Peninsula Visa Now Allows Travelers to Pay for their Passport with Bitcoin

SAN JOSE, Calif., Nov. 11, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Passport and visa expeditor Peninsula Visa today, announced it will now start accepting Bitcoin as payment for select passport services using Coinbase Commerce as the secure processor for these transactions. Customers can access this new service by visiting: https://www.peninsulavisa.com/passport-services-bitcoin

“Never before has anyone been able to pay for a U.S. passport using a digital currency. We’re thrilled to be the first company in the nation offering this alternative payment method to our valued customers.”says Evan James, Chief Operating Officer at Peninsula Visa. “As we look forward to a post COVID world, one that we believe will be more digital than ever before, offering travelers the ability to pay via Bitcoin feels like the right move at the right time.”

The following passport services are available for payment via Bitcoin with additional passport and visa services to be rolled out over the next 12 months:

Passport Renewal
Name Change
Second Passport
Second Passport Renewal

Peninsula Visa — Peninsula Visa was founded in 1975 as an airline ticket delivery company in the Silicon Valley. Since its start, Peninsula Visa has navigated and transitioned through the constantly changing landscape of technology and international travel. Today, Peninsula Visa is a leader in passport and visa expediting serving travelers nationwide.

Coinbase — Founded in 2012, Coinbase is a is a secure platform that makes it easy to buy, sell, and store cryptocurrency like Bitcoin.

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Evan James, Peninsula Visa & Passport Service Inc., +1 4087277515, support@peninsulavisa.com

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