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BitPay Merchants Can Now Receive Multi-Cryptocurrency Settlements
In 2018, we added support for four additional cryptocurrency settlement options for BitPay merchants. In addition to Bitcoin (BTC), BitPay merchants can receive settlements in Bitcoin Cash (BCH) and three stablecoins (GUSD, USDC, and PAX). Now we're happy to share a new improvement: merchants can receive their BitPay settlements in up to five of these cryptocurrencies at once, in addition to their supported local currency. Here's a glimpse of the new settlements page merchants can see when they log into their BitPay accounts: Want to start receiving multi-cryptocurrency settlements for your BitPay payments View our guide to getting started.

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Accept bitcoin from clients via email Secure and use crypto on the go Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash are secure currencies for the internet. You can pay without handing out sensitive financial information, and you don't need an account. Watch our guide below to learn how to get started with blockchain payments to BitPay merchants. First you'll need a Bitcoin or Bitcoin Cash wallet an app that lets you receive, hold, and spend Bitcoin or Bitcoin Cash. You can use any of these popular Payment Protocol compatible wallets to make secure, successful payments to BitPay merchants. We recommend the open source BitPay bitcoin wallet app. It's a great option for paying BitPay invoices because it dynamically calculates sufficient miner fees. It's also secure and easy to use.

Student creates solution to decode Bitpay Invoices
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Limited Time: Get the BitPay Card for Just $1
One day we believe that Bitcoin and cryptocurrency will be the backbone of payments everywhere. But for now Many merchants don't accept our favorite form of payment yet. We know how frustrating it can be to hear "We don't accept Bitcoin here." Tens of thousands of Bitcoin users across the US have already chosen the BitPay Card as a way to make the purchases they can't use Bitcoin for (yet). The card also makes cash withdrawals easy at Visa®-compatible ATMs*. So if you live on Bitcoin (or want to) but still need to do your holiday shopping, we've got you covered. And you can tell your friends and family you shopped for them using the first US-wide prepaid card made for Bitcoiners.

What needs more attention: BitPay's Debit Card which you can add to your phone for NFC payments
Accept bitcoin from clients via email Secure and use crypto on the go Load dollars onto your BitPay Card using your bitcoin wallet. Funds are ready to spend in minutes. You can use your BitPay Card for online shopping and at any brick and mortar retailer that accepts Visa® debit cards. You can also withdraw cash at any Visa®-compatible ATM. Monitor and add to your card balance with one swipe in the BitPay wallet. Get detailed information for all transaction activity and reload dollars using bitcoin. Order your card and pay the order fee. Once your ID has been verified, we'll ship your card to your home address.

BitPay comments on the Andreas Antonopoulos BIP70/Payment Protocol video
If you don't know who Andreas Antonopoulos is, let me give you a quick introduction. Since 2012, he's been a full-time advocate for cryptocurrency. He speaks at conferences, writes books and articles about cryptocurrency. His works include content aimed at developers like Mastering Bitcoin and introductory resources like The Internet of Money. He also has a YouTube channel with hundreds of videos and millions of views. Last week, he posted a video called Bitcoin Q&A: BitPay and BIP-70 controversy: As most familiar with his work would expect, Andreas explained the issues clearly and examined the controversy in a fair and balanced way. He explained the security tradeoffs between BIP-21 and BIP-70 (or Payment Protocol). He provided excellent insight and ( even we'll admit) a valid critique of our decision to enforce BIP-70.

Buy Gift Cards for Uber, Uber Eats, Hotels
BitPay is always working to improve everyday payments with cryptocurrency. Since we launched Amazon.com and Mercado Livre gift card purchases in the BitPay app, they've become quite popular with our users. Our app empowers people to use their cryptocurrency to shop with businesses that don't accept Bitcoin (yet!). Now we're excited to announce five more ways for you to use your crypto to get digital gift cards for your favorite shops without ever leaving our app. Don't feel like driving Uber to where you need to go. Just want to stay home, binge Netflix, and eat a Big Mac from McDonalds (no judgement! That example came from experience!) Uber Eats has you covered. If you're feeling more adventurous, catch a flight with the Delta gift cards from the app. Worried about where to stay once you land Book a hotel with Hotels.com. Want to buy apps, games, music, books, or movies for your journey You can load funds for Google Play.

BitPay has reactivated Bitcoin Cash payment processing
**UPDATE, 11/27/18**:After a pause in service for the November 15th Bitcoin Cash hard fork, Bitcoin Cash is now available again as a BitPay payment option for merchants. BitPay's software continues to use the Bitcoin ABC software implementation of Bitcoin Cash. Customers can again choose to pay in Bitcoin Cash at checkout, and merchants will be able to receive settlements and issue refunds in Bitcoin Cash also. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- You've probably heard that the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) network is on track to experience a planned protocol change via a hard fork on November 15, 2018. Here's what you need to know about how this hard fork will affect your BitPay payments:

Bitpay Statement on NPM Package Vulnerability
We have learned from a Copay GitHub issue report that a third-party NodeJS package used by the Copay and BitPay apps had been modified to load malicious code which could be used to capture users' private keys. Currently we have only confirmed that the malicious code was deployed on versions 5.0.2 through 5.1.0 of our Copay and BitPay apps. However, the BitPay app was not vulnerable to the malicious code. We are still investigating whether this code vulnerability was ever exploited against Copay users. Our team is continuing to investigate this issue and the extent of the vulnerability. In the meantime, if you are using any Copay version from 5.0.2 to 5.1.0, you should not run or open the app. A security update version (5.2.0) has been released and will be available for all Copay and BitPay wallet users in the app stores momentarily.

Bitpay finally dropped BCH support (for 1 day, but still) - BCH was killed with its own weapon - hard fork
Get answers to your basic questions about Bitcoin technology and BitPay's services. Get answers to your questions about ordering and using the BitPay Prepaid Visa Debit Card. Get answers to your questions about how to pay BitPay invoices and how to avoid common payment errors. Get answers to your questions about setting up and using the BitPay bitcoin wallet app. Get answers to your questions about accepting bitcoin payments via your BitPay merchant account.

Bitcoin Cash hard fork - BitPay will support ABC only (PRO ABC!!)
**UPDATE, 11/27/18**: As of 11/19/18, in order to restore service to our wallet users who need it, we restarted our wallet servers. The BitPay wallet continues to use the BitcoinABC software implementation of Bitcoin Cash. We do not currently have plans to make new tokens from the split available in the BitPay wallet. Please be aware that any Bitcoin Cash transactions sent may send funds on the ABC and SV chains which resulted from the fork. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- You've probably heard that the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) network is on track to experience a planned protocol change via a hard fork on November 15, 2018. Here's what you need to know about how this hard fork will affect your BitPay wallet:

Might be old news - but you can donate to Wikipedia using BTC or BCH (via bitpay)
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