Brisbane Airport will be the first airport for accepting the Cryptocurrency as a payment

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Cryptocurrencies will be accepted as a payment method by Brisbane Airport

 According to the reports, Brisbane Airport (BNE), soon will be becoming the first cryptocurrency airport terminal. The airport is now working with the local and international companies in order to make the entire terminal into cryptocurrency friendly. The airport will access the cryptocurrency payments in Stores, Coffee Shops, Restaurants through accepting Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Dash.

The Airport announced:

“Travellers will soon be able to use TravelbyBit’s cryptocurrency payment system, including Bitcoin, Dash, Ethereum and other digital currencies, to dine and shop at stores.”

 The idea behind this change is to make the sense for the airport, as the number of crypto investors increases.

Roel Hellemons, the General Manager of Strategic Planning and Development said:

“Many people around the world have made money investing in cryptocurrencies and a lot of these people travel internationally, so it makes sense to offer a digital currency experience within our terminals.”

The airport will be collaborating with the TravelbyBit, which is known as a Cryptocurrency Payment System, I order to allow the users to have the digitalization.

This revolution shows Australia’s growing interest towards cryptocurrencies and as well as digital payment methods, rather than getting into the negative perspectives of other countries. The recent ban from China and threats from South Africa, the openness of Australian policy will definitely become a great change and a beneficial prospect to the Australian citizens.

Hellemons included:

“This is just the beginning for us as we hope to expand the digital currency option across the business, so watch this space.”

Nishanth Shetty

Nishanth Shetty is a technical writer, author and a crypto-advisor working at Cryptofame. Based in the city of dreams, Mumbai, on the west coast of India. He holds a bachelors degrees from Mangalore University. Nishanth has a myriad experience of technical writings for tech brands. His interests include technology, travel, and food.