• Slovenia is the world’s most crypto-friendly country, according to a survey

  • According to a recent survey conducted by Fast Private Jet, an Italy-based business aviation company, Slovenia is the world’s most cryptocurrency-friendly country. Slovenia, the Czech Republic, and Argentina were placed first, second, and third in terms of crypto-friendliness, accordingly. Spain came in fourth place, followed by Japan and Colombia.

    New York provides several possibilities for spending cryptocurrencies, such as shops and restaurants, making it one of the most crypto-friendly cities in the United States. Los Angeles was placed second, and San Francisco was ranked third, in terms of US cities having the most crypto-friendly communities. China, Oman, Egypt, Qatar, Algeria, Iraq, Morocco, Tunisia, and Bangladesh, on the other hand, are the least crypto-friendly countries, having all outlawed cryptocurrencies for various reasons.

    Ljubljana, Slovenia’s capital, has been identified as the most crypto-friendly city in Europe. Ljubljana alone has around 137 companies and 584 different venues that take cryptocurrency. The Slovene government accepts cryptocurrency payments in 72 stores and 33 sporting venues. Slovenia’s largest shopping center is named BTC in honor of Bitcoin.

    Prague was the Czech Republic’s second most crypto-friendly destination. One of the city’s key crypto-friendly attractions is Paralelni Polis.

    And Europe’s Least Crypto-Friendly Country Is…

    Furthermore, Madrid, Spain’s capital, is Europe’s third most crypto-friendly place. In 2021, the Spanish government will establish crypto legislation. Spaniards can use their bitcoin to purchase gift cards online and in-store at clothing stores and technology stores, such as Netflix subscription gift cards and Amazon gift cards. Malta has been named Europe’s least crypto-friendly country.

    There are no cryptocurrency restrictions in Malta. The poll also highlighted nations with the most crypto ATMs in the globe in order to provide a more comprehensive overview of the world’s most crypto-friendly countries.

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