Where to spend bitcoin in 2020

Welcome to Coinsspent.com. On this website, we keep an up-to-date list of places where you can actively use bitcoin in 2019. In other words, we track online and real world adoption of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.

We are living in exciting times for crypto users, as the industry is starting to truly mature to the point where being able to spend bitcoin directly is becoming a reality in many websites and even offline stores. Coinsspent is dedicated to keeping you up to date on the developments in this space, letting you know where you can spend bitcoin in 2019.


Using bitcoin at Amazon.com

Even if Amazon doesn’t directly accept bitcoin (yet, but there are rumors of a patent being filled recently), there is a clever workaround. The Moon browser extension adds a lightning payment gateway to the amazon.com checkout page.

In a nutshell, by sending your payment through the lightning network payment gateway added by the extension, Moon then purchases a gift card which pays for your order instantly. Effectively, allowing you to buy anything using bitcoin through amazon.com. We think it’s only a matter of time before Amazon sees the benefit of this themselves, but even know thanks to the clever solution offered by moon, the only difference is an official endorsement by the ecommerce giant – effectively, you can already use bitcoin to buy anything you like on Amazon.


Buy a VPN subscription with bitcoin

VPNs and bitcoin go hand in hand, both solutions for increased freedom and privacy. VPNs can be used to access any geo-restricted website on the web or to enhance your privacy. See which VPN providers accept BTC by clicking here.


The top cryptocurrency exchanges

Finding a good, trustworthy exchange is critical to success in this space. We have written an in-depth guide and reviews on all the 8 most popular bitcoin exchanges.


Bitcoin debit cards

Even though this doesn’t qualify as using bitcoin directly, debit cards are still a viable bridge solution. Read the nuances of this approach on our dedicated bitcoin debit card article here.


Webhosting providers accepting Bitcoin

If you are looking for a hosting provider that accepts cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin as payment, please take a look at our list here.


Notable vendors that accept Bitcoin

Here is a quick list of major vendors where you can already use your crypto at in 2019.

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An increasing amount of stores both online and offline are starting to accept bitcoin as payment


  1. ExpressVPN

ExpressVPN is a leader in the VPN space and the fact that it accepts Bitcoin makes it a big deal. It boasts some of the best security protocols in the industry and has customer service available to its users all the time. Their services are available for Windows, Mac, iOS, Android, and Linux operating systems on smartphones, computers, and tablets.

  1. Microsoft

The tech giant allows people to use Bitcoin to top up their Microsoft account.

  1. Newegg

Newegg accepts Bitcoin as a means of payment via BitPay. People can purchase gadgets sold by Newegg via its online platform using the cryptocurrency.

  1. Dish

People can pay for satellite TV and other services provided by the Internet service provider, Dish Network. The company has been accepting Bitcoin since 2014 and does so via Coinbase.

  1. Gyft

Gyft is a major online gift card platform. You can use Bitcoin to buy and send gift cards for major retailers like Starbucks, Amazon, and iTunes. Gyft is known for accepting BTC without adding extra charges.

  1. Expedia

The popular travel booking agency has been around for more than two decades and has been accepting Bitcoin via Coinbase since 2014. You can pay for travel and hotel bookings using BTC on this platform.

  1. Namecheap

This is one of the largest domain name registrants in the world. You can pay for a domain name, webhosting, and other web services offered by this company using Bitcoin. It started accepting BTC in 2013 following a request from its tech-savvy client-base.

  1. Playboy

Playboy, the popular adult content platform accepts BTC as a form of payment. The Playboy TV allows people to pay for and access adult content using the cryptocurrency.

  1. Roadway moving company

The Roadway Moving Company became the first in its industry to accept Bitcoin. The company accepts BTC to help people move their goods from one place to another.

  1. AT&T

AT&T is the first major U.S. mobile carrier that customers to pay for their services using Bitcoin. Although not directly, AT&T partners with BitPay to enable Bitcoin payment. You can pay for every bill offered by AT&T using Bitcoin.

  1. Hawk Host

This is a popular web hosting platform that accepts Bitcoin as a form of payment for its services. Hawk Host is known for providing semi-dedicated and virtual hosting, shared hosting, and reseller hosting services in several cities across the world. The company offers four of its most popular hosting plans in exchange for Bitcoin. They also accept Bitcoin Cash.

  1. Hostinger

Hostinger is one of the most popular web hosting service providers and has been around since 2004. The Lithuanian-based company accepts BTC for its web hosting services. At the moment, they are known for selling cheap to intermediate hosting services.

  1. Hostwinds

Hostwinds has been operating since 2010 and is one of the most popular web hosting platforms that accept Bitcoin payment from its customers. The company provides reseller hosting, shared hosting, managed Windows/Linux, business hosting, and other similar services. Asides Bitcoin, you can pay using traditional means of payment.

  1. Purse

This is a popular platform that allows people to buy products on Amazon using Bitcoin. Although Amazon doesn’t directly accept Bitcoin, Purse will enable you to pay for products on Amazon using the leading cryptocurrency.

  1. PureVPN

The anonymity of Bitcoin only makes it right that some virtual private networks (VPN) accept Bitcoin. One such VPN is PureVPN, which has been accepting Bitcoin as a payment for its services for a while now.

16. Overstock

This retail company has been accepting Bitcoin since 2014 in partnership with Coinbase. Customers can purchase laptops, televisions, and virtually everything available on the platform using Bitcoin. They also accept a few other cryptos like Ethereum, Litecoin, Dash, Monero, and Bitcoin Cash.



Other useful resources

On this website, we have also written several guides on some common and specific use-cases of cryptocurrency. For example, we have written a guide on how to cash out from bigger cryptocurrency investments, as well as a guide on shorting crypto during bear markets. We have also written some theoretical articles, such as debunking the common counter articles about bitcoin.



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