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Lithuanian online electronic gadget retailer, Promaksa, has begun accepting Bitcoin for its electronic goods.
Gas Stations in Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia operated by Lukoil will now accept Bitcoin through a service called SpectroCoin, which allows them to pay with Bitcoin at the pump.
The central bank of Lithuania has issued a statement that the possibility of regulation for digital currencies is being discussed, but no action is likely to be taken as the country monitors other such decisions throughout Europe.
Lithuanian airline Air Lituanica announced on August 26 it has started to accept payments in bitcoins for flight tickets purchases.
An orthopedic surgery clinic in Kaunas, Lithuania, that is clearly targeting medical tourists has opened up its services to Bitcoin users
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