US based Digital payment service Stripe has announced the support for Bitcoin, and the company will charge 0.5 percent per transaction. It will allow all businesses to accept Bitcoin payments in the cryptocurrency. In March 2014, Stripe began testing Bitcoin integration with a private beta spanning 60 countries, and completed its trail in December.
Stripe Checkout users can add Bitcoin as a payment option with a single new line of code. “You don’t even need to worry about what amount in bitcoin you want to charge—you simply specify the amount of USD that you want to receive, and we handle showing your user on how much BTC they must pay, and how,” mentioned on the Stripe’s site.
“Once the customer has sent the payment, Checkout submits the form and you can then create a charge on your server in much the same way that you would use a credit card token.”
User can find instructions on enabling it, on the company’s site.