Maiquetía International Airport in Venezuela is currently working on implementing new forms of payment such as crypto.
Freddy Borges, director of Simon Bolivar International Airport, also known as Maiquetía, stated that they are planning to accept crypto payments. The facility is located in Caracas, the capital of Venezuela. It will collaborate with the National Superintendency of Cryptocurrencies and Related Activities (Sunacrip) to implement the new service.
“We will activate a button that is for payment of cryptocurrencies in the airport platforms and commercial activities, in coordination with Sunacrip.”
Virtual currencies will be administered by Sunacrip and could be a could option for foreign tourists. Bitcoin, Petro, Dash, and other digital assets will be available to buy tickets and other services in the airport.
“Just as Russian passengers arrived in Margarita, they will also come to La Guaira, through Conviasa, so we must advance in these new economic and technological systems that can be accessed.”
Digital currencies offer a safer alternative than traditional money for citizens. Many people in countries with high inflation, such as Venezuela, want to protect their goods, and crypto could be the solution. It is no coincidence that Argentina and Venezuela, countries with high inflation, are the main crypto poles in the continent.
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