In a recent update, FCF Pay announced that the world’s largest airline American Air, and Canada’s flag carrier, Air Canada, have initiated a partnership with FCF Pay.
FCFPay Card Holders Can Book American Air And Canada Air Flight With Shiba Inu
The partnership is a means for the FCF Pay cardholders to use over twenty stablecoins and only non-stable coin, Shiba Inu, to secure flights with American Air, and Air Canada and Pay hundreds of Merchants online.
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Aside from the booking of flights using Shiba Inu, the holders of the SHIB can also enjoy subscription-based streaming services at Netflix and shop on Amazon using SHIB through FCFPay Visa Card.
It is worth noting that FCF Pay also enables its virtual visa card users to connect it with Apple/Google Pay in US and Canada and convert their cryptos into their local currency.
FCF cards had allowed users to shop online with only 20 stablecoins before the above announcement. Notably, the partnership between FCF Pay and Shiba Inu starts as far back as October 22, 2022.
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Shiba Inu’s Adoptions
The performance of Shiba Inu on this day has been awesome as the token gets accepted by various platforms. For instance, an update was shared via the Twitter handle of the Immerse Global Summit, confirming that the lead SHIB Metaverse advisor will be speaking at the upcoming Immerse Summit slated to hold on December 5th and end on December 7th, 2022, at Fontainebleau Hotel Miami, Florida.
Japan’s Cryptocurrency exchange BitPoint Japan recently revealed that it would add support for Shiba Inu (SHIB) by the end of this month. The crypto exchange clearly stated that its support for the Shiba Inu will be announced and implemented by November 30th.
The Japan-based support will be the first support from the exchange in that particular country that will be supporting the Shiba Inu although, the Shiba Inu pair hasn’t been specified yet.