A large shopping mall based in Slovenia is expanding its crypto money paying pilot
As local Urban 24 Ur reported last Monday, Slovenia's capital city Lubyana has more than 500 shops
Despite the apparent name resemblance, BTC City, a 150-person group, will allow a group of 150 people to pay crypto money in 24 different businesses, from clothing to electronics and restaurants.
The shopping center, together with the Eligma initiative, developed a payment system called Elipay, which facilitates crypto money transactions through mobile applications earlier this year.
BTC City, with more than 500 stores, aims to be a retail center
Earlier this month, Prime Minister Miro Cerar and state minister Tadej Slapnik visited the center, and Cerar's drink of a cup of coffee bought with crypt money by Slapnik, aimed at building the "Bitcoin City" proposed by local reports in Slovenia,
Cerar also spoke to a conferencester blockchain he attended last year. As previously reported, the prime minister pointed to the use of blockchain in public services – and the administration was said to be targeting it in that order.
"We are already laying the groundwork for the first pilot test of technology in state administration".