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So guys, an international airport in Venezuela, namely Simón Bolívar International Airport, will start accepting crypto to purchase tickets and pay for other goods and services. Also known as Maiquetia, this airport is located in the center of Caracas, the capital city of the country nicknamed The Land of Grace.
According to the airport director, Simón Bolívar International Airport plans to accept many cryptocurrencies, not only Bitcoin but also Dash and a local digital currency whose backed asset is Venezuelan oil, namely Petro, as a means of payment. With this plan in place, the airport administration will introduce new payment options and is coordinating with the central crypto surveillance agency in Venezuela.
The introduction of crypto payments at this airport marks the company’s commitment to advancing towards international standards and encouraging the adoption of digital currencies. Of course, this will benefit the Venezuelan economy as it will attract many foreign tourists who are hard-core crypto believers. The news about the planned introduction of crypto as a means of payment at this international airport appears allegedly because Venezuela is experimenting with the South American country’s digital asset.
Although this is a new policy for Venezuela, there is already an airline from Latvia, namely airBaltic, which has started accepting ETH and DOGE as an instrument for paying for tickets before.
Well, after listening to a bit of explanation above, do you think you are interested in visiting Venezuela? Do you think that international airports in Indonesia will accept crypto as a means of payment for ticket purchases like this country does one day? Let’s write the answer in the comments column. Oh yes, for those of you who have not registered yourself at Indodax, you can visit this link.