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Over the years there has been many Crypto payment services come and go. The larger companies who make it charge high fees and their customer service can be non-existent at the best of times. The smaller companies who appear when Bitcoin is on a high usually fade away when it's at its low.
So who can you use that offer a great solution for your Cryptocurrency payment needs?
Have no fear we've found a very promising company that offers an all round solution called Salamantex.
Salamantex, an Austrian startup, offering an all round payment solution for online and in-store payments. In the few months since their launch, big brand clients such as Opel & Renault have opted to use their payment terminal system.
So what's so good about Salamantex I hear you ask? Well apart from their simplified process of crypto payments, ease of use, easy integration, automatic conversion from cryptocurrency to fiat, and their awesome customer service…
Although we’d love to see it happen in a single day, cryptocurrency mass adoption takes time. Two new examples show that it is indeed inching towards being generally accepted. The Ontario town of Innisfil has announced that they will be accepting cryptocurrencies, Bitcoin first, for property taxes payments during a trial that will last a year. Meanwhile, Sweden-based crypto gift card provider Bitrefill now lets you book AirBnB rentals in the US using five different cryptocurrencies.
Innisfil residents will be able to pay taxes with Bitcoin through a wallet called Coinberry Pay. The funds, sent in Bitcoin, will then be converted to the Canadian dollar and transferred to the town. Ethereum, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash, and XRP may follow, according to national news agency The Canadian Press. The trial period for this payment option will last a year, starting in April.
Innisfil, which is a home for 36,000 people, is far from the first jurisdiction to implement s…