Nowadays, it seems that all businesses want to receive “alternative” fees. However, Bitcoin is not the only solution available; at least some businesses believe DOGE is a viable alternative currency. Pay Later Tires revealed earlier today that it would welcome payments in Dogecoin, Bitcoin, and Ethereum to buy tyres and wheels from its online merchant store. Because of its specialist existence, the company became the first tyre and wheel manufacturer in the United States to recognise Dogecoin as payment.
In response, Pay Later Networks Chief Operating Officer Marie Williams said that crypto assets are “a win-win for everyone.” She went on to say in a statement:
“In today’s challenging economy, it’s important to offer flexible payment methods to people on a budget or with credit limitations…We’ve always responded to the needs of our customer-base and adapted accordingly. Cryptocurrency is a win-win for everybody.”
DOGE as a payment method is gaining popularity among large corporations. Maybe to catch up with the theme. Indeed, through a deal with BitPay, entrepreneur Mark Cuban, owner of the Dallas Mavericks, recently agreed to encourage users to pay Dogecoin for tickets and merchandise.
Such trends in the DOGE world, though, are dominated by optimistic tweets from DOGE enthusiast Elon Musk, who has spent his days endorsing the meme-coin. The Telsa CEO recently stated on Twitter that he will sell his techno track regarding non-fungible tokens for 420 million DOGE tokens.
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