Norwegian Air To Allow Customers to Pay With Crypto

Norwegian Air Customers Pay With Crypto

Norwegian Air Customers Pay With Crypto

Customers of Norwegian Air will soon be able to pay for flights using cryptocurrency. Stig Kjos-Mathisen, CEO of Norwegian Block Exchange (NBX) said his crypto trading platform had successfully developed payment infrastructure that will allow customers on Norwegian Air to purchase tickets with digital assets.

NBX aims to roll out the new feature to Norwegian customers sometime this spring. Following the success recorded by bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, organisations and companies are really adopting the crypto features and adding them to their businesses.

It should also be noted that many online platforms including hosting companies, ad companies and online stores now accept cryptocurrency payments.

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