Italian luxury brand Gucci will start accepting cryptocurrency payments in some stores in America. Customers will be able to pay with various crypto like Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Shiba Inu and Dogecoin.
The service will be extended later this month to some flagship stores such as Rodeo Dive in Los Angeles and Vooster Street in New York. Gucci, owned by France’s Kering, joins a growing number of companies that have begun accepting the virtual currencies.
Customers who choose to pay with cryptocurrencies will receive an email with the QR code to use for their digital wallet. The rollout will begin in stores in the US and Canada later this month, before expanding to the rest of the world.