With a digital currency now being accepted at major retailers across the globe, one of the biggest hurdles facing anyone attempting to buy a Bitcoin is obtaining the digital currency.
One such place that has recently been hit with a lot of complaints about how they are accepting Bitcoin is The Verge.
One user has since posted on Reddit that the company has recently removed Bitcoin from its website.
The Verge has since issued an apology, and has issued a statement regarding the situation.
According to a statement from The Verge, they were told to remove the Bitcoin from the site for “technical reasons” and were not allowed to provide any further information about the issue.
The statement also noted that they have been receiving complaints about their policies from customers.
The Verge has stated that they are “deeply committed to open communication” and that they will be addressing the situation and refunding any customers who were not able to buy Bitcoin through the website.
In their statement, The Verge stated that the reason why the site was removed is because they “did not have the technical ability to handle the amount of requests we were receiving.”
In a statement, Bitcoin.com said that they do not support cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, and have not received complaints from customers who purchased Bitcoin using their site.
They also added that their policies and processes were in place to prevent fraudulent transactions from occurring.
The Verge was recently purchased by PayPal, who announced that they would no longer accept Bitcoin payments.
They did not address any of the problems they experienced with The Verge site, but did say that they want to work with them to make their services as reliable as possible.