South Korea‘s crypto-exchange Bithumb and the service of the mobile payment system Korea Pay will work together. The exchange Bithumb has expanded its list of support services and own consulting services. Together with the company Korea Pay’s Service which has more than 200 franchise partners, a platform is being created that will allow users to pay cryptocurrency directly. It is assumed that payment in the cryptocurrency will be accepted in 6,000 sales outlets in the first half of the year and in 8,000 by the end of the year. Australia and Japan have already implemented cryptocurrencies in everyday life – the Japanese use digital currencies to pay for services, and Australians buy bitcoins in newsstands.
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