Businesses and startups in the cryptocurrency industry are a growing force around the world and services providers are taking note. U.K.’s Corporate Traveller recently began accepting bitcoin cash payments from companies booking flights for their staff, a much needed service for a global sector with so many international events.
Corporate Traveller Accepts BCH Payments via Bitpay
Looking to pay with bitcoin cash on your next business trip? Corporate Traveller, a U.K. provider of business travel management services, has recently announced it started accepting both BCH and BTC payments from its small and medium enterprises (SME) customers. The company is a division of Flight Centre Travel Group, one of the world’s largest travel companies, and has offices in twenty locations across the United Kingdom. The cryptocurrency payments are made via Bitpay, so they will settle in the company’s bank account in GBP.
“We identified an increasing demand from our clients for the option to pay in bitcoin for business travel bookings made by our travel consultants,” said Andy Hegley, UK General Manager, Corporate Traveller. “The blockchain industry is growing exponentially and we are excited to be able to offer our clients the ability to pay in bitcoin, whilst having the reassurance of our settlement from Bitpay being in pounds sterling. We believe Corporate Traveller is the first business travel management company to offer this payment option to SMEs in the U.K.”
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