Binance shared on Twitter, September 16, that it had partnered with VARUS Ukrainian Food Chain Retailer to launch cryptocurrency payments.
Customers can now order groceries online, and pay their bills using Binance Pay It is a wallet.
Binance stated that the move will enable the community to receive seamless crypto payments and fast delivery throughout Ukraine. The capital Kyiv and Dnipro will be served, as well as Kamiansk and Kriverich, Zaporozhye and Brovali.
Varus, Ukraine’s largest chain-owned retailer, has more than 100 stores across Ukraine. It also became the first European supermarket to accept BinancePay.
To visit Varus, users can download the Binance app and select the products they wish to buy. Then, send digital currency from Binance Pay to pay for the goods.
Retail space Accepting cryptocurrency is growing steadily, which is evidence that the crypto market continues to grow.
Shopify Merchants, a global ecommerce giant, will now be able to accept Bitcoin off-chain payments through the Bitcoin Lightning Network this April after they have signed a deal with Strike. Shopify Crypto.com has partnered with Crypto.com to expand its crypto payment options. This partnership allows merchants to accept cryptocurrency payments through Crypto.comPay.
Canadian ecommerce giant Amazon will now offer its merchants the ability to accept payments using more than 1,000 cryptos.
BigCommerce announced a strategic alliance with cryptocurrency providers BitPay & CoinPayments to offer crypto payment solutions to BigCommerce merchants located in certain countries.