Slowly but surely, bitcoin is gathering momentum as a payment method. The list of retailers accepting crypto payments continues to expand. Most recently, IGA, a major Australian supermarket network started accepting payments in bitcoin.
Paying for Groceries with BTC Now a Reality
IGA is a network of independent retailers comprising over 1400 stores spread all over Australia. Now, these stores are accepting payments in bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
According to Nugget’s News reports, TravelbyBit co-founder Caleb Yeoh collaborated with IGA Supermarkets Australia to equip each of its supermarket checkouts with a TravelbyBit’s point-of-sale (PoS) device that supports payments in Bitcoin, Ether (ETH), Litecoin (LTC), and Binance Coin (BNB). Yeoh told Nugget’s News,
“Regardless of whether I’m buying eggs, milk, fruit, or vegetables, I now have a way to pay for my groceries with cryptocurrency. The same goes for any other cryptocurrency owners shopping at Bowen Hills IGA.” – Yeoh”
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