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Buy your fruits and vegetables in Ukraine with crypto

Since Friday 31 August it is possible to pay with cryptocurrencies at the fruit and vegetable market in Kiev, reports Ukrainian news Bykvu.

Payments are made via Paytomat, a crypto payment system from Estonia, which intends to make the adoption of crypto easier across Europe. Paytomat currently supports 13 different cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Ether (ETH), Litecoin (LTC), EOS, Dash (DASH), NEM (XEM), Nano (NANO) and ZenCash (ZEN). Paytomat is currently active in six countries: the Netherlands, Georgia, the Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Poland and therefore also Ukraine.

Customers can pay with the Paytomat wallet app (on both Android and IOS) or with a wallet app of your choice. The customer can choose with which cryptocurrency they want to pay. They then receive a QR code, and once the customer has transferred the money to the seller, Paytomat ensures that the amount is converted into the correct Fiat currency.

Yurii Olentyr, CEO of Paytomat, tweet the following picture of a Ukrainian market stable that already accepts crypto:

According to Nikolay Kovalchuk, director of the market, offering the opportunity to pay with crypto will attract new customers, including crypto enthusiasts.

Paytomat indicates that in addition to paying via QR codes it is also possible to pay with Point-of-Sale (PoS) systems. Paytomat wants to add chatbots in the third quarter of 2018 and payments via the web with e-commerce plugins in the fourth quarter of 2018.


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