Samsung shops in the Baltic countries would accept cryptocurrency :

Samsung shops in the Baltic countries would accept cryptocurrency

Samsung stores located in the capitals of the Baltic countries would now pay for payment via 7 cryptocurrencies.

The Baltic countries are known to be ahead of the adoption of new technologies for several years. Crypto-currencies are very popular in the 3 small states of Eastern Europe, particularly in Estonia.

According to an article published yesterday by CopPay, a Swiss startup, customers of the Samsung stores in Riga, Latvia, Tallinn, Estonia and Vilnius / Kaunas, Lithuania can now buy Samsung computers or other televisions with a payment in bitcoin or via 6 other digital currencies.

The European fintech CopPay offers the intermediary between virtual currency users and stores (physical and online). Thanks to its service, merchants can accept Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Dash, Ripple, Nem or Steem. CopPay wrote:

"There is a growing trend towards enterprise digitization and allowing customers to pay for cryptocurrency goods and services, whether at large groups or at local restaurants. CopPay launches a reference program designed to accelerate the adoption of crypto-payment across Europe. "

The company also said that this payment method will soon be available on Samsung's online stores. No official announcement of the Samsung group has been made on this subject.

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