Adoption Continues To Grow
Shiba Inu (SHIB) payments are now accepted by Top Bahrain’s Real Estate Developer as adoption continues to grow. Bin Faqeeh, a real estate developer in Bahrain, is the newest business to accept Shiba Inu and other cryptocurrencies supported by Binance pay.
In a recent release, Bin Faqeeh stated that its customers could now pay for real estate properties using cryptocurrencies inclusive of SHIB.
The change happens when Bin Faqeeh adopted Binance Pay, a cryptocurrency payment service created by Binance. Clients must use their Binance Pay app to scan a QR code issued by the real estate company to pay for Bin Faqeeh’s properties with cryptocurrencies. Clients of Bin Faqeeh will also need to choose the cryptocurrency they want to use and the amount they want to spend to purchase the property.
Shiba Inu was added to Binance Pay in the past year. It is important to note that more than 80 cryptocurrencies, including Ethereum (ETH), Cardano (ADA), Polygon (MATIC), XRP, Litecoin (LTC), Tether (USDT), and others, are supported by Binance Pay.
Leading Bahraini real estate developer Bin Faqeeh offers investors and homeowners opulent flats. The business asserts to be working on more than 30 distinctive real estate projects.
Bin Faqeeh is one of many businesses in Bahrain that accept cryptocurrency payments using the Binance Pay platform. Customers of STC can now pay their phone bills with cryptocurrency thanks to a partnership between Binance Pay and Bahraini payment processor EazyPay from last month.
Cardano Releases New Node Version
Cardano builder, Input Output has released a new node version in response to the partial degradation the network experienced last weekend.
An anomaly happened on the Cardano network while the entire network did not go down. There was a brief period of degradation. Most nodes impacted gracefully recovered while no network restart was required. 50% of the Cardano nodes disconnected and restarted.
Cardano founder Charles Hoskinson took to Twitter to share the GitHub release of node 1.35.5, urging stake pool operators (SPOs) to upgrade their nodes while announcing that the issue that caused the partial degradation has been fixed.
According to the Cardano creator, while responding to a user, the new node version is not a patch but tackles the root cause of the brief outage experienced last weekend. He named the root cause ‘’Fatality.’’
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