: The telecommunications giant began accepting Bitcoin as payment for phone bills in 2019.
  • The Pirate Bay: The notorious torrent site began accepting Bitcoin as a donation in 2013.
  • Shopify: E-commerce platform Shopify began offering merchants the option to accept Bitcoin in 2013.
  • Subway: Some Subway franchise locations in the US and Canada began accepting Bitcoin as payment in 2013.

These are just a few examples, but many other small and large businesses also accept Bitcoin as payment. The adoption of Bitcoin as a form of payment is increasing as more and more businesses are recognizing the benefits of using currencies like Bitcoin.