The development marks one step closer to the global adoption of Shiba Inu and other cryptocurrencies.
Binance Pay is introducing Radisson Hotel, a leading global hotel group, to the crypto world. The hotel now accepts Shiba Inu and crypto payments like Bitcoin and Ethereum for reservations in Georgia through Binance Pay.
The development was called to attention by Binance through its official Twitter handle today. According to the exchange, Georgian citizens now have the opportunity to make payments to the hotel seamlessly through Binance Pay.
Nothing like a week at the Radisson Hotel in Georgia, paid for fully with #Binance Pay!
Thanks to our partnership with @citypayio, users in Georgia can now spend crypto at over 600 merchants to purchase everyday goods and enjoy life's luxuries. pic.twitter.com/YD0eq7SQBM
— Binance (@binance) April 5, 2023
The opportunity results from a recent partnership between Binance and CityPay, a fast-growing Georgia-based payment service provider offering various payment processing solutions to businesses of all sizes. CityPay also highlighted the development shortly after the Binance announcement.
Spending a day in Radisson Hotel with crypto payment is now possible!#BinancePay ✌🏼 https://t.co/jRDQvedA51
— CityPay.io (@citypayio) April 5, 2023
Besides Radisson Hotel, the collaboration will allow users to pay with Shiba Inu and other supported assets at over 600 merchant stores supporting CityPay’s integration in Georgia.
Binance Pay is a payment feature solution by Binance that allows users to send and receive payments in crypto and purchase goods and services from merchants. Binance Pay added support for SHIB last November and has since then been inking partnerships that will allow for payments in SHIB and the other 70+ supported assets.
Binance partnered with Ingenico in February to introduce SHIB and crypto payments to users in France.
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