Singapore Architecture and Design Firm to Accept, Keep Bitcoins

Singapore Architecture and Design Firm to Accept, Keep Bitcoins

An award-winning architecture and interior design firm in Singapore says it is the first of its kind to accept bitcoin payments from clients. Furthermore, the company intends to keep the coins to pay its business costs in future. TOPOS Design studio, located in Upper Cross Steet near Singapore's central business district, is an international architectural and interior design firm that has won seven International Design Awards in the past two years and has been shortlisted for two others. It also has offices in Hong Kong and Dubai, and designs for clients in all major areas: hospitality,....


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