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As far as we are aware, there is no airline today that has integrated bitcoins as a payment method on their air passenger ticket sales website.
This video by http://www.CashSender.com reveals a mysterious expense that is unnecessarily passed onto unsuspecting airline passengers.
This overlooked expense can amount to $5-$10 on low cost airline tickets and up to $20 on higher cost tickets. As explained in the video, CashSender can exclusively help airlines offer their customers a means to avoid this expense and save money on ticket purchases.
Uploading credit in bitcoin from your personal bitcoin wallet to the CashSender system is super easy as explained in this short video.
Once you have uploaded your bitcoins to CashSender, you can make online purchases in bitcoin from website owners that use CashSender’s bitcoin payment buttons on their websites.
Vancouver-based CashSender.com has just launched a full host of bitcoin merchant payment solutions for website owners.
[raw]CashSender.com users can easily add bitcoin capability to their online payment accounts, as explained in this video.
Once this easy set-up is done, it is easy to add bitcoin credit to your CashSender account, you can send and receive bitcoin payments, and you can accept bitcoin payments on your website.
[raw]Charities and non-profits can now expand their online donation reach by accepting bitcoin denominated donations.
Vancouver-based CashSender.com now offers online donation buttons in bitcoins. A charity or non-profit would simply create a CashSender account and then use the easy donation button generator as explained in this video:
We get a lot of emails and messages asking us why we do not serve the US market. People explain to us that the US is a huge market, and we should not exclude it from our business model.
AUGUST 29 2013 News Release – Vancouver, BC