Binance Aids Crypto Payments in Ukranian Supermarket VARUS
Binance has announced a partnership with the Ukrainian grocery chain VARUS in order to facilitate crypto payments for food shopping via its Binance Pay Wallet.
As per Cointelegraph, the grocery shop is among the biggest firms located in Ukraine, with more than 111 locations in 28 cities. The agreement would enable quick crypto payments and delivery in nine Ukrainian towns, including Kiev, Dnipro, Kamianske, Kryvyi Rih, Zaporizhia, Brovary, Nikopol, Vyshgorod, and Pavlograd, according to the business.
Apparently, the firm has announced a reward fund offer in which clients who purchase any item from the VARUS Delivery Program with a value more than UAH 500 and pay using Binance Pay will get UAH 100.
Based on data gave by Cointelegraph, a Ukrainian POS and crypto payments startup, Whitepay, established a new scheme allowing Ukrainians to spend on electronics as well as other things using cryptos. Vitalik Buterin, the inventor of Ethereum, remarked during this year’s Kyiv Tech Summit, held between September 6 and 9 in Ukraine, that Ukraine is anticipated to become the next Web3.0 center.
“A nation may become a Web3 center if its population is enthusiastic about this technology and contribute significantly to its advancement. “Ukraine possesses both the means and the will to do this,” Buterin continued.
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