Bitcoin Could Be Your Traveling Companion

Bitcoin Could Be Your Traveling Companion

At the start of this month, air traveling payment network UATP announced to integrate Bitcoin payments to its platform after inking a partnership with Bitnet, a payment processing platform. Though, this was not the first time that a traveling business acquainted a digital currency as its payment option. Earlier, a similar decision has been taken by popular traveling planners like WebJet, Expedia and CheapAir. According to statistics dating back in 2013, tourism industry had contributed around $6,990 billion to the overall global economy. A huge part of this income was generated from online....


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Cash can be equally as unsafe if you wish it to be if you don’t look after it properly. I think you have to go into any new technology or any new idea with your eyes open and be aware of the risks and as its use expands and becomes more prevalent across society then protocols change and security/safety systems develop.

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