Buy IWC Watches with Bitcoin

Cryptocurrencies are taking the world by storm and as always, Jura Watches is ahead of the rest officially becoming one of the first online luxury watch retailers to accept cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin as a payment method. This means you can finally buy IWC watches with crypto on the Jura Watches website alongside a huge selection of other leading brands like Breitling, TAG Heuer, Grand Seiko, Longines, Montblanc and more.

To buy IWC watches with Bitcoin, simply head to the Jura Watches website here and add your desired timepiece to the basket. Make your way through the checkout process and when you hit the “Payment Method”, select the Coinbase Commerce option. From there, you can select your cryptocurrency of choice including Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Ethereum (ETH), Dai (DAI), Litecoin (LTC) and USD Coin (USDC). Then all you need to do is scan the QR code or copy the details provided to send the calculated cryptocurrency amount to the corresponding address. Your luxury watch order will then be processed by the team!

About IWC Schaffhausen

The story of IWC, otherwise known as the “International Watch Company”, first began when Florentine Ariosto Jones, an American engineer and watchmaker travelled to Switzerland in 1868. With a plan to combine the outstanding craftsmanship of the Swiss with modern engineering technology he bought with him from overseas and the hydropower sourced from the nearby River Rhine, he began creating high quality pocket watches for the American market. 

Five years later, in 1880, Jones sold IWC to Johannes Rauschenbach-Vogel, an industrial engine manufacturer in Schaffhausen. Unfortunately, just a year later, Rauschenbach-Vogel died and IWC was passed down to his son Johannes who proved to be a remarkable innovator. In 1885, IWC revealed the first watch with a digital hours and minutes display, famously known as the Pallweber system. Then in 1887 we saw the release of the Manufacture of Magique, a pocket watch in a cabriolet case with a 24 hour display, and in 1899 came the first IWC wristwatch.  

In more recent years, IWC has become one of the most widely known faces of the Richemont Group portfolio, leading the industry with their stunning collections of timepieces including their iconic Pilots and Portugieser watch collections. They continue to innovate on a daily basis, astounding watch collectors everywhere with their designs from remarkable split-seconds chronographs to unique bronze watch cases to highly collectible IWC limited editions.