Furniture Company Möbler Design Now Accepts Bitcoin

Furniture Company Möbler Design Now Accepts Bitcoin

Bitcoin adoption added another notch to the stick this week when up-and-coming design company, Möbler, announced that it will be accepting Bitcoin payments for its innovative furniture design, corporate interior design and retail design services. Möbler is based in Johannesburg, South Africa, from where the company designs and dispatches custom furniture and interiors, as well as office and shop designs to the accelerating continental African retail sector. In a radical rethink of the traditional you-come-to-us design business model, Möbler offers customers, wherever they are, an....


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