Payments in Bitcoin are growing more and more in the baltic countries

The crypto-currencies are gaining in popularity in the baltic countries. They are composed of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia. In these countries, no regulation on crypto-currencies has not yet been adopted. Companies operating in various sectors, including real estate, e-commerce, hospitality industry and health care, benefit payments, cryptographic. In addition, some companies already offer their services on a global scale.

Source : Pixabay. The baltic countries are accepting payment in Bitcoin.

Real property purchased in Bitcoin

The crypto-currencies are becoming increasingly accepted in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. Moreover, it is now possible to buy a cup of coffee with Bitcoin. Souvenir shops, hotels, restaurants, bars, cafes, and even the orthopaedic clinics, accept today the digital currency, confirmed by the local media. It would seem that the baltic countries are poised to revolutionize the world of Bitcoin in Europe.

Payments in crypto-currencies have been introduced in the real estate sector by several companies selling plots of land and apartments in the baltic countries. Investors will soon be able to buy land and houses at Auriai, which is located near Vilnius, the Lithuanian capital. Real estate properties are also sold in Estonia and Latvia with virtual currency.

Buy clothes with crypto-currency

More than 30 shops in Vilnius accept payments in crypto-currencies, 26 in Tallinn, and 21 in Riga. According to Coinatmradar, it is now possible to find automatic teller machines (atms Bitcoin in the capitals of lithuania and estonia. The most professionals that accept digital currencies to operate within the hospitality industry and tourism.

Source : Pixabay. Installation of atms Bitcoin in the baltic countries.

There is about a month, the company United Colors of Benetton in Lithuania announced the acceptance of crypto-currencies. The stores of the fashion brand in Vilnius now support Bitcoin, Ethereum, NEM, and Dash.

Source : NewsBitcoin