Vacationers in Haeundae, South Korea’s busiest and most common seashore, will be able to pay for administrations, such as Bitcoin Umbrellas and Inflatable Cylinders (BTC), Esterium (ETH) and various tokens in a month.
The Heunda Beach in Pusan, South Korea’s second city, is a sandy area 1.5 km long and 30-50 m wide, which attracts a large number of guests every day during the summer’s peak, very long in July and August.
Moreover, according to a Fintech Post news source, Busan’s specialists collaborated with CIC Enterprise, a division of the blockchain company Bitbeat, as well as Innotech, a firm that currently provides a payment system for the city’s coasts.
Under the terms of the agreement, sea shore specialists, both in Hende and in the immediate vicinity of the rival access point of Song Jong Beach, the famous surfer target, will allow tanneries, swimmers and water sports enthusiasts to pay their dues, using a card or Mastercard, or using BTC, ETH or Music (MCI) and WAY tokens.
As the main aspect of the fight against coronaviruses without the use of contact disks, cryptographic lovers will be able to pay for their seaside activities in BTC, ETH and the rest on the Internet before they ever come out – get their umbrellas, boats and so on when they come,
Busan said the task would run from 1 August to the end of the late spring season, but in a year’s time it could be built with a wider platform controlled by a blockchain on the seashores all over the city.