AMC CEO Adam Aron Asked Bitpay To Support Shiba Inu Payments

OVERVIEW

  • On monday, Adam Aron Asked Bitpay To Support Shiba Inu Payments.
  • Aron announced on Twitter that Bitpay, has chosen to support Shiba Inu after he requested it.
  • AMC also announced plans to establish more than a dozen new sites across the US, Europe, and the Middle East.

On Monday, Adam Aron, the CEO of AMC, the world’s largest movie theatre chain, revealed that the company will soon be able to accept cryptocurrency Shiba Inu (SHIB) as a form of payment for online ticket purchases.

It’s worth noting that AMC is the largest movie theatre chain in the United States, Europe, and the rest of the world. The firm had roughly 950 theatres and 10,500 screens throughout the world as of March 31.

AMC WILL START TO SUPPORT SHIBA INU WITHIN 24 Hrs

Aron announced on Twitter that Bitpay, a cryptocurrency payment service, has chosen to support Shiba Inu after he requested it.

As a result, AMC will be able to accept SHIB for online movie ticket and concession payments in 60 to 120 days. AMC Theatres will be the first Bitpay client to adopt SHIB, according to Aron.

Aron previously stated that the firm has been looking for a means to take SHIB since he set up a Twitter poll on October 29 asking his fans if AMC should accept SHIB alongside Dogecoin (DOGE) and other cryptocurrencies.

Surprisingly, 87.6 percent of the 153,100 votes cast responded “Yes.”

Meanwhile digging into the matter, Famous Youtuber Matt Wallace replied on Adam’s Tweet saying “We want to pay with dogecoin”.

AMC also announced plans to establish more than a dozen new sites across the US, Europe, and the Middle East in the near future, in addition to cryptocurrency adoption.

Meanwhile, SHIB is currently trading at $0.000051 USD, with $3,429,572,568 USD in 24-hour trading volume. According to CoinMarketCap, the meme coin has dropped 3.74 percent in the previous 24 hours.

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