UAE Hospitality Brand Stella Stays Now Accepts Crypto – Emerging Markets Bitcoin News

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A United Arab Emirates (UAE) hospitality brand, Stella Stays, has announced that its customers can now pay for services in cryptocurrencies. Customers can pay with bitcoin, ethereum and 35 additional digital assets.

Stella is inclined to “Futuristic Technical Proposals”

UAE-based hospitality brand Stella Stays now accepts cryptocurrencies through its e-commerce platform, a report said. According to the report, the company’s guests can now pay with bitcoin, ethereum and 35 other cryptocurrencies.

Following the announcement, Mohannad Zikra, CEO and co-founder of the company, is quoted in one report explaining why Stella Stays decided to accept digital currencies. He said:

Accepting payments in cryptocurrencies is a pioneering step for the hospitality industry in the Middle East. Being the first to market with this offer gives us an advantage as an early adopter. We are excited to offer this breakthrough in cryptocurrency and deliver a revolution to our digital savvy customers.

Zikra added that as his company is constantly trying to offer its customers “the best guest experience”, accepting cryptocurrencies marks the beginning of Stella Stays ’inclination towards“ futuristic technology offerings ”.

Meanwhile, a report of Unlock Media said “14% of guests landing [Stella Stays’] A payment page clicked on the crypto payment tab.

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Terence Zimwara

Terence Zimwara is a Zimbabwean award-winning journalist, author and writer. He has written extensively on the economic problems of some African countries and also how digital currencies can provide Africans with an escape route.














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