Bitcoin is expanding to a lot of sectors of the economic life and every day we see more and more companies willing to accept Bitcoin or using its technology. Now, it seems that the Non-Prescription Meds industry is turning its interest to digital currencies. While some online businesses are created because of Bitcoin, others just adapt to the new possibilities that digital currencies can offer, and Non-Prescription Meds industry is not an exception.
Yesterday a thread posted on Bitcointalk Forum by a representative of one of the oldest Canadian no prescription pharmacies online saying that the company was thinking in integration with cryptocurrency: In fact, they are already accepting Bitcoin, Litecoin and Dogecoin as part of their primary test to check the market response:
I represent one of the oldest Canadian no prescription pharmacies online. We have 100s of shops under many domains and we deliver goods to customers since over 6 years. Currently, we are considering adding BTC as payment solution but we have to check markets response to that.
For the testing we have opened 2 shops on new domains:
Where you can use coupon code “bitcoin” to get 10% discount.
If you are interested to get drugs in future using BTC please order things in our shop using the coupon. This is to show our managers popularity of cryptocurrency oriented community in our products.”
Chosen by thousands of customers all over the World Toronto Drug Store has proven to be a reliable drug supplier for all of its clients. Working with more than hundreds of countries, the company gained a large client base.
One of the company’s major goals is to provide their customers with the best possible services available online, as well as it aims to have a steady development by having their eyes set on the future. That’s why the company sees as crucial starting to accept cryptocurrencies as a way to enlarge their audience.
The No Prescription Drug market is a million dollar market used by a huge number of people. Some fear this Industry will attract a lot of scammers while others think this will be a new market where Bitcoin could attract a whole lot of new people.