Latvia’s flag air carrier, airBaltic, has reaffirmed its pro-cryptocurrency approach by enabling customers to make bookings with other digital assets, including Ether (ETH), Dogecoin (DOGE0 and Bitcoin Cash (BCH). Those tokens have joined the list of four USD-pegged stablecoins and the first-ever cryptocurrency – Bitcoin.
AS Air Baltic Corporation, also referred to as simply AirBaltic is Latvia’s flag carrier that has also displayed a pro-digital asset approach for years. Back in 2014, the company became one of the first airliners to accept payments made with the primary cryptocurrency for its flight tickets.
Earlier AirBaltic announced the addition of a new set of coins allowing customers to choose between more tokens when booking flights.
These include arguably the most well-known Bitcoin hard fork – Bitcoin Cash (BCH), the second-largest cryptocurrency by market cap – Ether (ETH), and the surging in popularity – Dogecoin (DOGE).