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Satoshi Nakamoto:
Here are some of the largest companies that support Bitcoin:

Overstock.com (OSTK)- Probably the biggest retailer that accepts Bitcoin, Overstock began accepting Bitcoin in January 2013.
http://www.overstock.com/bitcoin

Tigerdirect (SYX)- A major online retailer for electronic products, an a subsidiary of Systemax Inc, TigerDirect began accepting Bitcoin in late January 2014.
http://www.tigerdirect.com/bitcoin/

Virgin Galactic - The Richard Branson-led aviation company started accepting Bitcoin for customers who are interested in flying to space and paying for it using Bitcoin.
http://www.virgin.com/richard-branson/bitcoins-in-space

Wordpress - The popular blogging platform used by some of the biggest media companies in the world, including The New York Times, CNN, Reuters, Mashable, NBC Sports, GigaOm, and TechCrunch, started accepting Bitcoins in November 2012.
http://en.support.wordpress.com/bitcoin/

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http://www.cheapair.com/help/payment-and-billing/what-is-bitcoin/

The Pirate Bay - One of the biggest BitTorrent directories on the Internet, with an immense library of movies, TV shows, software, and music started accepting Bitcoins in April 2013. The site currently lets users donate to The Pirate Bay using Bitcoins.

Reddit - Reddit allows users to purchase Reddit Gold using Bitcoins, a feature they added back in February 2013.

Zynga (ZNGA)- The popular mobile gaming company announced that it would start using the virtual currency for purchases, which helped the price of Bitcoin to skyrocket past $1000 a piece.

PayPal (EBAY) - The payment merchant (and subsidiary of eBay) has been considering using Bitcoin as well. After a PR snafu that resulted in Paypal customer service saying that Bitcoin was against company policy, CEO David Marcus tweeted that Paypal was a “believer” in Bitcoin.

eBay - The giant online reseller may be another major online company planning on adding Bitcoin support. Sources told CNBC that eBay may be eager to expand Bitcoin support to include paying for items using the digital currency. eBay US and eBay UK users will be allowed to buy and sell Bitcoins on the mercantile exchange starting next month, a step in the right direction.

Tesla (TSLA)- Not only that, but regular brick-and-mortar stores are accepting Bitcoins too. A Lamborghini dealership in Newport Beach, Calif. blogged they accepted Bitcoin in the recent purchase of a Tesla, made for $103,000. The company also wrote they quickly picked up their second customer using Bitcoin. As the digital currency expands and becomes more better defined by regulators, expect this list of companies that support Bitcoin to be longer and longer.

OkCupid - The online dating site started accepting Bitcoin for premium services in April 2013.

4Chan.org - The Reddit-like image forum added premium services and the ability to pay for them using Bitcoin in December 2012.

Namecheap - A service that offers cheap domain registration, among other related services, started letting users pay with Bitcoin in March 2013.

EZTV - The popular site that provides torrents for popular TV shows began accepting Bitcoin donations in April 2013.

mega.co.nz - The new venture started by MegaUpload founder Kim Dotcom offers users 50 GB of free storage and automatically encrypted files in an effort to be provide increased security. In February 2013, MEGA started letting users pay for premium upgrades with Bitcoin.

Lumfile - A free cloud-based file server. Users have been able to purchase premium services with Bitcoin since December 2012.

Etsy Vendors - 93 Etsy vendors let customers purchase their products using Bitcoin. By seating for “bitcoin,” you can see other vendor that accept Bitcoin payment. 
Bitcoin Coffee - Get gourmet-quality coffee send to you by simply sending some Bitcoin.

Pizza For Coins - This service lets you order Domino's Pizza with Bitcoin. Just put in a name and address and you'll be sent to an online order menu. Pizza for Coins then verifies your payment and places an order within ten minutes.



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Satoshi Nakamoto:
May 29th, 2014

DISH announced they are the largest company and first subscription model pay-TV provider to accept bitcoin, marking a large step forward in the growing momentum of customers paying companies in bitcoin for things we do every day, like watching premium TV.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/05/29/dish-bitcoin_n_5409562.html

Satoshi Nakamoto:
June 11, 2014

Expedia.com , one of the largest online travel sites, announced  it will begin accepting bitcoin for hotel bookings through its website, becoming the first major travel-agency to take the digital currency. If the reception is good, the company said it expects to bring bitcoin to its other service lines as well.

http://blogs.wsj.com/moneybeat/2014/06/11/expedia-starts-accepting-bitcoin-for-hotel-bookings/

Monee2:
It's nice to see some of those companies are listing that they accept bitcoins.  I am not surprised that more companies are getting starting to accept this new ecurrency.  I'm sure there will be more in the coming year.

Satoshi Nakamoto:
July 1, 2014

Popular online computer hardware and software retail giant Newegg has announced it is now accepting bitcoin as a payment option – a move that had been widely anticipated by its customers.  ;D


http://promotions.newegg.com/nepro/14-3540/index.html

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