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The ability to purchase games via Bitcoin
I'm aware that this may have been suggested a few times, but many of the previous suggestions were extremely ambiguous. Bitcoin is well known for it's anonymous uses, the fact that it isn't controlled by a central entity such as bank or payment processor, I feel that the nature of Bitcoin matches the nature of GOG, and would highly benefit GOG.com and their customers if Bitcoin was accepted. A good reason would be the fact that you're getting a DRM free game, which cannot be removed if someone charge-backs the payment via PayPal, or their credit card. With Bitcoin this isn't a problem, as once the payment goes through, it's permanent. GOG cannot have the coins ripped from their wallet, similar to the DRM free games offered to the customer.
If GOG.com is worried about the ever-changing exchange rate of Bitcoin, they can use services such as Coinbase (http://coinbase.com) who are also the payment processor for Humble Bundle (http://humblebundle.com). Alternatives exist such as BitPay (http://bitpay.com) who are a popular choice for many mainstream merchants. By using these payment services, users can pay in Bitcoin, while GOG.com will continue to receive the money in US Dollars as they were previously doing.