Starbucks, Nordstrom And Whole Foods Now Accept Bitcoin. Just Don’t Ask Them.

Discussion in 'Cryptocurrencies' started by johnarb, May 13, 2019.

  1. johnarb


    In the days that followed, neither Gemini, which is custodying the cryptocurrency, nor Flexa, the company that built the app and signed up the enterprises participating in today’s launch, were able to get any of their own clients to confirm via email, yet alone talk on the record. Nevertheless, all evidence points to the fact that as of today, some of the largest and best-known companies in the world are now accepting bitcoin, ether, litecoin, bitcoin cash, zcash and the Gemini Dollar (GUSD), a cryptocurrency backed by real U.S. dollars stored in a State Street account and built on top of the public ethereum blockchain.

    Receipts provided to Forbes from a few of the hundreds of beta app testers confirmed that crypto purchases were made at Game Stop, Bed Bath & Beyond and Whole Foods. Emails from Barnes & Noble, Office Depot and Nordstrom were also provided by Flexa to confirm the stores' participation in the project. In total, 89% of the beta users spent cryptocurrency at at least one of the locations announced today, according to Flexa data, with 81% of those spending multiple times at more than one location.
  2. That's really good news, all what is left is to have all this bitcoins and altcoins actually for everything else and do your own homework;) I still a bit cautious when I need to pay somewhere with my crypto wallet, I thought other people as well, so it really bothers me;)