Covering more than 1,400 stores, Bitcoin payments into the Australian retail network

Special currency is accumulating momentum as a form of payment, although the process is slow but the trend is positive. The list of retailers accepting cryptocurrency payments continues to expand. Recently, the Australian supermarket network IGA began accepting bitcoin payments.

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Now, using BTC to pay for groceries has become a reality.

IGA is an independent retailer network consisting of more than 1,400 stores across Australia. These stores are now accepting payments for Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.

According to Nugget's news report, TravelbyBit co-founder Caleb Yeoh has partnered with IGA Australia to equip each supermarket checkout with TravelbyBit's PoS device, which supports payment using BTC, ETH, LTC, etc. Yeoh told Nugget,


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