Cryptocurrency Mania: Can you buy e-liquid and vaping supplies with Bitcoin?
With cryptocurrencies gaining in popularity these days, many vapers are looking to spend their after-Christmas Bitcoin profits on vaping deals with local and online vendors. As is typical during the holiday season, millions of Americans often rack up massive amounts of credit card debt spent on Christmas presents for the kids, vacation getaways, or cross-country visits with the in-laws.
Unfortunately, when the bills come due after January 1, the credit card companies do not allow payments made with crypto. However, never fear. We have a solution.
Vapes.com accepts Bitcoin, Litecoin, and Dogecoin
While Vapes.com does not endorse the trading or purchasing of cryptocurrencies in anyway, we do happily accept Bitcoin (BTC), Litecoin (LTC), and Dogecoin (Doge) as payment options for your favorite vaping supplies and e-liquids.
Bitcoin, the granddaddy of them all, has soared in price from about $1000 in February of 2017 to almost $20,000 just a couple of short weeks ago. Then right before the Christmas holiday, the crypto market experienced a slight dip in overall pricing, but BTC core and nearly all the rest are already rebounding quite nicely. In fact, Bitcoin is trending in upwards of $16,000 and climbing at the time of this writing. Yesterday, the day after Christmas, Bit jumped nearly 15 percent in less than 24-hours.
Meanwhile, other altcoins like Ethereum, Litecoin, Dogecoin, and the new-kid-on-the-block Ripple (XRP) are surging to what are expected to be new all-time highs. After last week’s selloff, many of the cryptocurrency platforms are experiencing record-high trading volumes once again.
And while many bankers and economists remain vigilant in their claims that “Bitcoin is in a bubble,” BTC core experienced an over 1100% profit margin this year even when the crypto market dipped last week to its lowest levels in almost four months. If that’s the return-on-investment for a “bursted Bitcoin bubble,” many vapers holding cryptocurrencies are probably laughing all the way to the bank.
The Crypto Craze is so popular right now that a certain publicly-traded beverage company named Long Island Ice Tea Corporation recently changed its name on the NADAQ to Long Blockchain Corp. By implying that they are now a crypto company by using the word “blockchain” (crypto-geek speak) in their moniker, the company’s stock soared nearly 500% within hours.
Meanwhile, there is also a new altcoin on the scene creatively-named Vaperscoin (VPRC). Yes, even vapers are jumping on board the Bitcoin Bandwagon!
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