Pay TV provider Dish Network, one of the first big firms to accept bitcoin payments, has announced it now also accepts bitcoin cash.
Dish Network, rebranded as Dish, will unveil a new internet television service (IPTV) at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show.
There’s been a lot of chatter lately regarding DISH Network’s move into the bitcoin space, and it has finally happened. The Colorado-based company announced today that they have commenced their The post DISH Bitcoin Acceptance Begins Today appeared first on NEWSBTC.
DISH COO Bernie Han speaks to CoinDesk about why bitcoin payments are smart business for the satellite service.
New and large merchants’ announcements to accept bitcoin moves it closer to a mainstream monetary transition.
The price has increased 34.5% from this time last month, when the CoinDesk BPI closed at $445.87.
The Colorado-based company is one of the biggest content providers in America, with more than 14 million pay-TV subscribers.
Move over, Overstock.com, there’s another big player in town that’s going to be accepting bitcoin. Announced today, TV giant Dish Network Corp. announced they will become the largest company and first subscription The post TV Giant DISH to Become Largest Company to Accept Bitcoin appeared first on newsBTC.