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How to Use Cryptocurrency in Your Business 

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The face of business is changing, and there are a number of reasons for this. One of these is the fact that the way we use money is changing dramatically. Cash is now used much less than a credit or debit card would be, and this has been a recent change. On top of this, the prevalence of cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin and how popular they have become means that even more changes are going to happen, and these virtual currencies will become a legitimate means of payment all over the world in the future. It might even happen sooner than we think. 

Right now, cryptocurrencies are used mainly online, but there are moves to ensure they can be used in face to face transactions too. If you are considering opening up your business to allow their use, how can this be done? 

Paying Your Staff

Paying your staff is something you need to take extremely seriously. If you don’t pay when you say you are going to, or pay the right amount, not only will you lose potentially good workers, but you might find that you are subject to a legal dispute too. This is not good for your bank balance or your reputation, and it’s why you need to make sure you can afford to take people on and use a helpful payroll tool like Zenefits to ensure you are doing the right thing. Forgetting to pay staff or not paying the right amount will be a thing of the past with software such as this. 

It might be that you can use cryptocurrency to pay your staff, or to use to put towards their benefits if they would prefer standard currency in their pay packets. Offering this flexibility will show you are a thoughtful employer and could boost company morale in general. It could even be an attractive incentive for people to apply to work at your business. You could start to build a bank of fantastic and talented employees simply because you offer a versatile payment scheme. 

No Banks Are Involved 

One of the main benefits of cryptocurrency is that there are no banks involved – it is a peer to peer network. This means that there is no exchange rate system required (the value of the currency is the same no matter where you go) and it is a much quicker transaction too. 


Your business can use this to its advantage. It will save you time and effort, and it means you can often raise the capital you need much more quickly, potentially helping you much more. 

Offers Anonymity 

When you make any transaction using cryptocurrency, it is anonymous. This means you don’t have to provide any personal details, making the entire process a much safer one. Identity theft is rife online, and if there is a way to prevent this from happening, it should be taken – cryptocurrency is one way to do this. 

Offering this option to your customers will help them to choose you over someone else. It shows you are doing what you can to keep them safe and protected, and even if they don’t want to use cryptocurrency the fact that you’re offering them the choice is something they will appreciate. 

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