Bitcoin Black Friday Website Now Offers Online Deals Of Over 400 Retailers

Posted: Nov 29 2013, 2:21am CST | by , Updated: Nov 29 2013, 4:02am CST, in News | Black Friday


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Bitcoin Black Friday Website Now Offers Hundreds of Deals for Online Shoppers

Over 400 retailers are busy offering online deals on the new Bitcoin Black Friday website. But these online deals are only valid for Bitcoin users. These retailers are making offers that the public just can’t refuse.

A brand new website has just materialized in the folds of cyberspace. Bitcoin Black Friday is the place where you may spend your hard-earned digital currency in the upcoming holidays. Today, retail agents will be promoting special Black Friday deals exclusively for those who deal in Bitcoin. 

Bitcoin Black Friday website states on its home page, "On November 29, Bitcoin takes holiday shopping by storm, with the best deals for Bitcoin users, and easy ways to buy all your presents and give to charity with the new, world-changing digital cash!"

It must be admitted that a large number of the offers are just plain weird. Garlic-flavored ice cream or plots for sale on the moon seem like choices that are too far out. One shouldn’t even take them into consideration. There are more reasonable alternatives. They are a little high tech though. 

Adafruit offers a 10% discount on each of its products including Raspberry Pi. Reddit Gold is for sale too. A lot of software equipment, electronic goods and domain names not to mention hosting schemes are available on the platform. Take the mobile app card Gyft. It is a deal par excellence. By lending buyers four percentage points each time they purchase gift cards, it does them a huge favor. These gift cards can be bought from retailers such as Target, Gamestop, Gap, Zappos, Nike, Old Navy and many more points of sale. 

Bitcoin status among the mainstream population is not that high though. Famous names like Google, Amazon and eBay are not going to take it on board as an accepted form of payment. However, the Bitcoin Black Friday website does have its own supporters who are really into digital currency. The only problem is Bitcoin is a subversive phenomenon. Nevertheless, it is predicted that it will be a very common fact of existence one fine day in the future.  

“Bitcoin is an amazing new technology, but because it challenges established industries, it will face serious political opposition–especially in the U.S. where those industries are strongest,” the message reads on the Bitcoin's site. “Bitcoin will only be safe once millions of people rely on it every day.”

Source: TechCrunch

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