Crypto: Binance and Varus want to make life easier for Ukrainians

Binance and Varus have teamed up to launch crypto payments in supermarkets associated with this Ukrainian brand. Now, paying for groceries online can be done with bitcoin, ether or shiba inu ink through a Binance Pay wallet.

Shopping with Cryptos in Ukraine with Binance

From now on, any Ukrainian is allowed to buy groceries from Varus with cryptocurrencies. This became effective after Binance and the brand announced a partnership that will allow the purchase of food and other products on its online store with these assets.

To do this, customers must download the Binance apps to their Android or iOS phone or tablet. Once this download is complete, they can visit the Varus site to find the right product there. Currently, 9 Ukrainian cities enjoy this convenience: kyiv, Kryvyi Rih, Dnipro, Brovary, Vyshhorod, Kamianske, Pavlograd, Zaporizhzhia and Nikopol.

Ukraine, very advanced in the adoption of cyptocurrencies

According to the Forklog site, Binance Pay is already very popular for purchases in Ukrainian stores. The brand specializing in household appliances and electronics Foxtrot, for example, has accepted payments in cryptocurrencies.

Recently, Tehnoez and Stylus also followed suit by allowing their products to be purchased from their major tech stores with crypto. This became possible with the help of Whitepay and Whitebit.

Certainly, Ukraine was put in the spotlight after the invasion of the Russian army under bad auspices. However, this context has accelerated the adoption of cryptocurrencies in the country. The latter has experienced donations in cryptocurrencies, his government has begun to put in place a mechanism to regulate these assets… All this tells us that the war has not only harmed Ukraine.

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