Bitcoin accepting gold and silver bullion shop Bitcoincommodities.com experiences tenfold growth in 2011 – 2012, and expects similar growth for 2012 – 2013

In 2011, Dennis Daiber founded Bitcoincommodities.com; a Bitcoin online store selling gold, silver bullion and physical Bitcoins. Beginning as a hobby and evolving into a serious business, the shop experienced tenfold growth between 2011 and 2012.

About Bitcoincommodities:

The last year has seen a number of online retailers which accept Bitcoin succeed in these tough economic times, and Bitcoincommodities is no exception. Bitcoincommodities allows anyone worldwide to diversify their investment capital into physical Casascius Bitcoins, gold bars, gold coins, silver bars, silver coins and more.

Bitcoincommodities relaunched in early 2013 with a new site design and many new features, and customers can now choose to have their goods shipped from either Europe, or the USA, for tax and convenience purposes. Customers from the United Kingdom, United States, Canada, Australia, The Netherlands, Ireland, Switzerland, Malaysia, Taiwan, New Zealand, Japan, Singapore, and Norway can now enjoy a $40 flat rate of shipping on all orders from the USA! Discounts of 1.5% are offered on orders over $17 000.

With the Bitcoin price increasing more than 250% this year alone, it isn’t surprising to see Bitcoin for sale alongside traditional investment vehicles like gold and silver. This forward thinking retailer enables progressive investors to buy into physical Bitcoin, gold and silver, all in one place.  The online dealer has experienced resounding success: Bitcoincommodities experienced tenfold growth between 2011 and 2012, and is projected to experience the same level of growth between 2012 and 2013.

For the latest news, products and specials from Bitcoincommodities go to Bitcoincommodities.com

For more information about Bitcoin Commodities, contact:

Dennis Daiber

E-mail: dennis@bitcoincommodities.com

Phone: on request

1g Physical Bitcoin .999 Silver Series A, Available From Bitcoincommodities:

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1g Physical Bitcoin .999 Silver Series B, Available From Bitcoincommodities:

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Bitcoin Price at $44 to $46, First Bitcoin Hedge Fund Opens in Malta, Possible Global Market Cap, Bitcoin Crop Circles and More

Bitcoin has been trading at from $44 to $46 USD a piece for the last two hours on Mt Gox as of the writing of this article, a big change from the $50 it cracked two days ago. But, the long term trend is still upwards, and we can’t see this changing anytime soon as more funds keep pouring into the Bitcoin ecosystem worldwide.

The biggest news illustrating the emerging legitimacy of Bitcoin is the announcement of the first Bitcoin hedge fund in the world by Exante Ltd. The fund is based in Malta with Exante having offices in Malta, Russia and Singapore. Exante offers the Bitcoin Fund with an initial minimum investment of $100,000. The funds’ storage of Bitcoin includes security and anti theft mechanisms straight from a James Bond movie: covering data loss, hardware failure, jurisdictional risk, hacker risk, and dishonest employees. This includes password’s being separated into three different phrases and then stored in three different geographical regions worldwide. If anything, this means even more growth of the global market cap of Bitcoin.

In fact, here’s a rough little infographic we found illustrating the potential future market cap of the global Bitcoin ecosystem, compared to now:

Possible Bitcoin Market Cap

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And, straight from the fringes we have a Bitcoin crop circle. Extraterrestrial interest in the currency of the future? We’ll leave you to decide on that one ..

Bitcoin Crop Circles

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Our other favourite Bitcoin sites and news of the moment:

– Now anyone can sell anything for Bitcoin on Amazon, thanks to BitPay

– Bitcoin Stickers for merchant shopfronts and Bitcoin enthusiasts

– Good old BitMit, the eBay for Bitcoin

Bitcoin-stickers.co.uk now shipping Bitcoin accepted here window stickers worldwide for Bitcoin merchant shopfronts and Bitcoin enthusiasts

Worldwide In February 2013 Bitcoin Stickers opened its doors for business: shipping “Bitcoin accepted here” stickers worldwide to brick and mortar businesses accepting Bitcoin, and Bitcoin enthusiasts.

About Bitcoin Stickers

Bitcoin Stickers occupies a unique niche in the rapidly expanding global Bitcoin market enabling real world businesses and shops to show customers they accept Bitcoin: the internet based global cryptocurrency with soaring adoption rates. Bitcoin enthusiasts are also using the stickers on their car or elsewhere.

All orders from Bitcoin Stickers include free postage worldwide, and stickers can be purchased with Bitcoin. The stickers cling firmly to windows through natural static electricity; without sticky adhesives and enabling the stickers to be peeled off without leaving a mark, and repositioned easily.

The Bitcoin window stickers are made from high quality static cling vinyl for superior scratch resistance, fade resistance, tear resistance, water proofing and durability and are designed to be a convenient way for businesses to show they accept Bitcoin. Sticker dimensions are 15.24 cm x 5.72 cm (6” x 2.25”).

As little as 2 Bitcoin accepted here window stickers can be ordered at a time, while discounts can be negotiated for large volume orders. All purchases include free worldwide shipping.

The latest news, products and promotions from Bitcoin Stickers can be seen at: http://bitcoin-stickers.co.uk

To learn more about Bitcoin Stickers, please contact:

S Lee

E-Mail: electronichealing@gmail.com

Website: http://bitcoin-stickers.co.uk/

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The last 48 Hours in Bitcoin: Price at $44, BitPay Secures More Angel Investors, Kim Dotcom Bitcoin Mega Credit Card? MegaCard

The last 48 hours has seen an explosion of activity in the Bitcoin ecosystem and beyond.

Most excitingly for all the investors / speculators / enthusiasts and those wondering whether to dip their toes in the cryptocurrency water – the BTC price is currently trading on MtGox at over $44 USD a piece, and has been trading steady at over $44 (EDIT: holding $46 for over two hours now) for the past two hours.

Kim Dotcom tweeted on Monday that BItcoin was “the currency of the future” and that it’s time for a Bitcoin credit card. If anyone has the resources to pull if off it in a big way, it is most certainly the millionare behind the encrypted cloud storage service Mega, who rose to internet fame after the US shut down prolific file host MegaVideo in January 2012. MegaCard coming soon?

In the last 24 hours, Bitcoin merchant processing service BitPay, which now has over 3 300 merchants using its service, has expanded its seed round: securing more angel investment from Ben Davenport, Trace Mayer, and A-Grade Investments. In February, BitPay recently relocated its office to the Atlanta Tech Village in the epicentre of Buckhead’s Financial District.

Meanwhile, Forbes has pronounced that Bitcoin is ready to go mainstream with the first U.S Exchange, with Seattle based start up Coinlab recently receiving $500 000 in start up capital and announcing a recent partnership with Silicon Valley Bank. This brings Mt Gox, the largest Bitcoin exchange, to U.S shores. The exchange has a trade volume of nearly $500 000 000 per year; and this is forecast to grow by ten times in the next year.

One thing’s for sure: Bitcoin is everywhere, it’s growing and the adoption rate doesn’t show any signs of slowing any time soon.

Our other favourite Bitcoin developments of the last 48 hours:

– Domain registrar Namecheap now accepting Bitcoin payments

– Grassroots 3D Printing For Bitcoin service opens shop

Bitcoin Stickers (because we all want stickers – right?)

 

 

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