Twitter user @elperorr recently posted a video of himself making a purchase with Kaspa (KAS) at a grocery store in Morocco that accepts the cryptocurrency. In the video, @elperorr buys King Cookies and Winston Cigarettes totaling $3.30 and pays for them by scanning a QR code shown by the merchant containing their Kaspa wallet address. The transaction goes through within seconds.
This real-world Kaspa transaction garnered the attention of X user @OfficialTravlad, an influencer in the Kaspa community. He tweeted that this reminds him of the early days of Bitcoin being sporadically accepted at merchants globally. Just as we saw Bitcoin ATMs and ETFs emerge over time, @OfficialTravlad implies Kaspa may follow a similar trajectory as merchant adoption increases.
For @elperorr, being able to pay for cookies entirely with Kaspa in a grocery store in Morocco shows tangible utility for the cryptocurrency and glimpses into what may be possible on a grander scale someday. As one of the fast-growing economies globally, cryptocurrency adoption in Morocco may accelerate quickly if more merchants follow suit.
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