for your interest in paying with Bitcoin, one of the
fastest-growing currencies on the Internet. For those of you who
are new to this method of payment, take a look at our four
questions below; otherwise feel
free to click here and go right to the order form.
1. What is Bitcoin?
Bitcoin is a digital
currency, invented in 2009 by Satoshi Nakamoto.
Rather than being
issued and distributed via a central authority (such as a
government or bank),
bitcoins are generated by individual users' computers and
traded on a decentralized, peer-to-peer network. This feature has
helped propel Bitcoin to become one of the most valuable currencies in
2. Where do I get bitcoins?
Bitcoins can be generated on your computer! By obtaining software known as a bitcoin
miner, your computer can run in the
attempting to solve Bitcoin algorithms, currently yielding
bitcoins for each successful solution (the reward halves
from time to time). Unfortunately, with the extreme complexity of these
algorithms, it is highly unlikely one computer working alone can solve
them. You may want to join a pool, in which your CPU/GPU power is combined with that of thousands of other peoples' to
increase the chances of success -- if a "block" of bitcoins is found, they are then
distributed amongst you and the other pool miners according to your individual
The easiest way to obtain bitcoins is
by trading "real" currency (e.g. U.S. Federal Reserve Notes) or products (tobacco seeds). Currently the most popular and reliable Cash-For-Coin
exchanges on the Internet are BTC-E and Bitstamp (the latter is currently used as the basis for our pricing).
3. How do I purchase seeds using bitcoins?
It's easy! Simply fill out
the order form below, and then send
for 500 seeds, or
0.002 BTC to receive 1000 seeds and Curing Guide, to:
We will give maximum priority to your order, just as we do for cash-paying customers.
4. Where can I learn more about bitcoins?
If you would like to learn more, we highly recommend you visit the following websites:
- The homepage of Bitcoin, containing in and of itself many more
useful links. You can obtain the Bitcoin wallet software here,
which allows you to send and receive bitcoins.
- The world's largest bitcoin exchange, a great place to get
started collecting bitcoins for those without the computing
power to generate their own. Also provides handy exchange rate
tables, and allows you to cash in bitcoins that you have mined
in exchange for a fiat currency (such as USD).
- Many useful charts and tables -- especially for those
who want to "mine" Bitcoin -- listing major pools on the Bitcoin
network, current difficulty of the algorithm, and amount
of sheer computing power currently running to keep the system going.