The German fashion brand Philipp Plein becomes the first fashion house to accept cryptocurrencies as an official payment method.
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Customers are able to use the digital currency to make payments in the brand’s brick-and-mortar stores around the world, as well as on its e-commerce platform.
“We start to accept 15 different CRYPTO CURRENCIES online on PLEIN.com and also in our stores – THE FUTURE IS NOW – CRYPTO KING PLEIN is targeting this year 100 million euro -ONLINE- turnover only. I am a crypto investor and I believe in the future of CRYPTO – this is why I decided to offer this payment method in my stores and online! Have fun guys and enjoy shooting CRYPTO COINS in our wallet – together we are making history,” posted Philip Plein on the label’s official Instagram account.
Philipp Plein accepts 15 different cryptocurrencies: Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, BNB Mainnet, Bitcoin SV, Dogecoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Nano, OmiseGo, Paxos Standard Token, Qtum, Tron, TrueUSD, USD coin, Tether ERC-20.
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Which fashion brand will be next?