The adult industry is gradually accepting cryptocurrency as it is requested by many of their customers. It was recently reported that Bunny Ranch has started accepting cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin for payments.
Bunny Ranch is a legal and licensed brothel in Nevada, United States. The ranch is owned and operated by Dennis Hof. The brothel has a great history as it originally started in the year 1955 but was termed legalized in 1971. It was later bought by a Dennis Hof, who himself was a frequent visitor. Since then it has made an appearance in few T.V. shows such as Supernatural and Gilmore Girls thus entering the pop-culture.
Earlier this year, Dennis stated that:
“We’ve some of the richest men in the world coming in and out of my brothel. Our high dollar clients are accustomed to getting anything they want here, so when I started hearing requests from them to look into accepting bitcoin; I tool those suggestions very seriously.
An employee at Bunny Ranch said:
“A wonderful and rather tech-savvy client came in offering to purchase my services with Bitcoin, and we executed a transfer from the customer’s Bitcoin wallet to my own. I then paid cash from my personal stash to the office.”
Bunny Ranch cathouse, Pornhub, and Brazzers are the first ones in the adult industry are willing to accept digitalized currencies. Bunny Ranch is the first legal brothel to have an online website, podcast and a large social media gathering.
Blake, a crypto-enthusiast says:
“Gimme one reason why Cryptocurrency would burst like a bubble? Look at the adult industry, first pornhub and now Bunny Ranch. There are many people who would prefer blockchain method of payment, rather than an elaborate tax-decuction method”
Holmes Veic, a Reddit user says:
“Wow, its like the next step is to employ Robot-sex workers. Congratulations to all the humans, we are moving towards the next generations where everything will be on the blockchain network and ultimately these blockchains will end up owning us”
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