Telefónica allows trading with cryptocurrencies and buys part of Bit2Me

Telefónica allows trading with cryptocurrencies and buys part of Bit2Me

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Telefónica has activated purchases with cryptocurrencies in its own marketplace after adding a payment function provided by Bit2Me. In parallel, the telecommunications giant has confirmed the purchase of a part of Bit2Me.
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The joint work between both companies will start today with a pilot project where Bit2Me will offer the technology for the purchase and sale of electronic devices through cryptocurrencies in Telefónica’s Tu online store. BeInCrypto has been able to verify first-hand that the technology is already in operation, where it is offered not only to buy in Bitcoin and Ethereum , but in a long list of cryptocurrencies.
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Telefónica has confirmed the news that pointed to an investment in the Spanish cryptocurrency company Bit2Me, the transnational telecommunications giant has invested 30 million euros, thus becoming the reference shareholder of the cryptocurrency platform.
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