Overstock.com – No list is complete without Overstock, the company run by crypto-believer Patrick Byrne which owns a Medici Ventures, an important mover and shaker in the blockchain space.
Fancy.com – A feminine-focused site that sells household goods and fashionable merchandise. Everything from couches to high heels.
Microsoft – While not an option at checkout time, those with a Microsoft account wanting to use Bitcoin can go to “Billing and Payment Options” in their account and click “Redeem Bitcoin.” At this point they will be given the opportunity to add up to $100 at a time using BitPay.
Newegg.com is one of the biggest computer parts stores online, and they sell virtually everything related to computers and electronics. If you want to buy a PlayStation 4, a new gaming computer, a good laptop, a sound system, a television, you name it, Newegg will let you do it at checkout – with good old Bitcoin or Bitcoin Cash.
Namecheap.com – Full-service domain registrar with hosting options, all of which you can use Bitcoin to pay for. Similar to Microsoft, you must first “top-up” your account with an amount of Bitcoin of your choosing and then you are free to use your account balance to pay for services.
ExpressVPN – A reliable and reputable VPN service that accepts Bitcoin payments. The author uses this VPN service and can personally attest to its usability.
Both Tutanota and Protonmail privacy-focused e-mail service providers accept Bitcoin as payment for their premium tier products.
Shopify – While you cannot pay your professional fees to Shopify in Bitcoin, any store that uses Shopify can accept Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies with relative ease through the platform, so it’s worthwhile to contact such businesses if you’d like them to let you pay with Bitcoin.
PureVPN – PureVPN is another well-established virtual private networking (VPN) service that currently accepts Bitcoin. They even offer a guide on how to acquire coins with which to pay, which is a sign they are fully on board.
Several other VPNs including Private Internet Access, NordVPN, SurfShark, CyberGhost, and HideMyAss, also accept Bitcoin.
CheapAir.com – One of the oldest companies on the web to accept Bitcoin, and a competitive travel-booking service to boot which allows you to book hotels, flights, and rental cars with Bitcoin. They like Bitcoin so much they never stop talking about it on their blog. Unlike other travel services such as Expedia which have integrated Bitcoin only to remove it months later, CheapAir.com has always accepted it and likely always will.
Bitcoin.Travel has been around quite awhile as well, and they primarily act as a gateway to travel sites that will allow you to check out with Bitcoin. Potentially the easiest way to book a flight with digital cash.
PizzaForCoins.com allows you to order pizza pretty much anywhere, and you don’t have to strictly use Bitcoin. You can use their integrated ShapeShift conversion tool to use dozens of other options like Litecoin, Ethereum, or Monero.
British website ordertakeaways.co.uk allows you to order from dozens of takeout restaurants in the UK using Bitcoin.
Customers in many European countries can buy coffee from CryptoCoffee, a crypto-centric coffee distributor.
Crypto-native Pex Peppers sells hot sauces for various cryptocurrencies.
You can also buy wine from Misconduct Wine Company, though shipping restrictions may apply.
The situation at present is that food is mostly purchased by Bitcoin through gift cards pre-purchased online. While there are a limited number of restaurants in major metros around the world that accept and support Bitcoin, large outfits that exist around the world are a bit slower on the uptake, so we suggest using gift cards when wanting to spend coins on food.