Romania has 47 retailers in 17 localities which accept Bitcoin transactions, most of the being deployed in the Capital area, says a study coinmap.org.
Bucharest-Ilfov region has 15 retailers that accept Bitcoin, posting the highest density. Bitcoin is also accepted in locations from Constanta and Cluj counties (both having four such locations), Bihor (nine retailers), Dolj and Bacau (three retailers each), Brasov (two retailers), as well as in Alba, Hunedoara, Sibiu, Prahova, Buzau, Galati and Iasi counties (all with one such retailer).
The European city with the most numerous retailers (148) who accept Bitcoin transactions is Prague in the Czech Republic.
Buenos Aires, Argentina hosts the second largest number of locations where Bitcoin payments are accepted (141), New York ranks third (137), San Francisco comes fourth (117) and Madrid fifth (101).
At present, a Bitcoin is USD 6, 556, compared to USD 8,250 on July 25, when it was the highest quotation since mid-May.