Romania: F64 to accept Bitcoin payments

Friday 3 October 2014 14:35 CET | News

F64, a Romanian photo and video equipment retailer, will be accepting Bitcoin payments by the end of 2014, reports.

Marian Alecsiu, CEO F64, has claimed that Romanians prefer cash payments to the detriment of online or card payments. He has added that the company’s registered sales via POS/online card payments amount to around 20%, the same source reports, citing news agency.

Over 2,200 customers have transacted 3,343 Bitcoin worth over EUR 1.3 million (RON 5.9 million) via digital currency platform since December 2013.

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