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Seety, Shop and Worldline are among the many companies that have recently started accepting cryptocurrencies as a means of payment.

Park your car – pay in crypto

According to local media reports, Belgian startup – Seety – has enabled app customers to pay for parking sessions in Antwerp and Brussels using bitcoin (BTC). In addition to the primary cryptocurrency, the option includes six other digital assets, including ethereum (ETH) and dogecoin (DOGE)

. założyciele seety parkowanie za bitcoiny source: Seety

Customers who want to use the new payment option should purchase Seety credits through the app. Currently, they can use seven different cryptocurrencies. These are bitcoin (BTC), ethereum (ETH), bitcoin cash (BCH), litecoin (LTC), dogecoin (DOGE), Dai (DAI) and USD Coin (USDC).

Seety is a digital parking app founded by Hadrien Crespin and Nicolas Cognaux that operates not only in Belgium, but also in France, Luxembourg and the Netherlands. It has more than 350,000 active users. The company expects i its revenues to grow to 400,000 euros later this year.

Shop and BitPay

E-commerce giant ShopCom has also enabled its customers to make purchases using various cryptocurrencies.

The e-commerce portal has partnered

with BTC payment service provider BitPay to allow customers to make purchases in cryptocurrencies.

Users will be able to pay using bitcoin (BTC), bitcoin cash (BCH), ethereum (ETH), dogecoin (DOGE), wrapped bitcoin (WBTC), litecoin (LTC) and 5 stablecoins linked to USD (GUSD, USDC, PAX, DAI and BUSD).

International payment services company Worldline has also joined the group supporting the adoption of digital assets. WL Crypto Payments – an integrated service offered by Worldline and Bitcoin Suisse – will enable

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and has empowered 85,000 Swiss merchants to accept BTC and ETH as payment options at the point of sale (POS

) and in e-commerce.

Marc Schluep – CEO of Worldline Switzerland – commented

:

“The start of accepting cryptocurrencies at point of sale in Switzerland is a perfect demonstration of our ambition: Worldline wants to bring tangible value to merchants around the world and facilitate seamless and modern payments in all the markets where we operate.”

In addition, a certain coffee shop in Louisville plans to

accept DOGE as a payment method. The shop has even promised to change its name to “Dogebean”. For now, however, customers can only order online as the store is closed due to the rebranding.

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