26/07/19 08:00 UTC-4

The largest airline, Norwegian, began accepting Bitcoin

CryptocurrencyNorwegian Airlines accepts cryptocurrencies
Norwegian Airlines accepts cryptocurrencies

On July 25, the largest airline in Europe, Norwegian, began to accept payment for cryptocurrency tickets, including the most popular Bitcoin, and also soon will allow tradingTrading
– is an economic term that means the process of independent trade, independent analysis of the market and the conclusion of trade transactions.Details
on the company's own crypto-exchange.

 

Cryptocurrencies in the Norwegian airline

Norwegian Airlines entered the crypto-space and began accepting cryptocurrencies as payment for air tickets. The downside is that the purchase of tickets will be available only to residents in Norway.

Interesting in the section: Top 5 travel agencies that accept Bitcoin

Also, customers will be able to trade on the Norwegian Stock-Exchange (NBX), which is scheduled to launch in early August.

Another good news for customers is that NBX integrates the current rewards program so that participants can earn points by trading on the stock-exchange and then transfer the winnings to benefits, such as ticket discounts.

Norwegian Airlines accepts cryptocurrencies to pay for air tickets and launches a crypto-exchange. Recall that tourists and tour operators who visit sights in Yunnan province will soon be able to receive bills on mobile phones using the blockchainBlockchain
is a continuous and sequential block chain of information (digital linked list). When building a blockchain, copies of related blocks are simultaneously stored on multiple computers.Details
for online payments.

Editor: Yuliya Soroka

See also: "CoinLoan lending platform adds support for Bitcoin Cash"

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