- The mobility company will allow customers to pay for their services with cryptocurrency
OK Mobility will introduce the new Bitcoin online payment option for services purchased via the okmobility.com website. The global mobility Company will therefore be the first in the industry in Spain, and one of the first worldwide to accept cryptocurrency as a payment option.
With this new addition, and as part of its current innovation and digitalization strategy, OK Mobility continues to include new options to facilitate and simplify the online payment process, to continue to improve the customer experience.
OK Mobility customers can choose to pay for bookings made online with Bitcoins, and this option is available for mobility services offered in the main cities in Spain, Portugal, Italy, Germany, France, Greece, Malta, and Croatia. This option is also applicable to all vehicles in our mobility offer and all fees available on the website
This new online payment method joins the currently available options: credit card and Amazon Pay. Now, with the inclusion of this digital money, our customers have a new, safe, and easily exchangeable payment method at their disposal.
Pedro Pablo Sastre, Chief Marketing & Digital Officer, assures that “this payment method not only simplifies the booking process, but it also represents a 100% safe and reliable method”. “Our customers can go to our okmobility.com website, process their booking as usual, and when they proceed to payment, they will find the BTC option which will allow them to complete the transaction simply and instantly”.
Othman Ktiri, OK Mobility CEO states that “we are now living in a technological era, and we cannot ignore the fact that more and more people are joining this new digital economy. With this in mind, OK have incorporated and developed the necessary technology to anticipate the new consumption trend and our customers’ demands, including Bitcoin (the cryptocurrency per excellence) in our bookings process”.
As well as Bitcoin, OK Mobility is already working on including new cryptocurrencies in its payment options.