TAR Aerolineas: First Latin American Airline to Accept Bitcoin Payments

TAR Aerolineas: First Latin American Airline to Accept Bitcoin Payments

Thanks to its partnership with OpenPay, a payment service provider in Mexico, TAR Aerolineas became the first Latin American airline to accept bitcoin payments. The regional airline is also the first merchant to accept bitcoin payments through OpenPay's platform. TAR Aerolineas decided to explore this route since they wanted to create value for their customers, as well as stimulate the tourism industry in Mexico. In accepting bitcoin payments from international clients, they are being more open to more travellers coming from abroad, particularly from the developed nations that have already....

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