Judging by recent news, the US telecom and media conglomerate AT&T now will be accepting Bitcoin! Customers will be able to pay for their phone bills online with Bitcoin! AT&T is the largest multichannel video service provider in the US. They have around a total of 22,3 million subscribers.
AT&T Expanding Services
While you cannot use Bitcoin to buy phones and other merchandise what AT&T offers to their clients, this is a very good head-up start for a company of such scale. Cryptocurrency enthusiasts now can pay with Bitcoin for their phone bills. This is done via a
Kevin McDorman, vice president at AT&T, explained that AT&T has a lot of customers using cryptocurrencies. So the company decided to come forward to their clients and a rational step was to allow Bitcoin payments. He said:
“We’re always looking for ways to improve and expand our services. We have customers who use cryptocurrency, and we are happy we can offer them a way to pay their bills with the method they prefer.”Kevin McDorman
Large companies start to acknowledge cryptocurrencies
This move from AT&T is just yet another step towards mass cryptocurrency adoption. This year, more than ever, there have been multiple companies that announce that they are working on ways how to use, develop or implement Bitcoin or cryptocurrencies as such on their services or platforms.
These companies include Facebook and JP Morgan with their stablecoin development, IBM and their blockchain implementations, Starbucks accepting crypto payments, Fidelity adding Bitcoin to their services, NYSE along with NASDAQ acknowledging Bitcoin, Harvard
Today you can hear about Bitcoin in most of the traditional media platforms. CNBC now covers a daily segment about Bitcoin. They encourage investors to think about investing in BTC. The cryptocurrency lately is all around the news and each day brings new horizons development and implementation-wise. The bull is here to stay for quite a while.