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UAE-based Day-To-Day Hypermarket now accepts crypto as payment option

UAE retailers are on their way to reaching the US retailers mark. Many UAE businesses have started accepting crypto as a payment measure.

While it hasn’t been done in the UAE before, Day-To-Day Hypermarket became the first to accept crypto for grocery purchases.

Day-To-Day Hypermarket, a popular discount store in the UAE known for its multiple branches and huge offers, has introduced the new payment option of cryptocurrency on August 8. This method of payment will be accepted at both physical branches and Day-To-Day Hypermarket’s online shopping website (daytoday.ae). Customers can now pay in most cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin.

One’s cell phone would be required for the paid course. A POS machine must be installed inside the retailer to facilitate transactions involving in-store funds. The customer simply has to select the option of crypto for online purchases, and the website (daytoday.ae) will provide a link to make the crypto payment easier. Each of these situations allows for the quick and easy processing of funds.

Day-To-Day Hypermarket has raised the bar for other retailers in the United Arab Emirates with the introduction of the most recent developments in crypto payment systems. In addition to serving expats ( people who reside outside their native country), it will also serve UAE citizens.

Day To Day Hypermarket locations that accept cryptocurrency are listed below.

Daytoday Hypermarket Al Fahidi Branch, Daytoday Hypermarket Baniyas Square Branch, Daytoday Hypermarket Al Quoz Branch, Daytoday Hypermarket Al Safa Sharjah Branch and many more.

This year, accepting crypto as a payment has become the trend for retailers in the UAE.

The grocery delivery service YallaMarket, based in the UAE, also accepts crypto payments for customer orders. The business currently accepts payments in Tether and USD Coin (USDC), two stablecoins (USDT). Additionally, they want to start paying their staff in cryptocurrencies as well.

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