Bitcoin Adoption Boost: US Convenience Store Giant Is Now Accepting Bitcoin

The mainstream adoption of Bitcoin and crypto has been one of the main goals that the crypto market has set a while ago. There have been a lot of moves made in this direction and these continue.

For instance, the latest reports reveal that there’s a US convenience giant that is now accepting Bitcoin.

Important BTC adoption move

Cointelegraph no test that te retail crypto payment acceptance in the United States continues to grow as Sheetz announces plans to allow the use of crypto in its outlets across the country.

In a release that has been issued on Thursday, the convenience store chain announced its partnership with digital payments provider Flexa to enable customers to pay for products and services with cryptocurrencies.

According to the same online publication mentioned above, as part of the announcement, Sheetz revealed that the crypto payment option was for both in-store items and gas pumps at their over 600 outlets across Pennsylvania, Ohio, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina and West Virginia.

“Cryptocurrencies that will be accepted by the convenience store chain include Bitcoin (BTC), Ether (ETH), Litecoin (LTC) and Dogecoin (DOGE), among others,” the same outlet writes.

Check out more details in the complete article. 

Someone said: “Accepting bitcoin is BS, too volatile, no one will be paying with BTC. It is like paying with gold instead of fiat….businesses need to start accepting stable coins, that would make much more sense and would speed up crypto mass adoption.”

Another follower posted this: “I got into btc because of the fundamentals and the fact it would benefit us all. Especially those who do not and can not have access to traditonal banking. If we sell we endanger that possibility . HOLD”

One follower said: “I couldnt even use Apple Pay at most places in the US a few years back. Reminds me of when America had the worst mobile phone tech compared to Europe for years then the iPhone launched and changed everything. Bitcoin is the iPhone.”

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