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One of world’s largest online electronic’s stores now accepts Bitcoin

Since Jan. 23, one of the world’s largest online retailer of electronics is now accepting Bitcoins as money to purchase products on their website.
Tiger Direct.com, which sells more than 200000 products that include, pc’s, laptops, televisions, and components, nows accepts Bitcoin as cash and help increase the digital money presence in stores worldwide.
TigerDirect.com Now Accepts Bitcoin Payments!
We’re excited to announce we now accept Bitcoin digital currency. Bitcoin is an innovative payment network and a new kind of money. – Tiger Direct.com, Jan. 23
1. Get A Wallet
Before you can begin to get bitcoins, you first need a wallet.
A Bitcoin wallet is a digital wallet which stores your Bitcoin balance and allows you to transact with other users online and offline. All wallets can communicate with each other similar to emails, so you can send and recieve bitcoins to anyone regardless of the type of wallet they use.
You can get one free here.
There are several ways to get bitcoins:
  • As payment for goods or services.
  • Purchase bitcoins at a Bitcoin exchange.
  • Exchange bitcoins with someone.
  • Earn bitcoins through competitive mining.
2. Shop TigerDirect.com
Once you have your wallet setup and ready to go, you can begin shopping over 200,000 products available from TigerDirect.com!
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