Since its inception, Amazon has been an e-commerce powerhouse. The online retailer accepts a variety of payment methods, including credit cards, debit cards, and Amazon Pay. But does Amazon accept Bitcoin Cash?
The short answer is no. Currently, Amazon does not accept Bitcoin Cash as a payment method.
However, that could change in the future.
Bitcoin Cash is a cryptocurrency that was created in August 2017 as a fork of Bitcoin. Unlike Bitcoin, which has a maximum supply of 21 million coins, Bitcoin Cash has a maximum supply of 8 million coins.
Bitcoin Cash also has faster transaction times and lower fees than Bitcoin.
Despite its advantages, Bitcoin Cash is not widely accepted as a payment method. This is because it is still a relatively new cryptocurrency and many businesses are hesitant to accept it.
However, there are some businesses that do accept Bitcoin Cash, including Overstock, Expedia, and Microsoft. If more businesses start to accept Bitcoin Cash, then it’s possible that Amazon will eventually start to accept it as well.
For now, though, Amazon does not accept Bitcoin Cash as a payment method. So if you’re looking to buy something on Amazon, you’ll need to use another payment method such as a credit card or Amazon Pay.