A Solution for Merchants and Individuals who Want to Accept Bitcoin and Other Cryptocurrencies
Bitcoin has been around since 2009 and afterward many other cryptocurrencies, also called altcoins, have been created. As of September of 2017, there were more than one-thousand cryptocurrencies, also called cryptos, being traded. Furthermore, the ICO’s boom continues to grow every month at an insane pace. There have been different measures taken by a few countries, USA, China, South Korea to ban or control the rapid unregulated growth of ICOs and even trading websites.
Many good and bad things have happened along these years with the appearance of cryptos… something that will always happen in a world marked by duality.
The decentralization of money is a very hot topic and whereas on one side it has brought hope to the masses, or perhaps – to be more accurate – to some communities, on the other some conflict of interest has also come to light from big financial corporations.
That said, the bitcoin and altcoin market has immensely grown in 2017 up to almost 180 billion dollars. Oddly enough, this year we have also seen money from Wall Street people and governments flowing into the cryptos‘ total market capitalization. The adoption of cryptocurrencies is more popular than ever before and new solutions are being created every day to improve the speed of transactions, scalability, security and more. New startups, big corporations, and even governments have realized the power of the blockchain technology and the many different uses it can be applied to. The huge volatility of cryptos has also resulted in a new community of “super quick” rich people who were the early adopters of cryptocurrencies. In spite of the limitations of the current blockchain and other cryptographic technologies – which are still far from perfect – the future seems to look brighter for most of us.
However, it seems that with all these good news little has been done to promote the adoption of cryptocurrencies by merchants and individuals who want to accept cryptos. There are only a handful of sites, blogs and apps that vaguely inform about businesses or individuals that currently accept cryptocurrencies and that is exactly why we have decided to create WeTakeCryptos.com. In our effort to provide with a practical solution to this problem we have opted to offer a free and easy-to-use alternative to help merchants and potential clients who want to trade in cryptocurrencies get together.
We wish you a happy experience on our site and encourage you to educate yourself more about safety practices of trading in cryptos.
Long-life to the cryptos!