Telefónica, Spain’s largest telecommunications company, is enabling the purchase of products on its technology marketplace with cryptocurrencies.
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- The company activated purchases with crypto on Tu.com after adding a payment feature provided by Spain's largest crypto exchange, Bit2Me, the crypto firm told CoinDesk.
- Telefónica has also invested in Bit2Me, the exchange confirmed to CoinDesk, adding that more details on the investment will be released in the coming weeks.
- The Spanish telecommunications company also has its own NFT marketplace on the Polygon blockchain that is initially integrated with MetaMask.
- To develop projects in the metaverse, Telefónica also recently closed deals with companies including Qualcomm, with which it will explore opportunities in the product and service segment in the metaverse.
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