KLM Royal Dutch Airlines announced they will apply blockchain to managing accounting and finance both within the company itself and with its subsidiaries. It seems they have followed the lead of other airlines that are actively exploring this innovation.
One of Europe's airline giants, Norwegian air, is set to launch it’s own cryptocurrency exchange and allow ticket sales via bitcoin. The airline plans to add the most popular and biggest cryptocurrency by market capitalization as another payment option its customers.
Professional United States football team the Miami Dolphins has made the decision to adopt the Litecoin cryptocurrency for purchasing tickets. This move has made Miami Dolphins to be among the first football teams to adopt cryptocurrency. In an important effort toward conventional adoption and appreciation, the Litecoin Foundation revealed that this teamwork will bring a significant configuration between Litecoin and Miami Dolphins.
French tobacco shops, places where customers go to purchase cigarettes and lottery tickets, will begin providing Bitcoins to clients from early 2019 through a deal with Keplerk, a giant French fintech firm.
The swift increase of mobile payment services such as Alipay and WeChat Pay has empowered China's largest cities to transmogrify into cashless communities, allowing consumers to use their smartphones to pay for many goods and services ranging from all sorts of transport and meals to foot massages and movie tickets.
As per The Indian Express, a Bitcoin scam mastermind, Amit Bhardwaj, hosted expensive parties and investor summits in Macau (a Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China just west of Hong Kong, previously under Portuguese control) and Dubai (one of the emirates of the United Arab Emirates) only to trick and mislead his investors of their funds.