Announces Cryptocurrency Acceptance to 'Kick off the Next Chapter' of Business – Bitcoin News

News Announces Cryptocurrency Acceptance to 'Kick off the Next Chapter' of Business

This past weekend at the Market America Worldwide 2021 International Convention (MAIC2021), the president of the e-commerce firm, Steve Ashley, announced sites from around the world will be accepting cryptocurrencies via Bitpay. This means that bitcoin, ethereum, bitcoin cash, and several other digital assets can be used to purchase products via’s websites. Now Accepts Digital Currencies via Bitpay is accepting cryptocurrencies via Bitpay, the largest crypto payment service provider in the world. Steve Ashley the president and COO of announced “the use of cryptocurrency as the next chapter in purchasing products on all sites.” Ashley revealed the crypto support at the Market America Worldwide 2021 International Convention (MAIC2021).

“Today I’m announcing that is going to be offering bitcoin, ethereum, and several other cryptocurrencies through Bitpay,” said Ashley. “We’re going to be offering this at sites worldwide in all of our Market Countries,” Ashley added. is a fairly popular e-commerce web portal that’s ranked 26,133 worldwide and 191 against “E-commerce and shopping” websites, according to statistics. is owned by Market America, a multi-level marketing (MLM) firm that was created in 1992. Market America purchased for an undisclosed sum at the end of 2010. Market America also specializes in manufacturing a line of Isotonix it introduced to the public the year after the company started.

“ and Market America are such great brands,” Sonny Singh, Bitpay’s chief commercial officer said in a statement sent to News. “What I really like about them as such a great fit is because of your international presence. The fact that you’re only doing 40% of your volume in America means it’s a really global brand,” Singh added. The Bitpay chief commercial officer continued:

In countries like Taiwan, Thailand, Argentina, Brazil, and Indonesia, it’s very hard to make payments. Credit cards are not everywhere and in those countries, Bitpay and crypto is the cheapest, quickest payment option to accept Bitcoin and to receive crypto payment options as well.

JR Ridinger, the founder and CEO of Market America, said that, thanks to Steve Ashley’s leadership, continues to be a trendsetter. “As different online retailers scramble to create a plan of action to implement things like accepting cryptocurrency as a method of online payment, thanks to Steve Ashley – we’ve already done that,” Ridinger said.

When visiting the website, the web portal displays a newly added message about the crypto acceptance. The message leads to a page that describes how customers can leverage the Bitpay crypto payment system to pay for items. The website also details that customers can “earn cashback on thousands of products with Bitpay.”

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Jamie Redman

Jamie Redman is the News Lead at News and a financial tech journalist living in Florida. Redman has been an active member of the cryptocurrency community since 2011. He has a passion for Bitcoin, open-source code, and decentralized applications. Since September 2015, Redman has written more than 6,000 articles for News about the disruptive protocols emerging today.

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