, would like to inform all its customers that due to customer demand, we are now accepting BITCOIN as one of the payment methods. This is in addition to other payment ways that our esteemed customers were using to pay for bus tickets to travel within East Africa. The introduction of Bitcoin as a payment method shall also work alongside Mobile Money (MTN & Airtel) and Visa payment methods., is Uganda’s pioneer platform offering bus travelers the platform and opportunity to book any bus to travel anywhere within East Africa.
While we’re focused on giving people more seamless bus booking experiences, we’re also fierce advocates in democratizing Bus travel, which in turn offers bus users the flexibility and the freedom of choice. That’s why today, we also announced that we’ll enable our customers to easily buy bus tickets using bitcoin in the coming months as our team creatively harnesses the reality of building East Africa’s most influential and dynamic bus eco-system

How it works

To pay your bus ticket using Bitcoin, any one with Bitcoins in their wallet will proceed to or via the Ugabus app, go through the booking process and at check out, shall be provided with a Bitcoin QR code or our wallet address for payment.

We have used the latest technology availed by the blockchain wallet to integrate the ugabus system hence offering the user an automatic way to pay, and instantly receive an SMS with your ticket details. It is this SMS that you present to the bus on your day and time of travel.

The management of assures you of continued support, innovation and seamless freedom in bus travel across East Africa.

To learn how to Book a Bus using UGABUS, Click here.

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