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2 Places in Croatia Accepting Bitcoin Payment

BitcoinVirtual currency Bitcoin, which has now passed $1,000 per unit in value as newcomers  scramble to join the digital gold rush, can now be used as currency in Croatia, even if it is only at two places, reports Poslovni dnevnik

According to the portal Spendbitcoins, Dubrovnik apartments Lunea have advertised on their website that besides payment via PayPal, they also accept Bitcoins. The second place which accepts Bitcoins in Croatia is on internet portal Honorarniposao.net. Bitcoin is decentralized digital money and is the currency of the Internet and is distributed worldwide. Unlike traditional currencies such as dollars, Bitcoins are issued and managed without any central authority whatsoever: there is no government, company, or bank in charge of Bitcoins. As such, it is more resistant to wild inflation and corrupt banks.

Bitcoins have become popular because of their ability to be used to anonymously purchase anything on the Internet.

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