Bitonic – for buying and selling Bitcoins
Bitonic.nl, registered in The Netherlands, is the reliable market leader since 2012 for Dutch residents buying and selling Bitcoins. Over 250.000 Bitcoins have been sold by Bitonic since 2012*.
Conveniently pay for Bitcoins purchased through your own Dutch bank account using iDEAL the payment service provider of the banks in the Netherlands. All bank accounts of new customers – when placing orders over a week period exceeding a total amount of Euro 50+ – require prior verification as part of Bitonic’s anti-fraud procedures. For this you need to enter your IBAN bank account number, email address and mobile phone number. After receiving the mobile text message verification code you conclude with a micro transfer of Euro 0.01 to their bank account. Belgian residents can use Mister Cash for their Bitcoin purchases. Selling Bitcoins from outside the Netherlands is possible as Bitonic can process IBAN bank account numbers in the SEPA banking area.
BL3P Bitcoin Exchange
Bitonic is in the final stages* ( beta 2.0 ) of officially launching their own fully compliant European Bitcoin Exchange registered and operated under the name: BL3P (https://BL3P.eu)
BitMerchant is Bitonic’s API based solution for accepting Bitcoin payments for retailers and online stores. Free webshop modules are available for most popular platforms ( Magento, osCommerce, Opencart etc. The main advantages for retailers are:
– no transaction costs for accepting Bitcoin payments
– no account setup costs
– manage multiple stores with one BitMerchant account.
– Bitcoin payment pages in 10 European languages
– Automatic Bitcoin payment processing
– Bitcoin donation button for websites
– Clear overview of (financial) transactions.
– Extensive API for developers.
Additionally Bitonic Consultancy provides general and specialist consulting services as well as training, workshops, lectures and presentations on Bitcoin and various topics. For public sector organizations dealing with law enforcement and prosecution, tax, intelligence and bank.
* At time of publishing this article (July 2015)