Samsung Pay and Google Pay plan to cryptocurrency transactions, including Bitcoin, from March this year through a partnership with BitPay.
Bitcoin came close to hitting $60,000 this week, before sliding back to $48,521.64 over the course of the last 24 hours, at the time of reporting.
The two tech giants are not the only ones who are joining the crypto fray. Apple Pay and PayPal are not necessarily buying cryptocurrencies themselves, but they recently announced they were enabling their millions of consumers to access crypto payments.
With this, 2021 is bound to see no fewer than four major tech giants allow crypto payments to happen in a swift, convenient and familiar setting. More importantly making cryptocurrency payments more accessible means that you can enjoy easier gaming as well.
Several casinos, including Bitcasino, 1xBit, and FortuneJack offer sizable promotions to power up your crypto experience. And, if you are wondering what currency you can access and pay in, Bitcoin is not the only option. Bitcoin Cash, Ether, BUSD, USDC, PAX and GUSD are all mostly covered by both the payment methods as well as the casinos.