While experts are discussing the future of cryptocurrencies, they continue their victorious march through European countries. The National Tourist Board of Germany (GNTB) announced that tourists can pay for services and services with bitcoin and other popular cryptocurrencies in any of the 32 offices of the organization located around the world.
Recently, the Lithuanian processing unitary company Coingate signed an agreement with the e-commerce application Prestashop, which will allow taking bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies as payments in 86,000 small and medium-sized European stores.
These are just two examples. Adding to this initiatives to legalize and regulate cryptocurrencies in Switzerland, Malta, the Baltic countries and other European countries – and we can conclude that the free circulation of cryptocurrencies throughout the European Union is only a matter of time.