Volcano Inn Accepts Bitcoin
Bitcoin accepted here! Volcano Inn offers Bitcoin as a payment option, so you can now pay with Bitcoin. With current BTC rates being high, it’s a great time to get the most for your BTC here at Volcano Inn!
How to book with Bitcoin
When you’re ready to book, just check the “Pay with Bitcoin” box on our reservation request form.
Once you confirm your reservation details with us, you can choose to pay directly from your bitcoin wallet by using the generated payment address or by scanning the QR code with your smartphone.
After your payment is clears, we send you a confirmation. It’s as simple as that!
What is Bitcoin?
Bitcoin is a distributed peer-to-peer network offering a payment system based on “bitcoin”, a completely digital form of currency. You can transfer Bitcoin instantly and securely between any two people in the world.
Why is bitcoin accepted at Volcano Inn?
Bitcoin is a new payment option which offers even more flexibility for customers. Bitcoin payment from anywhere in the world is quick and easy, and offers reduced payment processing costs as well as instant (or very quick) processing times.
What are the benefits of Bitcoin for consumers?
You have complete control over your bitcoin. Bitcoin accounts (or wallets) are not tied to any financial institutions, therefore cannot be frozen. Additionally, transaction fees are often significantly lower than most major credit cards.
How do I obtain bitcoin?
To get bitcoin, you’ll first need to create a bitcoin wallet. This is the account from which you can send and receive bitcoin. Once you have a wallet, you can purchase bitcoin from an exchange that converts traditional currency to bitcoin.
What is a bitcoin wallet?
A bitcoin wallet is a secure way to store your bitcoin balance. You can send and receive bitcoin from your wallet at any time, from anywhere in the world, so long as you have an internet connection.
Is Bitcoin secure?
There are thousands of computers (“miners“) constantly running software to ensure the safety of the Bitcoin network, which has never once been compromised.
Where can I find more information on Bitcoin?