The Luxembourg branch of the consulting firm "Big Four" of PwC, stated that it intends to accept Bitcoin cryptocurrency payments from its customers, starting next October 1.
The company has therefore confirmed, a few hours ago, that the move was necessary in order to be able to respond to the growing demand from its customers, adding to strongly believe in blockchain technology, which is the basis of decentralized cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, and which will engage in this challenging journey.
"What is certain [... ..] is that Bitcoin has kept its promise of being the first peer-to-peer payment mechanism that cannot be compromised and that is based on a decentralized trust model", The company said in a press release in which it confirmed its intention to open for cryptocurrency payments.
However, at least for the time being, PwC Luxembourg has not provided any further details as to who their technology partners will be for such an initiative, with the exception of having mentioned "closely cooperated with a regulated local exchange"To provide the"best payment experience".
Recall that at the beginning of this year PwC launched an updated audit solution for its customers who own cryptocurrencies. This auditing solution, called Halo, offers a complete analysis of the cryptocurrency treasury of customers and tracks transactions on blockchain to be able to provide "independent and substantial evidence [...] necessary to establish the ownership of the cryptocurrency ".