The Coincheck exchange is well-respected in its home country of Japan. Not only does the platform act as a convenient gateway between fiat and cryptocurrencies, but they also continue to expand their overall reach. A new partnership with energy company E-Net will allow for paying electric bills with Bitcoin. A great milestone for the world’s leading cryptocurrency.
One of the most often heard remarks is how consumers cannot spend Bitcoin on everyday needs. Nor can they pay most of their bills with cryptocurrency directly, except in a few rare cases. Slowly but surely, that situation is coming to change. Over in Japan, energy provider, E-Net has decided to accept Bitcoin payments for electricity bills.
E-Net Lets Users Pay Electricity Bills With Bitcoin
To do so, the company has partnered with Coincheck, which quickly became the largest Bitcoin exchange in Japan. Ever since the Mt. Gox debacle, Bitcoin had not been a top priority for most companies in the region. But thanks to the hard work and dedication by the Coincheck team, things are slowly turning around.
E-Net becomes the first energy company in Japan to support payment of bills with Bitcoin. Coincheck is also the first Japanese exchange to allow