Buy Drinks with Bitcoin & Litecoin while watching games in New Jersey

A most recent new merchant in the US that is opening its doors for the crypto enthusiasts is located about two miles away from the Newark Liberty International Airport in Elizabeth.

Terminal One, a New Jersey sports bar started to accept cryptocurrencies; right now, Bitcoin (BTC) and Litecoin (LTC) are confirmed to be on the list. This was announced by Litecoin Foundation merchant ambassador Jon Moore on his Twitter.

Moore’s job is to promote Litecoin’s adoption in areas where it is high-traffic, and people are motivated for spending LTC like regular cash.

The crypto payment option will be available starting Wednesday, October 2, 2019. Moore is inviting all Bitcoin and Litecoin enthusiasts to a crypto party in Terminal One on Wednesday night.

In the tweet, he explained that the location is of prime importance to Litecoin as it is always a very busy and popular spot due to its proximity to the airport. Moreover, he shared that T1, as the bar is popularly called, would be getting BTC ATM from the CoinFlip.

Moore was at the bar to post new “LTC and BTC accepted” stickers on its entrance.

Moore’s aim is to increase crypto adoption in high-traffic areas. This will enable people to spend Litecoin like fiat money. He is looking forward to a world where cryptocurrencies are the main medium of exchange. Completely eliminating the need for world travelers to exchange money.

He said in the tweet’s video, “Look how busy it is here. This is an awesome, awesome sports bar… Now, since they’re right by Newark International Airport, it’s going to be the ultimate spot if somebody needs to buy crypto. Maybe they’re leaving the country and they don’t want to convert into another currency.”

 

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