AT&T Telecom Giant Accepts Bitcoin (BTC)
The crypto market is doing better today and Bitcoin along with the other altcoins are all trading in the green.
Now, it seems that the main subject of the day remains crypto adoption, and the latest news is also involving another use case of crypto and another giant company accepting Bitcoin.
It really seems that more relevant companies worldwide are starting to expand their services, and instead of fighting innovation, they are riding the crypto and the blockchain wave.
More entities are implementing crypto payments in their services, and this could not be greater for mainstream adoption.
AT&T accepts Bitcoin payments
According to the latest reports, AT&T telecommunication company is the US starts accepting Bitcoin payments.
As a customer of the firm, you will be able to pay with BTC online by heading over to your MyAT&T and choosing the option for BitPay, a platform that allows merchants to accept BTC.
Kevin McDorman, vice president, AT&T Communications finance business operations has this to say about the new option:
“We’re always looking for ways to improve and expand our services. We have customers who use cryptocurrency, and we are happy; we can offer them a way to pay their bills with the method they prefer.”
The daily Hodl reports that AT&T said over 400 million people in the US and Mexico have access to its 4G LTE network.
With more than 260,000 employees worldwide, the company provides voice services for more than 200 countries.
We’ve presented these numbers so that you can better understand the extensive coverage that the company has and the immense implications of it beginning to accept Bitcoin payments.
A lot of crypto experts have been predicting that 2019 will witness the mass adoption of digital assets, and they might have been right.
Now, all that’s missing is more regulation and unleashing the FOMO to the mainstream.
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