Bitcoin Cash

Shiny Leaf now accepts Bitcoin Cash

Bitcoin Cash

More and more online retailers are accepting bitcoin cash as a payment option and Shiny Leaf is the latest to join the bandwagon.

The leading natural beauty cosmetics company has announced support for bitcoin cash as a payments method. The addition of this cryptocurrency payment option is yet another step for Shiny Leaf as a leader in creating innovative and high quality natural beauty products as well as providing an improved customer experience.

Bitcoin Cash is a fork of Bitcoin core that happened in August 2017 and is one of the fastest growing cryptocurrencies today in terms of adoption and value. It was created as an answer to the scalability issues that Bitcoin core has been facing and is causing high fees and slow transactions. Bitcoin Cash is known to provide faster transactions for customers as it increased the block size thus allowing more transactions to be processed.

Bitcoin Cash payments are fast, reliable, simple, and stable. It requires little to no fees and it is one of the most secure ways to make online purchases. The inclusion of this cryptocurrency as early adopters has made Shiny Leaf ready for the future of online shopping.

Head of Marketing and PR, Alisha Murray, commented on the addition of Bitcoin Cash as a payment option at Shiny Leaf: “Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is the future of payments. It’s one of the easiest and fastest ways to pay online. It carries practically no fees and provides customers with a seamless, hassle free buying experience. As pioneers and leaders in the beauty market, our goal is to provide top of the line and highest quality products while making sure that our customers have a pleasant online shopping experience. We want our customers to find delight in both our products and our services. Accepting Bitcoin Cash payments will help make this happen.”

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Beryl Jones

Beryl Jones

Beryl is a journalism graduate with keen interest in technology. Beryl has been attracted to Bitcoin and other digital currencies from 2009 while she was still pursuing her graduation. She loves writing articles and covering news on cryptography, digital currencies and related subjects.

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