More developments are coming into the cryptocurrency space with diverse firms creating outstanding use cases for digital assets. As crypto lovers are pushing for mass adoption, different events are giving the whole space a rollercoaster since Bitcoin was thought of some years back.
Late 2017, Bitcoin (BTC) saw a historic high of $20,000 giving an average Joe in our society the advantage to have information, even if little, about Bitcoin.
As the awareness to get people well-acquainted with Bitcoin’s growth, BTC needs to enter some industries where it could have more progress. This is exactly manifesting in what Bitcoin Superstore is unveiling day by day.
Bitcoin Superstore Launches New Proof-of-Services with Bitcoin (BTC), Ripple (XRP), TRON (TRX), Few Others
In its bid to make sure its customers survive on cryptos while dishing old payment means, Bitcoin Superstore has unveiled new Proof of Services. This proof of services allows cryptocurrency enthusiasts to book travel, order groceries, and buy goods on over 200,000 stores across the globe.
Priceline Network alone has more than 700,000 hotels in over 71,000 destinations across the globe. The network operates in 135 offices across 50 plus countries, with over 700,000 room nights booked daily. As a popular hotel booking site, priceline has around 38.5 million verified guest reviews.
The same exists for Expedia. The platform is a Caesar in the $1.6 trillion travel industry with global reach.
Among the latest services offered by Bitcoin Superstore is the Proof-of-Delivery that permits customers to buy goods from nearly any online store across the world including Alibaba, Amazon, eBay and so on.
Another service to be launched on 1st May 2019 is the ProofOfPantry that makes it easy to buy groceries on the internet using Bitcoin (BTC) and a host of other assets supported by Bitcoin Superstore.
Bitcoin Superstore support Bitcoin, Dash, Ethereum, Litecoin, Monero, Nano, Tron, Verge, Viacoin and Ripple’s XRP.
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