United Colors of Benetton to Accept Crypto

Now clients can buy United Colors of Benetton clothes in Lithuania for Bitcoins, Ethers, Dash and Steem
30 March 2018   891

The Lithuanian division of United Colors of Benetton announced the beginning of acception of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies as a method of payment. In the future, the company believes, this option will be available in stores around the world, reports Trustnodes.

In addition to bitcoin, users can now pay with Ethereum, Dash, Nem and Steem in the stores of United Colors of Benetton in Vilnius. Processing support is provided by CopPa.

 In the future, payment by cryptocurrency will be available everywhere. We are pleased to announce that United Colors of Benetton in Vilnius are the first who will accept cryptocurrencies. We would like to support the idea of freedom and variety of different payment possibilities. Lithuania is already joining the world trend of money digitalization. Lithuanians actively contribute to the development of the crypto-infrastructure. Now you can pay with cryptocurrency in many restaurants, shops, boutiques, barbershops, computer services and fitness centers in Vilnius.
 

Arturas Zuokas

Co-owner,  Lithuanian franchise of United Colors of Benetton

Earlier this week, the Lithuanian processing unitary company Coingate signed an agreement with the e-commerce application Prestashop. The partnership will allow more than 80 thousand European shops to accept bitcoin and other crypto-currencies for payment.

South Koreans to Invest in Crypto Actively

In addition to the investment amounts, the share of those interested in investing in digital assets also increased
22 April 2019   95

The average amount of investments in cryptocurrency from South Korean invesetprs is $ 6,100, which is 64% more than last year, Cointelegraph reports.

According to a survey conducted by the Korean Fund for the Protection of Portfolio Investors, in addition to the investment amounts, the percentage of those interested in investing in digital assets also increased. Thus, 7.4% of the 2500 respondents have already acquired cryptocurrency (last year there were 6.4% of those). It is noteworthy that this figure has increased, despite several major break-ins of the South Korean crypto exchange, as well as tougher regulation of the industry.

Analysts connect the market with a recent bitcoin price jump and hope for a new bull rally.

Recall recently it became known that 94% of trust capital funds invest in cryptocurrency.