Dutch Energy Company BAS Nederland Accepting Bitcoin Payments

Dutch Energy Company BAS Nederland Accepting Bitcoin Payments

Dutch energy company BAS Nederland announced on Thursday that is accepting bitcoin payments from customers, making it the first energy company in the world to do so. According to the company's founder, the move aligns with the company's philosophy of breaking free and reducing dependence from old-school systems: "Just like BAS, the aim of Bitcoin is to increase independence, ownership, and to empower people to create value themselves. All of these elements appeal to a global audience that breaks free from declining old-world systems, and looks for solutions that serve not only themselves,....


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