Yelp introduces filter that sorts businesses which “accept Cryptocurrencies”
Yelp, one of the most popular service providers that allow users to search for a plethora of businesses, has introduced a new filter that sorts businesses which accept Crypto payments.
However, Yelp’s new feature isn’t available on Yelp’s desktop website, Android app, or UK mobile website. Currently, it can be found only on its iPhone app. Reddit users noticed the change recently and started a discussion about it on the r/Cryptocurrency subreddit.
A Redditor named watahboy commented:
“I don’t see it on desktop, but reminds me how many features mobile wallets are lacking. I’d be willing to pay for a decent wallet. I feel like my phone is some swiss army knife of wallets when all I want is one or 2 decent ones that i’d even pay $10+ for.”
According to the data of 2018, on an average, Yelp has over 30 million unique visitors on their mobile application, 69 million unique users to their mobile website, and 62 million unique desktop website visitors.
Cryptocurrency adoption is gaining momentum, recently Blockmanity reported about a new application called Moon that enables Bitcoin payments on the e-commerce giant Amazon.
It seems as if the crypto fad has finally taken over the world as more and more business tycoons and organizations are trying to incorporate cryptocurrency in some form in their companies. This is good news as a bold act of this sort may finally pave the way for mass adoption of bitcoin.
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