Crypto-friendly Countries You Would Like to Visit

Travel is always on the “to do” lists that people make today. Tourism campaigns, blogs about how work–life balance is important to a good life, and cute and wonderful “travel” photos on social media all make us want to go on vacation all the time.

The budget is a good place to start when planning a trip. This year, there has been a lot of talk about “cryptocurrency” and the regulatory uncertainty and future of virtual currencies. People who like crypto are usually between the ages of 18 and 35, but they may go up to 40. This age group also makes up the majority of people who go on trips. Now, while India isn’t sure what to do about virtual currencies, a lot of other countries have already done so. One big advantage of cryptocurrencies is that they can be used anywhere. If you have access to the internet, you can use cryptos to buy and sell things.

So, if you’re into crypto, you might want to put these crypto-friendly places on your list of places to visit.

  • People in Malta can use Bitcoin because it is an island in the southern part of Europe.
  • Bermuda is a small island in the Caribbean with new rules and a positive attitude toward cryptocurrency.
  • As a payment method, Switzerland lets people use Bitcoin to pay for utility bills, and the Swiss state rail company lets people use Bitcoin to buy tickets across the country.
  • Gibraltar is a small country that is south of Spain and is very friendly to people who use cryptos.
  • Singapore is a Southeast Asian island country that is open to cryptos. In fact, the MAS wants to make Bitcoin the only monetary service to be regulated by itself, along with other services.
  • When it comes to cryptocurrency, Estonia is a country in the north of Europe. They are even thinking about making their own cryptocurrency.
  • Georgia is a country in Eastern Europe that likes cryptos.
  • Belarus is an Eastern European country where crypto-related businesses, such as CIOs, exchanges, mining, smart contracts, and so on, are now legal in the country.
  • Probably, Japan was the first country in the world to allow Bitcoin to be used as money.
  • People in Germany can now use Bitcoin to pay for things, thanks to a rule from the country’s National Tourist Board.

To trade your tokens, you can use P2P trading platforms like to buy and sell tokens for INR, which is a form of cash. It might be smart to think of this year as the year of the crypto-traveler. Cryptocurrencies are said to be the currency of the future.

Diksha Dutt is a coder, blogger, and teacher. Apart from blogging, she is an avid reader and a travel enthusiast. Thanks for stopping by and getting to know her.