According to a tweet from French company Opera House, it will be the first time that the company will be offering bitcoin payments for purchases.
The company announced the partnership on Twitter on Tuesday.
The Paris Opera is the biggest theater in the French capital, home to the Royal Opera House and the École des Beaux-Arts.
The organization is renowned for its unique style and tradition, with performances of works by Wagner, Mozart, Beethoven, and Debussy.
Its official website says that the Paris Opera will be accepting bitcoin payments from April 28, but it is currently accepting bitcoin at the time of writing for all ticket holders.
Opera House CEO Pascal Golland told the news website that it’s “only a matter of time” before the company is able to offer bitcoin payment to patrons.
While there is no guarantee that the partnership will succeed, it could potentially give Paris Opera an edge over competitors in the global bitcoin ecosystem, which are currently in a position to offer services like virtual tour, mobile apps, and more.
In October, the company also announced that it would be launching its own cryptocurrency exchange, Poloniex.
That exchange, which will accept bitcoin for purchases and sell bitcoins for cash, will allow customers to send fiat currency to anyone, including merchants.
Paris Opera House has not yet released any official statement regarding the partnership, but its Twitter post is the latest in a long line of announcements from the company.
It also launched a new app earlier this year called L’Adriatico, which offers live streaming and mobile apps for people in Paris.