Hotels in Egypt, including hotel chains like Luxor and Ramez, are offering a host of new and limited cryptocurrencies in the hopes of boosting tourism, the Associated Press reports.
Cryptocurrency trading is expected to continue in the coming months, according to AP.
Crypto-currency traders have found a number of different ways to purchase the digital currencies and some of them, like Bitcoin and Litecoin, are more popular than others.
For instance, there is a Bitcoin ATM in Egypt that has recently received an uptick in sales.
It’s not clear how many people have tried to use Bitcoin to purchase hotel accommodation in Egypt.
Other digital currencies are currently being used by travelers.
Cryptolinks, a service that allows people to purchase digital currency online, reports that there are more than 100,000 people using Cryptolink as a platform for purchases in Egypt and about 3,000 businesses are using Cryptols as a payment method, according a Reuters report.
The new currencies are not the only digital currency to be sold in Egypt over the past few months.
Another cryptocurrency, Litecoin , also has gained popularity, with users trading it for real money and using it as a means of payment for things like food and gas.
However, the popularity of Litecoin is growing more quickly than Bitcoin, which is gaining in popularity.
In fact, Litecoins are currently trading at a rate of $11 per Bitcoin and are about to hit $50 per Bitcoin.
However a large number of traders are looking to trade Litecoins for gold or silver.
The Bitcoin price peaked at $1,547 per Bitcoin in December of 2015 and has since fallen to about $1.25 per Bitcoin, according CoinMarketCap.
That’s a loss of nearly $150 per day.