Buy Gold with Bitcoin
Alex Lexington is glad to announce now accept Bitcoin as a payment method for gold bullion and other precious metals via leading payment processor BitPay.
As one of the most trusted precious metal dealers in the industry Alex Lexington will be providing cutting edge service now accepting Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash to provide greater choice to customers, both when making a purchase online or voice brokering for larger transactions. Alex Lexington’s online platform allows customers to pay using any Bitcoin wallet and complete their order in seconds, without leaving the site.
Buying gold bullion online with Bitcoin or Bitcoin Cash is easy via the Alex Lexington shop, just follow the transaction process to the payment method selection page and click on Bitcoin. There is a small surcharge for paying online with Bitcoin or Bitcoin Cash and this fee will be applied at this stage. A window will appear from BitPay allowing the customer to scan a QR code to complete the payment or they can copy the address and send the correct amount of Bitcoin to that address from any BIP-70 compatible Bitcoin wallet such as Mycelium, Copay or Bitpay.
Customers can also contact via phone for larger transactions by calling Alex Lexington on (404) 815-8893, and we will confirm the transaction with you and send you an email invoice from Bitpay.
How to pay a bitpay merchant
Receiving funds can take 1 – 2 days and we will notify the customer once received and dispatch their order if they have chosen delivery. For transactions above $10,000, our usual Anti-Money Laundering and Know Your Client procedures apply; we require a valid photo ID and proof of address, dated within the last 3 months.
Bitcoin is a relatively currency, a medium of exchange used by millions of people worldwide however physical gold, silver and other metals have been considered reliable store of value and a tool for wealth preservation for thousands of years. Bitcoin may be the world’s newest currency, but physical Gold is undoubtedly it’s oldest and most reliable. Nothing in life is certain, but gold and silver will more likely than not retain their value or grow over time whereas paper currencies tend to decline and lose their purchasing power.