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Is there a list of merchants who accept bitcoins?

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@D.H.: The question is actually quite distinct from these two. One focuses on preestablished businesses, the other on recording merchants' reputation. – Meni Rosenfeld Nov 29 '11 at 19:29
@MeniRosenfeld: Well, yes, but the first one already mentions the wiki trade page in the question and the second one overlaps with this one. I agree that the questions are not identical but I'm pretty sure that anything that turns up here will already be covered by one of the other questions. But, anyway, I will leave this question open unless others want to close it. – D.H. Nov 29 '11 at 19:48
up vote 4 down vote accepted

As well as the page you could look at:


Both of these sites try to give some kind of rating or review but the data is limited at the moment.

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Yes, the most comprehensive and well-known such list is at

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There are so many places A quick google search will yield many results But other than the main list on the wiki i think the following directories seemed pretty populated.

'Official Lists'



Cryptostocks, IPO's, Profit Shares, and Equities

Some Places I spend My Bitcoin

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Check this may be of help for you

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Unfortunately the Bitcoin wiki ( has grown completely unwieldy and has many outdated / no-longer-working links.

Coinmap is a decent place if you're looking for "brick and mortar" businesses, and lists millions of products from a growing number of Bitcoin-enabled merchants (including the usual list --, TigerDirect, etc).

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