Lithuanian Narvesen network of shops and Lietuvos Spauda kiosks will sell BTC vouchers, NewsLogical.com can confirm. These structures were chosen, as their distributed chains are well developed and they can offer Bitcoin more effectively. Besides, the management of these network is favorably inclined towards cryptocurrency. At the same time, their clients meet the requirements of the target audience.
The main goal of the project is to simplify the acquisition of cryptocurrency for those who have never bought it. Owners can exchange the vouchers on the Rebiton startup website. To do this, the user has to fill the form including email address and Bitcoin wallet address. Identity documents are not required to get coins. Everyone can take a voucher for 50, 100 or 999 euros.
Recall that in February Liechtensteinische Post AG, the postal service started selling BTC in its network.
The service is available to residents of Vaduz, the capital of Liechtenstein. The postal service set to add support for other popular coins, including Ethereum, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash and XRP in the near future. The new service is conceivable due to the partnership of the Liechtensteinische Post with the Swiss payment provider Värdex Suisse AG. The cryptocurrency exchange services are essentially no different from the traditional services involved in the conversion of fiat money.
Cryptocurrency Knowledge Expansion
Today, cryptocurrencies have already become a necessary element of the lives of many people around the world. These ones gained their popularity due to their efficiency in the case of money transfers. However, blockchain technology, the technology that underlies any cryptocurrency, provides with faster and more economical remittances. And this is very important in the world where the main role has the old-school financial system.
More than half of the best universities in the world offer crypto or blockchain courses to their students.
This is evident by the data of a new study of the Coinbase exchange “Leaders in Crypto Education 2019”.
This year, 56% of the world’s leading universities offer at least one course related to cryptography or blockchain. In 2018, only 42% of universities offered such courses.
Interest in such courses is clearly growing, and this interest extends far beyond computer science and programming. More and more students in humanitarian specialties attend cryptographic courses – they account for almost 70% of the lecture audience.
Blockchain technology and the main cryptocurrency go hand in hand. A large part of people knows that digital currencies gain strength only due to the features and power of blockchain tech. This, by the way, can give more power not only to digital money.
However, there are many gaps in people’s perceptions about why blockchain tech could become the key to building a successful future. However, it is time to fill these gaps now. And this is possible through attracting people’s interest in innovative technologies, among which Bitcoin is the main one.