Japan’s largest ticket seller now accepts bitcoin


The popular Japanese ticketing site  Ticket Camp  reported that it was the first in the country to start taking bitcoin for payment . The site has about five million users and a turnover of about 5.8 billion yen (about $ 53 million) per month.

Ticket Camp allows users to buy and sell tickets for concerts, events, events – a client-client system. Sellers independently determine the price and list of tickets for sale. The site is the meeting place for the parties to the transaction.

 Bitcoin has been taken since August 17th. The site does not have registration fees or membership fees. Earns a site on a commission of 13%, which is charged on the amount of the transaction and is divided into equal parts between the buyer and the seller.

In order to buy or sell a ticket you need to download the application for a smartphone. Google Play Store  shows  7008 downloads of the app and an average rating of 4 stars. The Apple iTunes 15007 store also has an average  rating of  4.5 stars.

Processing Bitcoin and will be implemented through the exchange service  Coincheck , whose services are used more than 5,000 vendors in all of Japan.

Source :  news.bitcoin.com
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