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Where can you pay with bitcoin?

Many online stores around the world are beginning to accept bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies as a payment method. There’s still ways to go before you can pay with bitcoin everywhere, but there are still some options. With Lunar Block for example, you can easily exchange the value of your bitcoins to Danish Kroner (DKK).

Withdraw your bitcoins to your bank account easily with Lunar Block

Lunar Block is probably the easiest platform in Denmark for buying and selling bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. You can trade cryptocurrencies directly from the app at a set, low price.

When you need the money to pay for goods in a local store, you can easily transfer your crypto to your Lunar card, where the currency is DKK. 

You’re never more than a couple of swipes away from exchanging your crypto values to DKK.

How to buy bitcoin

With Lunar Block, it’s not just bitcoin you can trade. You also have access to an array of the most popular cryptocurrencies such as ethereum, dogecoin, solana, and cardano.

See how to get started here. 

We do not counsel

We won’t advise you about buying and selling. We can provide factual information about the different currencies, but past price developments are not an indication of future developments.

We do not advise on currencies and do not make recommendations for either buying or selling. No information from Lunar Block should therefore be considered as recommendations and all decisions are up to you alone.

Bitcoin ATMs

There are bitcoin ATMs around the globe. Earlier, there were two of them in Copenhagen, but in June 2022 and counting they are no longer operating.Germany for example has 51 bitcoin ATMs, while Finland has 17. You can see an overview of bitcoin ATMs on the website CoinATMRadar.com .

Known companies: You can pay with bitcoin here

Microsoft

Since 2014 it’s been possible to pay with bitcoin in selected Microsoft stores online. You can use bitcoin to deposit money to your Microsoft account, which you can then use to purchase Microsoft products.

Starbucks

In 2019 the coffee chain Starbucks announced that they were beginning to accept bitcoin as a payment method. They accept bitcoin through a partnership with the American company, Bakkt.

Tesla-ish

Tesla’s creator, Elon Musk, is known to be pro-crypto. In February 2021, Tesla invested large sums of money to buy bitcoin - corresponding to 1,5 billion USD.

But it’s still not possible to purchase a Tesla directly with bitcoin. In June 2021, Elon Musk also announced that as soon as more than 50% of bitcoin’s mining is based on renewable energy, Tesla will begin to accept bitcoin as a payment method.  

Just Eat (France)

The take-away company Just Eat has made it possible for French users to pay with bitcoin. With that it’s possible to pay for food with bitcoin in over 15,000 French restaurants through orders from Just Eat.

Twitch

The streaming platform Twitch has made it possible for streamers to connect their Streamlab account with Coinbase. Like that, viewers can give streamers donations in bitcoin, ethereum, litecoin and bitcoin core.

Amazon-ish

The E-commerce giant Amazon accepts bitcoin payments to a certain extent. Through the platform Bitrefill you can purchase Amazon gift cards which you can then use to shop on Amazon.

PayPal

The payment company PayPal has made it possible to create transactions with bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. This means that you can pay with bitcoins through PayPal at more than 26 million companies around the world.

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Cryptocurrencies can rise and fall

When you trade cryptocurrencies, you need to be aware that it carries a large risk. The value of your cryptocurrency can both rise and fall, and you can risk losing the entire amount you’ve invested in cryptocurrencies.

Cryptocurrency trading is done through Lunar Block. Lunar Block is not regulated by the Danish Financial Supervisory Authority (Finanstilsynet). That means you won’t have the same protection as when trading e.g. stocks or other regulated assets.

We do not counsel

We do not advise on currencies and do not make recommendations for either buying or selling. We can provide factual information about the different currencies, but past price developments are not an indication of future developments.

No information from Lunar Block should therefore be considered as recommendations and all decisions are up to you alone.