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Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are fundamentally about decentralized, global, financial independence and freedom, and the ability to have complete, full ownership of your assets. Bitcoin is a borderless, censorship-resistant digital currency and available to anyone across the globe with internet access. Consequently, crypto, at least in theory, lends itself well to being an asset class for international travelers or “digital nomads”.
As the growth rate of blockchain technology and crypto adoption increases, it makes sense with rising demand that we are seeing more ways than ever to spend and travel the world with crypto.
In this article, we will cover a range of different ways you can spend your crypto whilst traveling, why people choose to do so, and how moving into the $1 trillion travel sector is a big deal for the cryptocurrency industry.
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July of 2020 was a pivotal month for the advent of greater cryptocurrency adoption. Several significant announcements in the blockchain space recently point towards increased adoption of cryptocurrency on a global scale. However, the type of adoption in question varies in its appeal and has sparked questions about the future of cryptocurrency and the contrast between its roots and the future uses of the technology.
According to a survey released by HSB in January, at least a third of small-medium sized businesses in the United States accept cryptocurrency as payment for services and goods. The report also indicates that newer companies could be up to twice as likely to accept crypto as payment.
There is a definite shift in how cryptocurrencies are perceived by businesses today from how they have been viewed historically, reflecting the number of merchant services that have recently entered the market. Even fast-food giants such as Subway, Burger King,...