The Croatian retailer desires to draw extra vacationers to its stations by permitting the digital cost.
Tifon gasoline stations throughout Croatia have began accepting cryptocurrency funds for gas and different services and products.
The Croatian OMC, a part of Hungary’s MOL Group, will enable clients to pay for his or her purchases with cryptocurrencies at its 46 petrol stations, studies Nasdaq.
The corporate’s CEO Poslovni Dnvnik desires to draw extra vacationers to its stations in the course of the holidays season, as cryptocurrencies has confirmed to be common amongst some overseas teams.
Tifon will allow cryptocurrency cost by way of the Paycek platform developed by Zagreb-based cryptocurrency brokerage and crypto-payment processing firm Electrocoin.