The main air transportation hub of southeastern Queensland is preparing to launch the “decentralized blockchain enabled payments” in partnership with a number of retailers and a local crypto payment system provider. Travelers will take advantage of Travelbybit’s platform, which supports Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dash and other cryptocurrencies, the airport announced on its website.
“The partnership reinforces Brisbane Airport’s aim to promote community projects, support local businesses, improve the passenger experience, and become a leader in the airport digital innovation space,” according to the statement. Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC) General Manager of Strategic Planning and Development, Roel Hellemons, reminded that many people around the world had made money investing in cryptocurrencies. A lot of them travel internationally, he noted. So