The world’s largest airlines are now accepting payments in Shiba Inu. Canada’s flag carrier is also joining the initiative. This is all thanks to a partnership with FCF Pay.
SHIB’s expansion is getting bigger and bigger
According to an announcement posted on November 23 on FCF Pay’s Twitter profile, from now on it becomes possible to book airline tickets on airlines such as American Air and Air Canada using cryptocurrencies. As the source reads:
“You can use your FCF Pay Visa card to book flights with AirCanada and AmericanAir using cryptocurrencies. It is simple to use. Select your balance, load your card and use it in less than 2 minutes! Get yours today!”
It further turns out that among the assets with the help of which it is possible to make payments is the Shiba Inu coin. We learn this from a separate message:
“Shiba Inu now accepts prepaid FCF Pay Crypto debit cards! First non-stablecoin accepted for our cards!”.
For the SHIB community, this is quite an honor. After all, the way to make payments has been opened before 20 stablecoins and just one unstable coin. It is the just-mentioned Shiba Inu.
Shiba Inu’s growing cooperation with FCF Pay
This is not the first time that SHIB has expanded its horizons through its partnership with FCF Pay. For the past few weeks, it has been possible to pay for subscriptions to a Netflix account, as well as to make purchases on Amazon. All thanks to a Visa card just from FCF Pay. We wrote about this fact in an article titled:
“Payments on Amazon and Netflix using Shiba Inu? – Yes, now it’s possible!”. We encourage you to read it. We also recommend reading the news item about the cooperation between Shiba Inu and FCF Pay within Singapore – “Shiba Inu, Bone and Leash can now be used as a payment method at more than 8,000 Jeripay acceptance points, throughout Singapore.”
The bear market is a time of continued growth for SHIB
Shiba Inu is one of the crypto networks that has shown the greatest growth in recent times. In addition to numerous collaborations for payment purposes, there has been a lot of talk about the new Shiba Eternity game, as well as an upcoming second-tier solution called Shibarium. In addition, the last few days have brought quite a surprise, as Shiba Inu’s lead developer Shytoshi Kusama announced that he had been invited by the World Economic Forum to work on shaping global metaverse policy. As a result, unlike many coins, the SHIB price appears fairly stable and perhaps ready for another flight.