Are you a Bitcoin enthusiast who also likes to travel? There are crypto friendly countries where you can experience the freedom of cryptocurrency payments while enjoying beautiful sights.
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Switzerland is one of the best countries inclined to commerce, innovation and technology.
This country is home to many cryptocurrency and blockchain-based businesses, that’s why Switzerland has a crypto-friendly status.
Here travelers can use Bitcoin even to pay for train tickets.
The Mediterranean island’s nation has pulled out all the stops in its quest to become a global virtual currency and blockchain technology hub. So far, global giants like Binance and OKEx have moved to Malta. The government has also crafted positive crypto regulations while supporting the whole industry in general.
The Schiphol airport in Amsterdam installed the first ever Bitcoin ATM in a European airport. Out of total 23 cryptocurrency ATMs in the Netherlands, more than half are based in the city of Amsterdam.
Amsterdam is also home to one of the largest cryptocurrency commerce territories in the world. Since 2014, the city has strived to improve Bitcoin commerce by creating a ‘Bitcoin City Initiative’. There are numerous city-based traders accepting BTC payments as a result of the initiative, making it a prime destination for those who prefer using cryptocurrency while on vacation.
ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA
The Caribbean Islands’ nation of Antigua and Barbuda is another cryptocurrency friendly destination.
In 2018, Bitcoinist reported that disputatious billionaire, Calvin Ayre was creating a $100 million Bitcoin Cash resort in the country. In addition to that, the government of the country has passed a law that consolidates citizenship payments in Bitcoin.
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