Botach Tactical is a web-based retailer offering a vast array of products related to the firearms and tactical industry, with hundreds of brands listed in their digital catalog. Headquartered out of Las Vegas, Botach provides some specialty services that are often absent from other businesses. Some of these include a robust initiative in open box and trade-in items, especially law enforcement department trade-in equipment. They are also a licensed firearms dealer, with more than a hundred models of guns listed on their website as of the time of this writing. A small number of these are restricted to LE purchase only, like Heckler and Koch MP5 and MP7 submachine guns, but most are available for public purchase. Now if you’re into cryptocurrency, Botach has announced that they’re now able to take Bitcoin as an accepted form of payment. See more crypto- and Botach-related news items from TFB’s past reporting listed below.
Bitcoin and Botach @ TFB:
- TFB Review: Kley-Zion Bolt Cleaning Tools by Botach
- REX SILENTIUM – Use Bitcoin To Buy Your Suppressor
- CRYPTO GUNS: The Case For Blockchains In The Firearms Industry
- TUSC Cryptocurrency Focuses On Payments For The Firearms Industry
Botach’s Bitcoin-acceptance press release reads as follows:
Botach Now Accepting Bitcoin as Form of Payment
Bitcoin is revolutionizing the financial world.
By providing a fast and private payment method, Bitcoin makes it easy for individuals to
do business securely.
For over 30 years, Botach Inc. has been an industry leader in supplying Tactical Gear to
US Law Enforcement & Military Personnel.
At Botach, we believe our customer’s right to privacy. Accepting Bitcoin provides an
additional layer of privacy.
We have partnered with OpenNode to process transactions in the most secure and
Customers can find the OpenNode payment gateway on our checkout page.
We are also working to begin accepting additional crypto currencies such as Ethereum
and Dogecoin in the near future.
So what do you think, readers? Are you involved in any cryptocurrency trading? Who’s been fortunate enough to ride the Bitcoin wave up from almost nothing to the $30,000+ value where it’s sitting as of the time of this writing? Would you use crypto to buy guns and gear, or not? Why or why not? Would you like to see additional cryptocurrencies taken by Botach or other retailers? What about any other forms of non-traditional payment? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below, and best of luck with your Bitcoin, Dogecoin, ammo investments, and more! See you at the range.