The PRWIRE Press Releases https:// 2013-04-24T05:06:42Z DigiDeals.com.au - First ecommerce store to accept Bitcoins in Australia. 2013-04-24T05:06:42Z digideals-com-au-first-ecommerce-store-to-accept-bitcoins-in-australia Sydney, NSW April 24, 2013 - Bitcoin lovers in Australia can now buy consumer electronics online using their Bitcoins. Sydney based DigiDeals (https://digideals.com.au), a leading Australian online consumer electronics store, announced today that it has started accepting Bitcoins as an additional method of payment, besides credit cards, Paypal and bank transfer.Bitcoin is a decentralized digital currency first described in a 2008 paper by pseudonymous developer Satoshi Nakamoto, who called it an anonymous, peer-to-peer, electronic payments system. Bitcoins can be transferred through a computer or smartphone without an intermediate financial institution. Bitcoin is accepted in trade by various merchants and individuals in many parts of the world and is being purported as the first true international currency by its supporters. In a just a few years, Bitcoin economy has grown to the size of over 2 Billion USD, larger than most national currencies worldwide. DigiDeals is the first online store to accept Bitcoins in Australia.A company spokesperson said, "We believe that Bitcoin is the currency of the future and thousands of Australians have already embraced it. We want to provide our customers with flexible options to pay making the whole experience simpler and more pleasant for them.” Providing more information about the company, he further said that. “We, at DigiDeals, source our products from multiple suppliers to be able to provide our customers with the lowest prices than any other store. We have a wide variety of products ranging from digital cameras to computers and laptops; mobile devices and tablets; networking equipments, printers and other electronic devices."E-commerce in Australia continues to grow exponentially every year. The total online shopping expenditure this year is expected to cross $16 Billion. Companies like Dick Smith, Harvey Norman and JB Hi Fi hold the majority share in this industry. DigiDeals is trying to gain a bigger share in this market with its competitive prices, distinguished customer support and innovative approach to online retail. Within a few months of launching, the company has already served thousands of customers all over Australia, and continues to gain the trust of hundreds of new consumers each day.DigiDeals website can be accessed at https://digideals.com.au