You can buy luxury headphones with crypto!

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We have found yet another marketplace, where you can spend your crypto! 

Headphones.com is a family business, run by two brothers, which accepts cryptocurrency payments!

Their primary goal is to deliver the customer the best sound experience for the best price in the market.

Accepting crypto for headphones

Cryptocurrency payment options within the website.

Judging by the twitter profile of Andrew Lissimore, the CEO of Headphones.com, the two co-working brothers have been early Bitcoin investors. Andrew is continuously endorsing cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology in his twitter profile. They started accepting Bitcoin in early November 2017, and now they have grown to multiple cryptocurrency payment options. They accept Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), EOS, 0x (ZRX), Litecoin (LTC) and more cryptocurrencies. 

The business model

Their business insists on five significant principles. They guarantee that their product will always be 2% cheaper than any other product on the market. However, there are a few occasions when they can’t beat the price. Then they will let the customer know, that their competitor has a better rate. Next, they provide fast and free shipping. Headphones.com will delist any product that gets terrible reviews from the customers, that way they only sell a product that their customers love.

Possibly the best thing which sets this company aside from similar ones is the fact that the time to send the product back and ask for a refund is a full year!

Moreover, they are constantly improving their online store to meet its customers best expectations.

It’s common to see self-made businesspeople accepting cryptocurrency payments within their companies. They are young, and they share almost the same ideology than crypto – getting rid of the middleman. Also, this state-of-mind kind of brings cryptocurrency and everything related to it together with these kinds of people, that are willing to do good for the society.

Keep them crypto-friendly businesses coming!

Source:

https://www.headphones.com
https://goo.gl/xvtHT2
https://twitter.com/andrewlissimore

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Crypto.com added Ripple to their wallet and card app.

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Just now, Crypto.com, previously Monaco, posted an announcement of adding Ripple to their platform. Crypto.com is a pioneering cryptocurrency platform from Hong Kong, which allows users to buy, sell, send, track and pay with crypto with the help of their platform. They also offer a variety of pre-paid cards, which all have different easements for the user. 

Crypto.com already supports Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Litecoin (LTC), Binance Coin (BNB) and their own MCO token.

“XRP is the first coin that we’re releasing on our newly built backend infrastructure, which allows us to add new coins faster, as well as to perform faster withdrawals, all while maintaining full security of the platform. We intend to increase the number of coins listed aggressively, to eventually cover all cryptocurrencies that matter,” commented the company’s CEO and Co-founder Kris Marszalek.

These are great news for the Ripple community, as they have been constantly left out from Coinbase side, when speaking about the addition of alternative coins or tokens. Crypto.com being a slightly new company, looks like they can provide the proper service to their users and their token hasn’t bottomed out nor performed poorly. It has had some ups and downs, but the market movement is hopeful. The MCO chart also is not your everyday sh*tcoin chart with only one trend – down, overall it has seen some fluctuation since last year.

Definitely check this service provider out and decide on what you want to use it with. There are plenty of competitors in the game of crypto payments, cards, transactions, but now, during the bear market, only a few projects have been able to keep their heads above the water.

What kind of a cryptocurrency payment platform are you using?

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