New Avenue For Verge: Pornhub Subscriptions ✅

Pornhub has announced a new avenue for Verge, with its latest partnership with the adult entertainment company. With a focus on privacy and anonymity, this partnership will likely bring more people to the cryptocurrency.

The digital currency Verge, abbreviated as “XVG,” received a boost in popularity on Tuesday when it was announced that Pornhub would accept XVG as payment for memberships. Pornhub is the biggest adult entertainment website on the internet, as well as one of the most popular.

“Verge is a decentralized cryptocurrency based on an open-source platform with no centralized authority. Verge has a transaction rate of 100 transactions per second. According to Cryptobase, “with RSK technology deployed, that figure is expected to exceed 2000 transactions per second.”

XVG has a market valuation of $1.20 billion as of Tuesday’s writing, making it the 21st most valuable digital currency.

According to a statement, “Pornhub users will now be able to use Verge to pay for all Pornhub purchases – including Pornhub Premium, the company’s HD, On-Demand streaming service,” which “allows for anonymous transactions by obfuscating the IP address and geolocation of its users so that they are untraceable.”

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For XVG, a collaboration with Pornhub may be a major opportunity. Pornhub is in the top 50 most visited websites in the world, with Google, Facebook, Yahoo, Amazon, Netflix, and Instagram. Pornhub receives more traffic than, to name a few, Google Canada, eBay, Bing, and Alipay.

Verge is different from other cryptocurrencies in that it uses Tor and the I2P network to provide the user experience rather than encryption.

“Verge Currency, which was launched in 2014, is meant to be used on a daily basis. According to the statement, it “improves upon the original Bitcoin blockchain with the goal of providing people and companies with a quick, efficient, and decentralized method of conducting direct transactions while preserving personal privacy.”

Verge will also be accepted by Pornhub’s in-house production business, Brazzers, and its adult gaming site, Nutaku.

“This collaboration offers a massive worldwide market that will compete with fiat currencies. Verge CEO Justin Sunerok stated, “It’s big for Verge, and we’re very pleased to finally be able to announce it.”

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