On a typical Monday in June, the last time we had a large amount of traffic to our website was the weekend before Christmas, so we had already had plenty of time to prepare for the holiday season.
I had a plan.
As my team members and I had been busy working through our monthly budgets, I had decided to make our payment plan as simple as possible.
I would pay the bills using bitcoin, which is a peer-to-peer cryptocurrency.
The way bitcoin works is that a bitcoin address is used to create a transaction and the recipient can choose which wallet to send it to.
I created a wallet for my personal wallet, and then created a second wallet for the company’s.
I then used that wallet to pay the bill with the bitcoin address.
That way, if my company’s payment system ever stopped working, my team could just pay their bills using their existing payment method.
As you can imagine, this was a bit of a nightmare.
There were several issues we had to solve, and we struggled through it all.
We spent hours getting the correct amount of bitcoin in each of our wallets.
We even created a special bitcoin wallet for our business.
After spending several days in the field and testing, we finally figured out how to get the right amount of BTC in each wallet.
We had to spend several hours getting that right balance in each account.
I’m sure you can guess how hard it was to do.
We finally got our wallet balance correct in a couple of weeks.
Our customers were happy.
We now had enough BTC to pay our bills.
The biggest hurdle to getting bitcoin payments working was getting the right addresses in our wallets to accept the payment.
There was one problem with paying with bitcoin, however: we needed to have a bank account in each country.
There are no centralized banking services in the US, so there was no way to create an account there and then pay with bitcoin.
We tried many different methods, but none of them worked.
So we created our own bank account for us and used it to pay with Bitcoin.
Since we needed the bank account to be able to receive payments from all over the world, we set up a bank transfer to send our bitcoins to our bank in Canada.
After a couple days, the bank transferred our bitcoins and the transaction was complete.
We then sent our bitcoins back to our local bank account.
After that, we were ready to go to the next step.
We needed to add a bank deposit to our wallet to ensure that our bank could accept the bitcoin payments we were making.
We wanted to add some other features to our payment system, too.
We would like to see bitcoin payments integrated into our payment gateway, and I wanted to make sure that our customers would be able buy and sell bitcoin with their money, too, without having to go through our existing payment system.
We added a bitcoin-accepting bank account, and that was the beginning of our Bitcoin Payments Integration solution.
Our payment gateway and our payment integration solution, called “Bitspay”, are now a global company.
It enables us to offer bitcoin payments in over 100 countries, including many in the U.S. and the U