Subsidiary of Mexican airline Volaris accepts Bitcoin payments

As the mainstream Bitcoin in El Salvador (Bitcoin), Volaris El Salvador, a local subsidiary of Mexican low-cost carrier Volaris, will accept Bitcoin as payment.

Bitcoin’s move comes a month after the aviation authorities of El Salvador Give License for Volaris’ local subsidiary to operate in the country.

El Salvador’s President Neab Bukler said on Twitter Announce Airlines will accept Bitcoin.

At the Volaris event recently held on Twitter, President Bukele emphasized that the ability to use Bitcoin and the state-run Chivo wallet to make payments “allows us to increase flight services for Salvadorans.”

The Booker government keeps meEncourage citizens to use Bitcoin for payment It even provides fuel subsidies.This country before Reinvest $4 million worth of unrealized Bitcoin proceeds Fund infrastructure development projects, such as veterinary hospitals.

related: Venezuela International Airport Accepts Bitcoin Payments: Report

Following in the footsteps of El Salvador, the Venezuelan airport authorities plan to start accepting Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies as payment for air tickets and other services.

As reported by Cointelegraph, Simon Bolivar International Airport is cooperating with the national regulatory agency for crypto assets and related activities, hoping to use crypto payments as a means that meets local industry standards.

According to Airport Director Freddy Borges, the airport will accept Bitcoin and Dash (sprint) And Petro, a government-issued oil-backed token. Borges expressed his commitment to promoting the adoption of cryptocurrencies. He said: “We must make progress in these new economic and technological systems to gain accessibility.”