The one of the largest accounting companies PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC) has used its first bitcoin payment for its advisory services. PwC in Hong Kong is working with a several startups which involves in bitcoin and the wider cryptocurrency industry. That's why PWC decided to accept the bitcoin cryptocurrency.
Also PwC called that it will give advice to clients about crypto funds and investments, cryptocurrency exchanges and initial coin offerings.
This decision helps illustrate how we are embracing new technology and incorporating innovative business models across our full range of services.
PwC Asia-Pacific chairman
PwC became the second from ‘big four’ accounting companies who accept bitcoin as payments for its services. The first firm was Ernst & Young (EY) from Switzerland which accepted bitcoin for auditing and advisory services. Also EY installed a Bitcoin ATM among its offices. EY is providing employees with a digital bitcoin wallet within its in-house EY wallet app.