To Russia with Bitcoin: Hotels Will Accept Cryptocurrency Throughout the World Cup

To Russia with Bitcoin: Hotels Will Accept Cryptocurrency Throughout the World Cup

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Others have not come forward with similar announcements yet, which explains why   Free-Kassa’s development manager, Vitaly Lavrovalso called it an “interesting experience”.   “We did not need to cooperate with resorts and resorts in such a format. But the hospitality market is very sensitive to these tendencies,” said Lavrov.   However, Free-Kassa’s latest collaboration with Petersburg Social Commercial Bank (PSCB) demonstrates there is a chance   Saint Petersburg will embrace cryptocurrency payments also.

Crypto-currencies are currently enjoying increased curiosity. Gradually they will come into use as a way of payment. And we decided that the fans should have the ability to cover our services with the support of this revolutionary technology. It may just be that other resorts [are] anticipating our example to the forthcoming soccer holiday”
Eleven of Russia’s cities will host the FIFA World Cup including   Ekaterinburg, Moscow, Kazan, Saint Petersburg, Volgograd, Rostov-on-Don, Sochi, Nizhny Novgorod, Samara, Saransk and Kaliningrad.
As per a rough interpretation, Apartments Malina’s supervisor, Anna Subbotina stated:
As per a rough interpretation, Apartments Malina’s supervisor, Anna Subbotina stated:
Eleven of Russia’s cities will host the FIFA World Cup including   Ekaterinburg, Moscow, Kazan, Saint Petersburg, Volgograd, Rostov-on-Don, Sochi, Nizhny Novgorod, Samara, Saransk and Kaliningrad.

The world’s biggest sporting event is simply a few months away and fans have been flocking to online websites to reserve their seats from Russia. Luckily for crypto users, Kaliningrad, among those cities hosting the games, is currently offering cryptocurrency payments for hotel rooms.
Russia had been deploying regulations for cryptocurrencies and ICOs from the new proposition “On Digital Financial Assets” a month. However, amendments were requested by Ministry of Economic Development,   Ministry of Communications, Ministry of Justice, Central Bank of Russia and others to soften the rules to get cryptocurrency users. While this decision was not favored by the Ministry of Finance, it did submit a statement last week which lists cryptocurrencies as “financial assets” rather than a legal payment process.

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Buying Business Travel Russia reported that Apartments Malina has awakened with the online payment method, Free-Kassa, allowing users to buy rooms with cryptocurrencies. A total of four games will be performed in   Kaliningrad on Jun. 16, 22, 25 and 28.
Buying Business Travel Russia reported that Apartments Malina has awakened with the online payment method, Free-Kassa, allowing users to buy rooms with cryptocurrencies. A total of four games will be performed in   Kaliningrad on Jun. 16, 22, 25 and 28.

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The world’s biggest sporting event is simply a few months away and fans have been flocking to online websites to reserve their seats from Russia. Luckily for crypto users, Kaliningrad, among those cities hosting the games, is currently offering cryptocurrency payments for hotel rooms.
Featured picture from Shutterstock.
Crypto-currencies are currently enjoying increased curiosity. They will come into use. And we decided that the fans should have the ability to cover our services with the support of this revolutionary technology. It may just be that other resorts [are] anticipating our example to the forthcoming soccer holiday”
Others have not come forward with similar announcements yet, which explains why   Free-Kassa’s development manager, Vitaly Lavrovalso called it an “interesting experience”.   “We did not need to cooperate with resorts and resorts in such a format. But the hospitality market is very sensitive to these tendencies,” said Lavrov.   However, Free-Kassa’s latest collaboration with Petersburg Social Commercial Bank (PSCB) demonstrates there is a chance   Saint Petersburg will embrace cryptocurrency payments also.


Published at Mon, 02 Apr 2018 12:30:05 +0000

To Russia with Bitcoin: Hotels Will Accept Cryptocurrency Throughout the World Cup

Russia had been deploying regulations for cryptocurrencies and ICOs from the new proposition “On Digital Financial Assets” a month. However, amendments were requested by Ministry of Economic Development,   Ministry of Communications, Ministry of Justice, Central Bank of Russia and others to soften the rules to get cryptocurrency users. While this decision was not favored by the Ministry of Finance, it did submit a statement last week which lists cryptocurrencies as “financial assets” rather than a legal payment process.
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