Everyday Uses of Cryptocurrency

What Can You Use Your Digital Currency For?

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Sending Money to Other People

The most common and prime example of everyday usage for digital currency is that it’s an easy and instant way to send or receive money from someone else. Location is in no way a barrier when it comes to cryptocurrency.

Spending Money at Businesses

Sure, you can send money to people, you know that. What else? Well, as digital currencies’ relevance is quickly growing, everyday services are accepting cryptocurrency as payment more and more. One example is travel site CheapAir.com. They started accepting digital currency as payment to travel a year ago, and many other services are quick to follow suit.

Cash (Ironically) isn’t Green, But Crypto is

How could digital currency be helping the environment? We all know where money comes from, and if environmentalism is your thing, then so is cryptocurrency. Removing the need for paper and metal money, in turn, reduces destruction of the world’s natural resources (even if cash isn’t literally made of trees).

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