Online craft store to sell Bitcoin-based coins on Amazon

Online craft retailer Etsy will launch a Bitcoin-compatible marketplace on Amazon this month.

The company announced its plans during a conference call, which was posted on the company’s website and was attended by executives from the Bitcoin industry and the e-commerce industry.

Etsy will offer a platform for merchants to sell their goods through the platform, where sellers can upload pictures of their products to a virtual store.

This platform will also allow sellers to accept Bitcoin payments.

The platform is not a bitcoin exchange, but the company said it will allow buyers and sellers to trade cryptocurrencies.

The virtual store will offer “exclusives” that are not available on Amazon, such as a curated selection of handmade art.

Etsy has been experimenting with Bitcoin as a payment option in the past, but its launch of this new marketplace has drawn interest from merchants and developers.

This is the first time Etsy has launched an online Bitcoin exchange, which the company says has “huge potential.”

Etsy has a lot of momentum in the Bitcoin ecosystem.

In November, the company announced that it has signed an exclusive agreement with Coinbase, a major Bitcoin exchange and wallet service provider, to offer Bitcoin-backed payment methods.

Bitcoin has been used in several ways in the global economy, including as a way to pay for goods and services, and to trade online.

The Bitcoin market capitalization of the Bitcoin wallet service Coinbase is more than $4.7 billion, according to CoinMarketCap.com.

In September, the Bitcoin-focused Bitcoin Cash exchange launched a trading platform that lets users trade Bitcoin for cash.

In June, the startup announced a partnership with Bitcoin payment processor Coinbase to create a Bitcoin wallet app.

In April, the platform launched its own Bitcoin wallet, Bitcoin Wallet, which lets users store Bitcoin in their wallets.

The site now allows users to send and receive Bitcoin in-app.

For businesses that want to accept bitcoin payments, Etsy said it has partnered with BitPay, the payment processor and payment processor for the cryptocurrency.

Etsy said the new platform will allow merchants to accept payments in bitcoin, and will provide them with a means to accept payment from users who pay in bitcoin.

Etsy is also experimenting with other Bitcoin payment methods, including in-store purchases, as well as online shopping, but said it’s unsure of the extent of the market for these payments.