The 1inch wine exchange is starting trading in the United States and Canada, and is the first Canadian company to be approved to trade on the Canadian dollar.
It will become the first of its kind to use the U.S. dollar.
The exchange, which is backed by a private equity firm, will accept bitcoin, ether and litecoin.
The first U.K. and New Zealand customers are expected to be on board as early as this week.
Saratoga Wine Exchange, a San Francisco-based company that has partnered with BitPay, says it will be the first to accept bitcoin and ether in Canada.
The company will accept litecoins as well.
Saratona Wine Exchange is a wine exchange in Ontario, Canada, which says it wants to use its experience with bitcoin to help other companies like it to get in.
The Ontario company is using BitPay to support its exchange, and it has a team of 15 people working on bitcoin.
BitPay will be its primary partner.
The company says its goal is to expand its product offerings and expand its market reach.
Sarasota Wine Exchange says it hopes to offer a wide range of products including wines, wines by brand, wines from other regions and wine gifts.
The Wine Exchange will accept the digital currency, but it is unclear when the exchange will launch in the U of T or elsewhere.
Somerville Wine Exchange announced in December that it would accept bitcoin for purchases of select wines and spirits.
The store is also expanding its retail presence in Canada, adding restaurants, retail stores and more.
The wine exchange says its customers will have access to the same level of customer service as they would with a major retailer.