Where You Can Spend Your Cryptocurrencies In 2022

A trending New Year's Resolution in 2022 is getting into cryptocurrency, but people want convenience and seamless payments.

Where You Can Spend Your Cryptocurrencies In 2022

And now they can get it. In 2021, companies and institutions adopted digital assets in droves. For 2022, people have an excellent selection of retailers and shopping outlets that take crypto.

We'll go through a few of them below:

Philipp Plein

Philipp Plein is one of the most recognizable fashion brands in the world. The brand is known for being controversial at times, and has a relatively outlandish aesthetic. But, it has distinguished itself by being among the first to adopt technology in the fashion world.

In August, Philipp Plein made another industry-first when it announced it would accept cryptocurrencies. The Swedish brand partnered with Coinify - a top crypto payment platform - to accept payments in about 15 cryptocurrencies. These include Bitcoin, Ether, Dogecoin, Litecoin, and many more.

"I believe that cryptocurrencies are the future, and my team and I have made a major commitment in time and resources, performing all necessary system modifications to adopt this new type of currency. I am very pleased to be able to offer to our customers this additional payment tool and the flexibility associated with it," Plein said in a press release.

If you're a fan of fashion, definitely check out the seamlessness of crypto payments at Philipp Plein.

Pavilion Hotels & Resorts

And what about travel? Pavilion Hotels & Resorts is one among many getaway spots that offer crypto payment.

While it isn't the first hotel to accept crypto, Pavilion Hotels & Resorts is perhaps the largest hotel chain to make the move. Earlier this year, the international hotel group announced a partnership with British payment company Coindirect to incorporate cryptocurrencies as a payment method for room bookings.

At the time, a spokesperson for the hotel chain pointed out that crypto payments are a great way to future-proof their operations and bounce back from the devastating impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

Pavilion Hotels & Resorts has touted cryptocurrencies as a great way to make payments privately and quickly. If you want to flex your crypto payment skills, Pavilion is a great place to start.

Amazon

For the entirety of 2021, rumors of crypto payment options were circling Amazon. The company has confirmed plans to issue a digital currency and is posting job openings for crypto-related positions - both for its e-commerce section and its Amazon Web Services (AWS) division.

For now, no cryptocurrency payment option is available on Amazon. If you're looking to shop with crypto on Amazon, Bitrefill is your best bet - a platform allowing you to convert Bitcoin into gift cards and more. That should keep us happy until an AmazonCoin (or something) comes out.

Lush

Lush is a notable beauty retail service. The company is especially prominent in the United Kingdom and the United States, offering affordable and high-quality cosmetics and other beauty products.

When it comes to brands accepting crypto, Lush was one of the very first. The company has been processing crypto payments for almost half a decade, with its Bitcoin offering dating back to 2017, and it hasn't looked back.

Lush is an ideal retailer for the crypto lover who appreciates great cosmetics. You can spend your coins on quality products at a great price—a win-win.

Rakuten

Many call Rakuten the "Amazon of Japan." It is one of the world's largest e-commerce companies, and one of the few to be truly crypto-forward in today's world.

Rakuten allows users to shop on its platform using a broad range of cryptocurrencies. The company has been testing crypto payments for a while, finally implementing them this year. While Americans might not yet have the smoothest experience, many foreign users appreciate the opportunity to pay in Bitcoin at a global e-commerce conglomerate.


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