A recent study performed by Fast Private Jet, an Italy-based business aviation company, revealed that Slovenia is the top-friendly cryptocurrency country in the world. According to The Times of India, Slovenia, the Czech Republic and Argentina ranked 1st, 2nd and 3rd, respectively, in terms of crypto-friendliness. Spain ranked 4th, followed by Japan and Colombia.

New York has numerous options, such as shops and restaurants to spend cryptocurrencies , making it one of the crypto-friendly cities in the US. In terms of US cities with the most crypto-friendly communities, Los Angeles ranked 2nd, and San Francisco ranked 3rd. In contrast, China, Oman, Egypt, Qatar, Algeria, Iraq, Morocco, Tunisia and Bangladesh are the least crypto-friendly countries, which have all outlawed cryptocurrencies for different reasons.

Slovenia's capital, Ljubljana, has been found to be the most crypto-friendly city in Europe. The city of Ljubljana alone has more than 137 companies and 584 different locations that accept crypto assets. The Slovene government allows crypto payments in 72 shops and 33 sports venues. In honor of Bitcoin, Slovenia's largest shopping center is called BTC.

Prague was the second most crypto-friendly destination in the Czech Republic. Paralelni Polis is one of the city's major crypto-friendly attractions.

And, the Least Crypto-Friendly Country in Europe Is…

Also, Madrid, the capital of Spain, is the 3rd most crypto-friendly destination in Europe. The Spanish government implemented crypto regulation in 2021. With their cryptocurrency, Spaniards can buy gift cards online and in-store at apparel shops and electronics, such as Netflix subscription gift cards and Amazon gift cards. Malta has been ranked as the least crypto-friendly country in Europe.

Malta has no cryptocurrency regulations. In order to provide a more comprehensive analysis of the most crypto-friendly countries in the world, The Times of India noted that the survey also listed countries with the most crypto ATMs in the world.

A recent study performed by Fast Private Jet, an Italy-based business aviation company, revealed that Slovenia is the top-friendly cryptocurrency country in the world. According to The Times of India, Slovenia, the Czech Republic and Argentina ranked 1st, 2nd and 3rd, respectively, in terms of crypto-friendliness. Spain ranked 4th, followed by Japan and Colombia.

New York has numerous options, such as shops and restaurants to spend cryptocurrencies , making it one of the crypto-friendly cities in the US. In terms of US cities with the most crypto-friendly communities, Los Angeles ranked 2nd, and San Francisco ranked 3rd. In contrast, China, Oman, Egypt, Qatar, Algeria, Iraq, Morocco, Tunisia and Bangladesh are the least crypto-friendly countries, which have all outlawed cryptocurrencies for different reasons.

Slovenia's capital, Ljubljana, has been found to be the most crypto-friendly city in Europe. The city of Ljubljana alone has more than 137 companies and 584 different locations that accept crypto assets. The Slovene government allows crypto payments in 72 shops and 33 sports venues. In honor of Bitcoin, Slovenia's largest shopping center is called BTC.

Prague was the second most crypto-friendly destination in the Czech Republic. Paralelni Polis is one of the city's major crypto-friendly attractions.

And, the Least Crypto-Friendly Country in Europe Is…

Also, Madrid, the capital of Spain, is the 3rd most crypto-friendly destination in Europe. The Spanish government implemented crypto regulation in 2021. With their cryptocurrency, Spaniards can buy gift cards online and in-store at apparel shops and electronics, such as Netflix subscription gift cards and Amazon gift cards. Malta has been ranked as the least crypto-friendly country in Europe.

Malta has no cryptocurrency regulations. In order to provide a more comprehensive analysis of the most crypto-friendly countries in the world, The Times of India noted that the survey also listed countries with the most crypto ATMs in the world.