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Black Friday has become the biggest day of the year for bitcoin transactions, as merchants accepting cryptocurrency cash-in on the shopping bonanza. Now in its fourth year, Bitcoin Black Friday (BBF) will take place on 27 November, with more than 2,000 merchants expected to take part.
"2014 saw an 82% increase in the number of merchants who completed transactions compared to last year's BBF," Tony Sakich, marketing manager at payments processing firm BitPay. "While last year many of the discounts and deals were for bitcoin-related technology, like bitcoin-mining equipment, this year a broader range of retailers were offering bitcoin-specific deals on a wider array of items.
"With traditional Black Friday sales down 11% from last year, it's it's important to recognise that bitcoin is being used for a variety of traditional products and services now. This Bitcoin Black Friday may signify a move forward and towards mainstream acceptance of bitcoin."
Black Friday deals from retailers accepting bitcoin
Private Internet Access: Top-rated VPN service offering huge deals for Bitcoin Black Friday
Namecheap: Offering even cheaper domains and hosting when you pay with bitcoins
Bees Brothers: One of Bitcoin's oldest merchants, selling discounted candies and raw honey
Denarium: Physical bitcoins, metal coins that contain a bitcoin wallet
Mixedtees: Discounts on t-shirts, hoodies, and other merchandise
Tealet: Wholesale merchant offering tea from independent growers, paid in BTC
Bitsoaps: Soap molded in the shape of a bitcoin, discounted if bought with bitcoin
Nestorgames: Board games of all shapes and sizes
REEDS Jewellers: A large merchant offering discounted jewellery
Amagi Metals: Discounts on gold, silver and other precious metals
Beefjerky: Offers on beef jerky