Bitcoin cash supporters are known for spreading adoption over the years and 2022 is no different. This year, the peer-to-peer cryptocurrency bitcoin cash has seen significant adoption throughout the islands of the Caribbean, alongside places like Dubai, and Mumbai.
Bitcoin Cash Advocates Continue to Promote Peer-to-Peer Crypto Adoption
According to the web page map.bitcoin.com, there are thousands of merchants worldwide that accept bitcoin cash (BCH) for goods and services. Moreover, if one was to visit the Reddit forum r/btc, they would notice a great deal of posts highlighting adoption in places like Dubai, Mumbai, St. Kitts & Nevis, and St. Maarten.
Bitcoin.com News previously reported on St. Maarten’s Parliament member, Rolando Brison, revealing he requested to get his entire salary converted into bitcoin cash. Map.bitcoin.com indicates there are over 160 merchants that accept BCH in the region.
Bitcoin cash is now accepted by the platform Caribeeats (caribeeats.com) and BCH can be used to get food and groceries delivered in more than 15 different countries. Caribeeats services regions like Barbados, Dominica, Grenada, U.S., Jamaica, Montserrat, St. Kitts, St. Lucia, and more.
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Numerous Reddit posts and map.bitcoin.com reveal BCH is starting to see a presence in Dubai at establishments such as Masala Mantra, Tandoori Junction, Great Wok, Bermuda Diving Center, X Factor Restaurant, Franck Muller Middle East and India, Perfetto Pizzeria, and Business Village.
Similarly, BCH adoption is taking place in India’s de facto financial center, Mumbai, as well. In mid-April, Hosanna House Montessori School, a children’s school located in Mumbai, announced it has become the first Montessori school in India to accept BCH.
On June 2, Nahar Medical Center revealed it became the first medical facility in India to accept bitcoin cash. In Mumbai, BCH is also accepted at Jayant, Paramount Sports n Nutrition, Vig Refreshments, Super Waves, Copa, and the Haute Dog Pet Salon & Boutique Store.
Bitcoin cash has been gaining significant adoption in the Caribbean dual-island nation of St. Kitts and Nevis, as the region has a total of 159 merchants that accept BCH, according to map.bitcoin.com. Last month Club Dubai in St. Kitts revealed it accepts bitcoin cash (BCH) payments and Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) in St. Kitts has adopted BCH.
Bitcoin cash is also accepted at Burger King St. Kitts and the island’s Panda Supermarket accepts BCH. In St. Kitts, the crypto asset is further accepted at Sun Island Clothes, Karma Asian Cuisine, Econo Retail Shop, and Oracle Martial Arts Academy.
Merchants accepting bitcoin cash are prominent in a number of other regions worldwide including Anguilla, Antigua, Japan, Venezuela, Slovenia, Australia, Philippines, Vietnam, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Argentina, and more. Additionally, a good portion of the companies that take BCH for payments are accepting the digital currency directly, rather than using a third-party or payment processor.
The crypto-accepting businesses can be found on map.bitcoin.com, but BCH users can also leverage the websites Green Pages and Acceptbitcoin.cash in order to view brick-and-mortar and online merchants that accept the peer-to-peer crypto asset.
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