Bitcoin is a bitcoin payments company, building tools for spending, accepting, and building with bitcoin. Its BitPay secure bitcoin wallet gives consumers a powerful toolkit for getting started with bitcoin payments, and the BitPay Card offers its users a fast way to convert bitcoin into dollars and spend their funds anywhere Visa is accepted.

HQAtlanta, US
Size (employees)81 (est)+4%
BitPay was founded in 2011 and is headquartered in Atlanta, US
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Key People/Management at BitPay

Stephen Pair

Stephen Pair

Co-Founder & CEO
Bryan Krohn

Bryan Krohn

Antonio Gallippi

Antonio Gallippi

Co-Founder & Executive Chairman
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BitPay Office Locations

BitPay has offices in Atlanta, Amsterdam and Buenos Aires
Atlanta, US (HQ)
516 3423 Piedmont Rd NE
Buenos Aires, AR
Marcelo T. de Alvear 405
Amsterdam, NL
Herengracht 458
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BitPay Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

BitPay's latest funding round in April 2018 was reported to be $40 m. In total, BitPay has raised $102.5 m
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BitPay Operating Metrics

BitPay's Enterprise Customers was reported to be 30 k in May, 2014.
May, 2013May, 2014Dec, 2016Oct, 2017

Enterprise Customers

10 k30 k

Monthly Transactions

200 k

Total Cardholders

33 k
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BitPay Online and Social Media Presence

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BitPay News and Updates

BitPay introduces settlement in stable coins

BitPay, the largest global blockchain payments provider, today announced the option for merchants to...

Big Tickets Introduces BitPay Integration With Bitcoin Cash (BCH)

Event ticketing platform expands payment options with the acceptance of Bitcoin Cash (BCH) at

Bitcoin hits two month high as positive news drives bull market

Bitcoin has hit its highest level in two months as a long-term bear run that started at the beginning of the year may have finally come to an end. While nowhere near record highs, bitcoin was trading at $7,744.04 as of 10:23 p.m. EST, up from $6,737.56 the same time last week and from a […] The pos…

BitPay granted virtual currency license by NY regulator

The New York Department of Financial Services (DFS) said on Monday it had granted a virtual currency license to bitcoin payments processor BitPay.

A controversial Florida politician just made his county the first in the US to let residents pay taxes with bitcoin

Florida's Seminole County will soon accept bitcoin and bitcoin cash as payment for county services, like taxes and drivers license fees. To do it, the county will work with BitPay, a cryptocurrency e-commerce payments company. It's BitPay's first contract with a government entity. It's believed th…

WatchBox starts accepting bitcoin payments for pre-owned watches

Bitcoin payments reflect 'evolving buyers' who are now more 'tech-savvy', says online watch trader
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BitPay Blogs

The 8 Must-See Talks at Money 20/20 USA

BitPay is attending Money20/20 and before the conference begins this Sunday, we wanted to recommend the talks we’re excited to attend. If you’re having trouble deciding which talks to go to, hopefully this list can help narrow things down for you.

BitPay Introduces Stable Coin Settlements in Gemini Dollars and Circle USD Coin

Today we're excited to announce a new way for BitPay merchants to receive settlements for their Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash payments: Gemini Dollars (GUSD) and Circle USD Coin (USDC).

2018's Sweeping Changes for Customer Success at BitPay

Our Customer Success team is doing an amazing job thanks to some serious changes BitPay made in 2018.

BitPay Merchants Can Now Receive Settlement in Bitcoin Cash (BCH)

We're excited to announce the second digital currency settlement option for BitPay merchants: Bitcoin Cash.

Spend Cryptocurrency on Amazon Gift Cards in Japan

Now, BitPay and Copay wallet users in Japan can turn Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash into gifts cards for

JSON Payment Protocol: Simplifying Payment Protocol with ECDSA Signatures

The JSON Payment Protocol now provides a Bitcoin cryptography-based alternative to X.509, making Payment Protocol much simpler for wallets to support.

BitPay Company Life and Culture

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