A car part supplier in North America has started accepting bitcoin.
It’s a little complicated, but the only thing that matters is the fact that the supplier has accepted it.
The car part maker, Ross-Paul, has begun accepting bitcoin in the US, which is where it will continue to operate for the foreseeable future.
Ross-Paul is the first US car parts manufacturer to accept bitcoin as payment, a move that has allowed the company to move beyond traditional payment methods such as cash and credit cards.
The company started accepting the digital currency last month and expects to accept Bitcoin in the coming weeks.
Ross’s co-founder, David Gaffney, says that the payment system will help the company avoid transaction costs in the long term.
“We don’t have to be able to process all transactions in bitcoin.
It’s a much better option than cash,” Gaffny said.
He says that he is not worried about losing sales as the company continues to grow, but is more concerned about the negative effect of bitcoin on the automotive industry.
“Bitcoin will cause a huge disruption to the industry, which has been in decline for many years,” Gafney said.
“I would be very concerned if we were not able to make it work.
I think bitcoin will cause quite a bit of disruption to all of us, as well as the entire automotive industry.”
The first bitcoin accepted in the United States by a car parts supplier is an iPhone 6 case, which was purchased in November.
The supplier is accepting bitcoin as a form of payment, as the iPhone 6 Case has been accepted as payment in the past, and it was accepted as such last year.
The iPhone 6 Cases first purchase was made in December, 2016, at a price of $99.99.
It is worth noting that bitcoin has a higher transaction fee than cash, and Gaffey said that the company will continue with its payment processing methods for the iPhone.
Gaffney said that he expects to see a rise in the number of car parts suppliers accepting bitcoin this year.
“There will be a huge surge in demand, as people see this new currency as a cheaper alternative to cash, or credit cards,” Gaffeney said, “I think the supply will be quite high.”
Ross-Parry says it is unlikely that bitcoin will replace cash as a payment method, but it is possible that bitcoin could replace credit cards in some areas of the car industry.
For example, a manufacturer could pay for parts by accepting bitcoin and paying by credit card, rather than cash.
It could also be possible that a dealership would accept bitcoin payments, allowing them to get around the restrictions placed on credit cards, Gaffay said.
The most popular bitcoin payment option in the world, credit cards can be accepted for transactions in North American car dealerships.
In addition, bitcoin is currently accepted in several European countries, such as the Netherlands and Denmark, which means that the car parts industry in those countries is starting to see an influx of bitcoin-accepting businesses.
Bitcoin payments in North and South America have been increasing rapidly in recent years, and the United Kingdom has seen an influx in bitcoin payments as well.