While bitcoin users in a United States took advantage of Bitcoin Black Friday, a online retailer FonQ.nl done it central to now accept bitcoin payments, Ecommerce News reports. The Netherlands-based tradesman didn’t make a announcement; instead, a news pennyless by a Twitter comment of bitcoin remuneration use provider BitPay.
Ecommerce News explains a acceptance of bitcoin might lead to a new boost for a cryptocurrency. FonQ.nl is partial of RFS, that is a second largest ecommerce association in a nation. Apart from a categorical business in a Netherlands, FonQ.nl operates sites for Belgium, France and Germany. Currently, usually a Netherlands-focused site accepts bitcoin.
CryptoCoinsNews argues that a small publicity surrounding FonQ.nl’s acceptance of bitcoin hints during a nation’s opinion toward a digital currency. The nation hosts a bitcoin film festival. An Arnhem supermarket accepts bitcoin. It appears a republic is focused on incorporating not usually bitcoin into a mainstream economy, but digital currencies in general. The Netherlands uses dual other digital currencies, Gulden and Guldencoin. While other nations resist bitcoin or select to concentration on a blockchain record behind it, a Netherlands