A new trend in the world of Bitcoin and digital currency involves bringing consumer’s attention to using alternative payment methods. One way to tackle that problem is by bringing Bitcoin and digital currency to convenience stores, which are part of our everyday lives. Similar initiatives have taken place in countries such as Mexico, and it looks like Taiwan is next.
Buying Bitcoin in A Convenient Manner
One of the most common arguments in the Bitcoin community is how it is still far from easy to purchase your first Bitcoins. Exchanges are available in nearly every country, but they have to adhere to strict laws and regulations, forcing customers to provide documents to verify their identity. Needless to say, this verification procedure can take anywhere from a few minutes up to a few days, and people don’t like to wait for that.
On top of that, consumers are fairly limited in terms of which payment methods they can use once their verification process has completed. A Bank transfer is the most obvious option, which can take a few days to complete and may cost you a small fee. More convenient payment methods such as credit