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The ability to purchase games via Bitcoin
Monero and Bitcoin as payment option would definitely put Gog on the radar of many.
I wish I could buy GOG gift cards through <a href="http://bitrefill.com" class="light_un" target="_blank">bitrefill.com</a> using Bitcoin
I would love to see Nano support! I’ve been looking for a place to buy games with it, but it’s completely feeless and instant
My bank now requires international payment fees. Bitcoin is the way...
El Salvador uses bitcoin, I want to buy more games but you can't accept my crypto... <br /> I recommend BTC, ETH and XMR
I would buy more gog on games if I can pay with Bitcoin
Would definitely buy more games on GOG if I could pay with bitcoin.
Add a way to transfer bitcoin to your wallet on gog.
Ready to buy, sure wish I could use bitcoin easily :- (
accept btc payments please, you have lightning option for almost no fees
Is this available yet? I can't use the USD anymore.
<a href="http://GOG.com" class="light_un" target="_blank">GOG.com</a> please accept Bitcoin for payment! With the Lightning Network, transactions are instant and fees are ridiculously low. I would buy lots of games here because games are DRM-free (unlike Steam). It's much more convenient for people to pay with Bitcoin than USD directly, in my own opinion.
<a href="https://www.gog.com/forum/general/gogs_general_trading_thread/post18110" class="light_un" target="_blank">https://www.gog.com/forum/general/gogs_general_trading_thread/post18110</a>
I'm not sure
I would really love that.
I would buy more gog games. At the moment i mostly switch to bad steam or drm sites+games that allow bitcoin.
<a href="https://www.dash.org/" class="light_un" target="_blank">https://www.dash.org/</a> rewards partners with exclusive videos - free commercial for you! <br /> The Crypto Scene is open minded - just as the DRM-Free <a href="http://GOG.com" class="light_un" target="_blank">GOG.com</a> Community!
<a href="https://www.bitrefill.com/" class="light_un" target="_blank">https://www.bitrefill.com/</a> GOG may be listed there side by side with <a href="http://battle.net" class="light_un" target="_blank">battle.net</a> steam PSN LoL iTunes Xbox Live minecraft etc. etc. etc. <br /> Free commercial for you!
Yea- My company takes Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash through BitPay and it works great (we'll also manually accept Dash and Zen Cash). No fees on the merchant end with either, but Bitcoin Cash is pretty critical for low dollar amounts as the user pays absurd fees with Bitcoin itself. Not so for the other cryptocurrencies (like less than 1 US cent with Dash/Bitcoin Cash). Fortunately BitPay and every other merchant solution that supports accepting cryptocurrency supports Bitcoin Cash. There are pretty much only a handful of cryptocurrencies being widely used in the real world (online and offline). This is Dash, Bitcoin Cash, and Bitcoin (and maybe Monero on the dark web, though Zcash and a few others may become more widely supported soon thanks to AnyPay and changes to its system that will make accepting many cryptocurrencies easier). Dash may not get much love online, but it's the #1 most used cryptocurrency in the real world (Brick & Mortar) due to widespread acceptance in New Hampshire (ie one of the few places in the real world where there is widespread usage of cryptocurrency, #1 and #2 cities in the world are in NH) and Venezuela (socialism killed the fiat currency and now apparently Dash is widespread usage there as well, ie AnyPay which is the #1 merchant app for point of sale for cryptocurrency acceptance is whats being used in the real world). By real world use I do not mean trading volume, but people actually using it for what it was intended, buying and selling goods. I hope to see ZCash, Zen Cash, or Monero become more widely accepted particularly as these are privacy cryptocurrencies. Though I will say I hope to see the non-privacy aspects disabled so we ultimately end up with the genuine security and privacy behind these cryptocurrencies (Zcash, and Zen Cash might already have done this, and I think Monero already forces it). <br /> <br /> In any event I would be more likely to shop at GOG if cryptocurrencies were accepted. I tend to avoid places that won't take cryptocurrencies.
Do not use Bitpay, they charge way too high fees. <br /> <br /> Rather use this: <br /> <a href="https://btcpayserver.org/" class="light_un" target="_blank"><br /> https://btcpayserver.org/</a> <br /> <br /> They charge 0% fees.
I'd start buying games on gog way more often
A bitcoin/lighting option would be a competitive attraction.
I would really appreciate a Bitcoin (Cash) payment option!
Yes, please add the ability to pay with other top currencies like Bitcoin Cash and Dash as well. Those are more transactional currencies than BTC core with a stated commitment to low transaction fees and fast confirmation times, with Dash at 1.3 seconds. In short, it would really boost your sales around the world .
Yes please add Bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies as payment options.
Please add bitcoin as one of the payment methods. I live in an underdeveloped country where Paypal is banned and VISA/Mastercard are nearly impossible to get. Since Bitcoin is a global currency, I can without any border restriction.
Contact BTCPay and let them help integrate Bitcoin as a payment option. They'll also be able to implement Lightning payments.
Replying to Merranvo: Bitcoin is not only used for bad purposes, till some time ago steam accepted bitcoins <br />
<a href="https://www.nytimes.com/2018/03/27/us/cyberattack-atlanta-ransomware.html" class="light_un" target="_blank">https://www.nytimes.com/2018/03/27/us/cyberattack-atlanta-ransomware.html</a> <br /> <br /> Making it easier for criminals to get guns, get money (Bitcoins), and operate digital criminal enterprises (TOR) makes no sense...
Bitcoin, the most popular way to support domestic terrorism, cause hacking public utilities and demanding bitcoins in exchange is extremely profitable. <br /> <br /> I guess you all love supporting terrorism, the next time you're in a hospital... you should ask how good their cyber security team is, whether they have non-digital backups of important information (like that you're deathly allergic to certain antibiotics)... and whether they have enough retainer money to pay off all the terrorists that use bitcoin as a dead drop method of getting rich. <br /> <br /> This is the real future that you terrorists are supporting. Pure uncontrolled chaos and anarchy.
yea. definitely want an ability to pay with bitcoin. future is here
I'd like to see support for other crypto currencies too!
GOG should add crypto currency support. Please not only Bitcoin as the fees can rise to unusable levels. Consider using a payment processor like <a href="https://www.coinpayments.net/" class="light_un" target="_blank">https://www.coinpayments.net/</a> that allows you to support many different crypto currencies and get paid in cash.
its not that hard you just add a button
Wish I could buy GoG credits with Bitcoin. <br /> Shame the future of money isn't integrated here, yet. <br /> But after all GoG is about OLD stuff. So no blame here, I guess.
steam accept payment why gog dosent accept <br /> <br /> soory for the fault i am frensh <br />
effectyvely it is really cool <br /> the service <a href="http://Bitpay.com" class="light_un" target="_blank">Bitpay.com</a> are really very good
I don't find it baffling at all. Bitpay is not actually paying with bitcoin and I think the only option if you all really want this. Bitpay takes your bitcoin and fronts the merchant the actual money. <br /> <br /> The problem with bitcoin is that it's heavily part of criminal enterprise. From drug trades, illegal weapons, child pornography, you name it--this is the real black market. <br /> <br /> What you guys aren't thinking of is the wishes of numerous publishers/rights owners on this site that have regional limitations to the number of keys available or other restrictions that bitcoin cannot handle on its own. <br /> <br /> Bitcoin is kinda actually controlled by governments if you think about it. China has a large continent of miners located within the country. The general idea is they're using 'free' electricity to mine coins and thus launder whatever ill-gotten gains they're connected to and then they trade the 'clean' coins throughout the world to fully launder the money. <br /> <br /> I'm not really interested in ever purchasing anything with any cryptocurrency. <br /> <br /> Anytime a company adds bitcoin support--an arbitrarily small (say < 1%) amount of users purchase using it. And even in that case it's generally bitpay. Overstock, the largest supporter of bitcoin, actually takes a loss on supporting it as their CEO just loves it and wants it to grow. <br /> <br /> I could go on and on, I'd never want my merchants to accept bitcoin as the endgame for me is the amount of frustration in supporting it greatly outweighs the benefit and ultimately might even raise prices for the general consumer; all of this is bad for business.
KInd of baffling it has yet to be added. It would be enough even if only possible for top up of the GOG Wallet like it is the case on Windows Store. It has now been over a year steam added it and close to three years since Microsoft added the option.
I think it would be a great idea for GOG to accept Bitcoin, this creates another way for GOG to earn. And as SOMEGUY1234 said, Bitcoin isn't controlled by an bank or payment processor. Also, bitcoin isn't controlled by government also.
Please accept bitcoin....
1162 upvotes. That is huge demand :) <br /> Guess what, I want to fund my GoG wallet with bitcoins, too. <br />
Just had my CC denied through GOG, probably because they're outside of the US. Would have happily used Bitcoin if it was available, instead I'm going to be forced to take my business elsewhere. That's money left on the table GOG, please consider allowing for alternative payments via Bitcoin.
No bitcoin It Sucks Man. Add bitcoin
Just like the guy below, just registrated to buy games but you guys don't accept btc :(
I came here to buy some games thinking, "if Steam accepts Bitcoin, surely GOG does." I'm very disappointed my assumption turned out to be incorrect.
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