a
Print
version

The Most Crypto-Tolerant Cities of Europe

  • 12
The rating was prepared by Fast Private Jet which specializes in business aviation.

What happened? Buying goods and services with cryptocurrency is becoming easier. Fast Private Jet, a company specializing in business aviation, has compiled a rating of European cities where it is easiest to pay with digital assets.

  • Ljubljana. The capital of Slovenia has a lot of hotels, restaurants, and even shops accepting cryptocurrency (72 stores and 33 sports facilities). According to the company's estimates, there are more points in Slovenia accepting payments in virtual currency than in the entire United States, and Ljubljana is preparing to become a bitcoin city.
  • Prague. In the Czech capital, you can use digital assets to pay for many services and goods, including groceries and rent.
  • Madrid. Since 2021, the Spanish capital has adopted rules for the use of virtual currency. With virtual currency, you can buy gift cards and vouchers, as well as pay for Netflix or Amazon subscriptions.
  • Rome. You can pay with digital assets in five bars and restaurants, 20 hotels, two nightclubs, 16 stores, one sports club.
  • Vienna. With 11 shops and nine restaurants, the capital of Austria closes the TOP 5 in the ranking of the most loyal cryptocurrencies cities in Europe.

Source: Idealista

Quoting conditions of Prian.info materials

Share the link:
Tags: The cost of living, Tourism

Read also

Spain Allows Entry to Unvaccinated Tourists
Travelers will only need a COVID test.
Italy Has Lifted All Coronavirus Restrictions on the Tourists' Entry
From June 1, visitors do not need to present a vaccination certificate, a certificate of...
The Most Everrated and Undervalued Real Estate in the EU
The prices are mostly understated in Ireland and overstated in Luxembourg.
Rents in the EU Have Increased Together With House Prices
Eurostat has studied trends in housing prices and rental rates over the past 11 years.
The Court Lifted the Ban on Tourist Accommodation in Palma de Mallorca
The judges considered that the municipal ban of 2018 is disproportionate and unnecessary.
The Pandemic Has Led to a Rise in House Prices in Sardinia
The Italian island has become a real magnet for those who want to escape from the ubiquitous...