Dutch energy supplier BAS to accept Bitcoin

Dutch energy supplier BAS to accept Bitcoin

BAS founder Arash Azami says Bitcoin connects perfectly with his company's philosophy. Dutch energy supplier BAS Nederland allows it customers to pay using Bitcoins. BAS Nederland will be the first energy company around the world to offer this possibility. Founder Arash Aazami says that Bitcoin connects with the company's filosofy to reduce our dependence of old, limiting systems. Connects perfectly with Bitcoin. BAS stands for 'Beneficial to All Stakeholders'. The company aims to help its customers to progress towards complete independence of parties' energy. They see energy as a basic....


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