Here’s a (shall we say) interesting development in the digital currencies e-commerce field. Adult media house HUSTLER.com has announced that they are now offering what they call “an unprecedented level of member discretion” thanks to a partnership with digital payments processor GoCoin.
According to today’s announcement, anyone who pays for their HUSTLER.com subscription using bitcoin, litecoin, and yes folks, even dogecoin, will received an offer of signing up for a lifetime membership for $500.
The head honcho at HUSTLER labels this as a good tool for the gentleman looking for a discrete way to purchase rude films and images.
“By partnering with GoCoin, our subscribers get extra privacy, and HUSTLER stays ahead of the curve by accepting new digital currencies,” he said in a Wednesday statement.
“It’s well known that the adult entertainment industry is often an early adopter and driver of new technologies,” added Steve Beauregard, GoCoin co-founder and Chief Executive Officer. “HUSTLER is continuing this trend by embracing not only bitcoin, but other emerging digital currencies as well.”
(We were supposed to put a screenshot of the website here but then we realized that would be wildly inappropriate.)
HUSTLER isn’t the first adult entertainment to embrace digital currencies as a means of payment. Other websites that will take your digital money include Porn.com, Mofos.com, Playboy Plus, and Brazzers.
Safe to say workplace productivity at bitcoin start-ups will be significantly lower tomorrow?