Samsung makes crypto stores move with CopPay

The South Korean multinational conglomerate greenlights cryptocurrency payments in three Baltic states, with online to follow.

Samsung is tapping the CopPay platform so that customers in Tallinn, Riga, Vilnius and Kaunas stores in the countries of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania can purchase its smartphones, tablets, laptops, TV sets etc with cryptocurrency.

It will be accepting payments in Bitcoin, Ethereum, XRP, Litecoin, Dash, NEM and Steem. Cryptocurrency will also soon become an accepted method of payment at Samsung’s online stores.

“There is a growing trend toward business digitalisation and allowing customers to pay for goods and services in cryptocurrency, whether at global retailers or local restaurants,” says CopPay.

The full list of store addresses can be found on the company’s merchant map.

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