Spanish Healthcare Group to Accept Cryptocurrency Payments, Citing Interest i...

Spanish Healthcare Group to Accept Cryptocurrency Payments, Citing Interest i...

Cryptocurrency regulation is still an ongoing topic for the Spanish government and regulators, with some not too friendly measures against crypto ads or enhancing tax rules. However, adoption is on the rise in different industries, and the healthcare sector is joining the frenzy. Patients Could Pay With Digital Assets Starting June 1 According to Forbes Negocios, the Spanish healthcare group Biziondo, specializing in spine treatments, will accept bitcoin (BTC) and other crypto asset payments within its clinical facilities across Spain. After seeing a rising adoption of what they called a....


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