Plantations International Goes Digital
SINGAPORE / ACCESSWIRE / March 11, 2023 / The Plantations International group of companies is pleased to announce its expansion of Bitcoin and cryptocurrency acceptance policies. The company's new policies will enable its clients to use digital currencies to purchase agricultural ownership opportunities and make payments for other services.
This policy shift has been a long time in the making and is a direct result of feedback from internal and external stakeholders. Cryptocurrencies led by Bitcoin have become more and more accepted as forms of payment by the general public over the years. Offering such alternative payment solutions is just one of the many ways in which Plantations International is leveraging technology to serve its clients better.
"We are always looking for ways to enhance our services and meet the changing needs of our clients," said Gareth Cookson, Managing Director of Plantations International. "We recognize the growing demand for Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, and we want to provide our clients with the flexibility to choose their preferred payment method."
Plantations International believes that block chain technologies will improve clients transactional costs and and offers a whole new level of convenience for all its clients around the world. Clients paying with Cryptocurrency may do so through their usual crypto applications by scanning Plantations International's provided QR code or entering its numeric address. Plantations International is capable of accepting major cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH) and Tether USD (USDT) for its Mango and Durian projects.
This move comes in response to the growing popularity of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, as more people seek out digital payment options for security and convenience. With this expansion, Plantations International aims to cater to the evolving needs of its clients, providing them with greater flexibility and ease of use when conducting business transactions.
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SOURCE: Plantations International