Wolf & Company, a Boston-based top 100 accounting firm, has recently started accepting cryptocurrency payments via the leading payment processor BitPay. The assets it accepts include meme-inspired cryptoassets like Shiba Inu ($SHIB), and Dogecoin ($DOGE).
According to an announcement the firm published, its team is “already working on the cutting edge of cryptocurrency services” as it moves to be “truly embracing crypto and its growing role in the economy.”
The announcement adds that Wolf offers “expertise in numerous services to those in the cryptocurrency space” including audits, tax, compliance, cybersecurity, and smart contracts.
The accounting firm dates back more than a century and thanks to its use of BitPay it accepts numerous cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin ($BTC), Ethereum ($ETH), Litecoin ($LTC), the meme-inspired cryptocurrencies mentioned above, and numerous stablecoins pegged to the U.S. dollar.
The announcement came shortly after XcelTrip, a “next-gem, decentralized, travel booking platform” that is powered by blockchain technology, added support for payments in the meme-inspired cryptocurrency Shiba Inu to its platform as the cryptocurrency’s adoption keeps on growing.
Earlier this month, a collaboration between major global restaurant software and payments solution provider Lavu and Fintech payments firm Verifone is set to allow thousands of restaurants in 65 countries to accept several cryptos as a payment method, including Shiba Inu.
As CryptoGlobe reported, late last year Shiba Inu was added as a payment method at the Binance-backed travel booking platform Travala. The platform offers over 2.2 million properties covering over 90,000 destinations in 230 countries and territories.
Shiba Inu’s growing adoption comes at a time in which Shiba Inu’s lead developer, Shytoshi Kusama, has suggested there is an upcoming announcement that will “floor everyone.”
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