Venezuela Airport will accept payments in Bitcoin.
One of the main international airports of Venezuela is making preparations to start accepting Bitcoin as a way of payment.
Simón Bolívar International Airport has announced agreements for BTC, Dash, and Oil-pegged Crypto Token from Venezuela, Petro, for airport services.
Preparations to adopt cryptomonecura as payment.
Previously, the Venezuelan regional news transmission company, the century, reported that the country’s largest international airport is interested in cryptomon as a payment method.
The giant, Venezuela International Airport, Simón Bolívar International Airport, also called “Maiquetia”, has announced its interest in the use of cryptomones for payments. The huge airport is 12 miles away from the capital of Venezuela, Caracas.
Freddy Borges, the director of the Maiquetía airport, declared that as time passes rapidly, Venezuelans should also evolve. He also announced that the massive airport would accept numerous digital coins as a means of payment for flight reserves and other services.
In addition, Borges said that Managing Administrators would soon release new payment methods in collaboration with the national superintendence of the country of Crypto assets and related activities.
The adoption of payments in digital currency at the airport will mark the commitments of Maiquetía towards international improvements. He pointed out that this is also due to the rapid acceptance of cryptomones that is massively perceived within the country and around the world.
In addition, the executive added that foreign tourists take advantage of payments in Crypto, including Russians.
Digital currency of the central bank of Venezuela
Currently, Venezuela is experimenting with its digital currency of the Central Bank (CBDC), a new Crypto-Asset as a destination of its national currency.
The country also launched a CBDC as it is the Venezuelan digital Bolivar on October 1. However, the Central Bank of Venezuela declared that the CBDC would not be worth more or less than the National Token, but it would only be used as a digitized means to access the currency.
As of October 1, the CBDC was launched with a Venezuelan Bolivar that has an equivalent value in its digitized form. Even the banknotes of 5 to 100 bolivars had their own digitized equivalents.
In addition, the Token Petro was implemented in February 2018 as one of the country’s national digital currencies. Unlike the CBDC currency, which is backed by the Venezuelan national currency, Petro is backed by the nation’s oil.
Companies that accept Bitcoin as a payment method.
In August 2021, the airlines, Turpial of the Venezuelan company adopted a BTC-based payment option. Meanwhile, Caracas Air, the largest aviation training institute in the country, offered discounts to their students who pay through Bitcoin.
In addition, the food industry does not loosen in accept Bitcoin, taking advantage of Crypto’s fame within the country. For example, Pizza Hut began accepting the payments of Ethereum and Bitcoin last year in November.
Even Burger King had adopted Dash and Bitcoin as a means of payment in January and more than 40 restaurants in the country
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