Today, the number of countries that receive
payments with Bitcoin
continues to grow. As an alternative to existing financial systems, the popularity
without inflationary pressure is growing day by day. As a result of the European Union’s breakthroughs in crypto coins, a trend has emerged that has spread to the continent and thus the foundation of crypto coins has been strengthened in Europe. Perhaps the most important of these breakthroughs is that more than 2,500 points in Europe have started to receive payments with cryptocurrencies in order to facilitate payment with digital currencies.
Austria, the center of Europe, is known as one of the countries that led the development of Bitcoin. In most European countries, such as Austria, Bitcoin, Ethereum and Ripple
continue to spread by the hundreds. Altcoins such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin
in Austria available for purchase. Another important development in Austria regarding Bitcoin is the opening of the world’s first Bitcoin bank in Vienna. With this bank, investors can easily perform Bitcoin trading transactions and convert their Bitcoins to euros through ATMs in the bank. He emphasizes that transactions are more secure in an anonymous way because digital accounts are not registered in a specific location, and that sellers will not be able to access any data such as credit card information when users make a purchase with their Bitcoin accounts. With the establishment of the first ATM that can be transacted with Bitcoin, more than 20 restaurants, bistros and bars in Vienna accept payments with Bitcoin.
According to research conducted in the United Kingdom, 3.86 percent of the population, that is, about 2 Million Britons own Bitcoin or Altcoins. Compared to last year, the number of people who have bought crypto money has grown by 3 percent in the UK, the knowledge in the crypto money sector is increasing and the interest in Bitcoin In this case, the effect is known to be high. In addition, the British have a high expectation of a long-term rise in Bitcoin in the future. For this reason, 46% of British cryptocurrency owners store their stocks on the stock exchange where they bought them, adding that about 41% of these investors will hold their investments for at least 3 more years. Land Rover, which is headquartered in the UK, could not remain indifferent to the increase in interest in Bitcoin and included Bitcoin in a video it published.
Switzerland is one of the favorite European countries that has come to the forefront with
initiatives. The Swiss government is encouraging such businesses to run their operations with new tax laws that reduce legal barriers to Bitcoin and blockchain startups. Another European country, Germany, has officially recognized Bitcoin as a legal financial instrument. Germany is clearly leading the way in crypto regulation. German financial authorities have drawn a clear framework for the legal status of cryptocurrencies, especially Bitcoin.
With the increasing number of stores, e-commerce sites, and even ATMs on the list of places that have passed Bitcoin, it seems that the share of reality in the adoption of cryptocurrency on a mass basis is increasing.