Bessarabskiy Market, a Kyiv landmark since 1912, has started accepting payments for fruits and vegetables by crypto currency
Tuesday, September 4, 2018

Bessarabskiy Market, a Kyiv landmark since 1912, has started accepting payments for fruits and vegetables by crypto currency

Bessarabskiy Market, a Kyiv landmark since 1912, has started accepting payments for fruits and vegetables by crypto currency, through the Paytomat payment system, the Estonian company reports on its Facebook page. Using a single QR code and smartphone with a crypto-currency wallet, CryptoGlobe reports that shoppers can pay with Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin Gold, EOS, NANO, WAVES, Dash, Litecoin, NEM, and Ethereum.

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