Alliance Virtual Offices launches Bitcoin payments

Tuesday 17 December 2013 08:32 CET | News

Alliance Virtual Offices, a virtual office e-commerce platform, has launched Bitcoin payments.

Alliance Virtual Offices deals with alternative workspace industry with its focus on people, place and technology. By adding Bitcoin as a payment method for virtual office and meeting room clients around the world, Alliance Virtual Offices increased payment transactions in a multi-currency world.

For example, Alliance Virtual Offices clients who are Dutch nationals living in Hong Kong with virtual offices in New York and virtual offices in London can now rely on Bitcoin for transactions without exchange rate fees. In the same way, so can the Atlanta virtual office user who just wants a more convenient way to pay.

Bitcoin is a peer-to-peer digital currency that functions without a central authority and was first introduced in January 2009. Bitcoins are stored in anonymous ‘electronic wallets’ or code, and can travel from one wallet to another by means of an online peer-to-peer network transaction.

In recent news, Pressat, a UK-based press release distribution service, has started to accept Bitcoin currency as a form of payment.

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Keywords: Alliance Virtual Offices, Bitcoin, e-commerce, online payments
Categories: Payments & Commerce
Countries: World
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Payments & Commerce