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WINERIES
START ACCEPTING BITCOIN
PAYMENTS TODAY!
LOW TRANSACTION FEES, NO CHARGEBACKS
Bitcoin has gone
mainstream.
In less than two months since e-commerce giant
Overstock.com began accepting bitcoin payments...
Many Brands Now Accept Bitcoin
3
Even Wineries Are
Accepting Bitcoin
• Pyramid Valley Vineyards - New Zealand
• Mondo Cellars - Paso Robles, CA
• Rollingda...
Your Winery Can Start
Accepting Bitcoins Too.
Introducing Coin Of Sale, a device-independent
Bitcoin POS payment system fo...
Bitcoin POS For
Wineries
6
• Coin Of Sale allows any retailer to
safely accept and manage payments
in bitcoin
• Accept bit...
What Is Bitcoin?
7
Bitcoin is a new digital
currency created with
no middle men –
meaning, no banks.
Customers buy things
...
5 Merchant Benefits
8
Lower Cost
Credit card fees usually run about
2-4% plus $.30 per swipe. Bitcoin
transaction fees usin...
In the winery business, the average
pretax profit margin is less than 10%.
If card processors charge 3-5% just
to process y...
"We’ve been testing Coin Of Sale in one of our restaurants
for a month now and we're so happy with it that we're
rolling i...
"We accept bitcoin. We were increasingly getting
requests from our international customers to be able
to pay with bitcoin....
"After trying Coin Of Sale in two of our restaurants,
Mariko's and Bartini, we're rolling it out to our other
venues."
- P...
"Artistry Cafe was the first user of Coin Of Sale.
We're proud to see that our feedback has helped
this product evolve into...
"We are one of the oldest Apple-focused computer
stores. We recently switched from Blockchain to
Coin Of Sale."
- Martin A...
Schedule your free demo.
15
Contact: Jon Samsel - 1-626-236-6109
coinofsale.com | jon@coinofsale.com | skype: jon.samsel
S...
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How Wineries Can Accept Bitcoin To Boost Profits

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Here are five great reasons wineries should accept bitcoin payments right now:

1. Generate incremental sales.

If you want your customers to spend more, make it easy for them! Setup your business to start accepting bitcoin.

Bitcoin users tend to be smart, high net worth consumers who prefer to purchase goods using bitcoin over other methods. And evidence shows that bitcoiners tend to make more frequent purchases than consumers who use cash or credit cards. This means that they will gravitate toward merchants that offer them ability to pay for goods and services via bitcoin. What does this mean? Incremental sales for your business.

Keep in mind that your competitors may already be accepting bitcoins, or soon will. If you don't start accepting bitcoin payments, your customers may decide to go elsewhere. Remember, convenience is a strong factor that influences a buying decision.

2. Lower Transaction Costs.

Credit card fees run anywhere from 2-5% plus $.30 per swipe. Bitcoin transaction fees using the Coin Of Sale POS are only .59%!

How does this impact your bottom line? Let's say the average pretax profit margin in your industry is 10%. If card processors charge 2-5% just to process your payments, then up to 50% of your profits are given to banks at the push of a button!

Sure, the majority of today's consumers buy goods and services using credit cards. A much smaller amount uses cash. Digital currencies such as bitcoin are a distant third. However, the regulatory environment is moving towards acknowledgement of cryptocurrencies (bitcoin the best known out of them) as true currencies. This means that the use of bitcoins for payments will continue to rise as more and more people learn about it.

3. No Chargebacks.

When you accept bitcoin payments, there are no chargebacks -- meaning there is less rick to the seller, For this single reason alone merchants should applaud bitcoin payments.

The total cost of chargebacks is between $10-20 billion annually in the United States alone. Your chargeback rate can have a huge impact on your bottom line.

Be smart. Try accepting bitcoin.

4. Ease of Use

When you work with a bitcoin POS such as Coin Of Sale, you'll discover that it's fast to get up and running. All you and your customer need is access to a web browser from any iPhone, Android phone, tablet or laptop.

a) Open your Coin Of Sale login page & enter the details of your sale
b) Tap "generate" to display your QR code
c) Customer scans QR code with their phone and taps to pay

That's it!

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Jon Samsel
US Rep: 626-236-6109

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Transcript of "How Wineries Can Accept Bitcoin To Boost Profits"

  1. 1. WINERIES START ACCEPTING BITCOIN PAYMENTS TODAY! LOW TRANSACTION FEES, NO CHARGEBACKS
  2. 2. Bitcoin has gone mainstream. In less than two months since e-commerce giant Overstock.com began accepting bitcoin payments, the online retailer has already surpassed $1m in total sales -- and forecasts up to $20m in bitcoin sales by end of 2014.
  3. 3. Many Brands Now Accept Bitcoin 3
  4. 4. Even Wineries Are Accepting Bitcoin • Pyramid Valley Vineyards - New Zealand • Mondo Cellars - Paso Robles, CA • Rollingdale Winery - British Columbia • Picnic Wine Company - Napa Valley 4
  5. 5. Your Winery Can Start Accepting Bitcoins Too. Introducing Coin Of Sale, a device-independent Bitcoin POS payment system for retail merchants.
  6. 6. Bitcoin POS For Wineries 6 • Coin Of Sale allows any retailer to safely accept and manage payments in bitcoin • Accept bitcoin via iPhone, iPad, Android, Android 2.x, laptop, or any browser-based device! • Only 0.59% of each transaction, no set-up, no extra hardware required, and no recurring monthly rental fees • No contract required
  7. 7. What Is Bitcoin? 7 Bitcoin is a new digital currency created with no middle men – meaning, no banks. Customers buy things with bitcoin just like they would using cash or credit cards.
  8. 8. 5 Merchant Benefits 8 Lower Cost Credit card fees usually run about 2-4% plus $.30 per swipe. Bitcoin transaction fees using the Coin Of Sale POS are only .59%! No Chargebacks Get Publicity It’s early in Bitcoin’s adoption so press stories can be written about “the first xxx” to accept bitcoin in a given area. Generate Sales Attract smart, savvy consumers who prefer to purchase goods using bitcoin over other methods. Incremental, high dollar amount. Ease of Use Fast set up. Use any web browser. Back-office management consule. Set staff rules. Create reports. Transfer coins.
  9. 9. In the winery business, the average pretax profit margin is less than 10%. If card processors charge 3-5% just to process your payments, then up to 50% of your profits are given to banks at the push of a button. Source: 2014 SVB Wine Report http://www.svb.com/wine-report
  10. 10. "We’ve been testing Coin Of Sale in one of our restaurants for a month now and we're so happy with it that we're rolling it out to other locations as well." - Oldrich Peprla, Subway 10
  11. 11. "We accept bitcoin. We were increasingly getting requests from our international customers to be able to pay with bitcoin. They don’t want to be worried about exchange rates and costly transaction fees." - Caine Thompson, managing director of Pyramid Valley Vineyards 11
  12. 12. "After trying Coin Of Sale in two of our restaurants, Mariko's and Bartini, we're rolling it out to our other venues." - Patrik Fok, WWW Concepts Group 12
  13. 13. "Artistry Cafe was the first user of Coin Of Sale. We're proud to see that our feedback has helped this product evolve into a seamless payment solution for merchants." - Prashant Somosundram, Artistry Cafe 13
  14. 14. "We are one of the oldest Apple-focused computer stores. We recently switched from Blockchain to Coin Of Sale." - Martin Arm, Apple Corner 14
  15. 15. Schedule your free demo. 15 Contact: Jon Samsel - 1-626-236-6109 coinofsale.com | jon@coinofsale.com | skype: jon.samsel Singapore | Temecula
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