Luxury Swiss Watchmaker Breitling Now Accepts Bitcoin

Luxury Swiss Watchmaker Breitling Now Accepts Bitcoin

Breitling is the latest Swiss luxury watchmaker to start accepting bitcoin, following the steps of TAG Heuer and Hublot.Breitling now accepts bitcoin.The Swiss watchmaker has added BitPay’s cryptocurrency payments service to its website, allowing customers to choose BTC on checkout.TAG Heuer and Hublot have recently made similar announcements.Luxury watchmaker Breitling now accepts bitcoin payments.The Swiss watch manufacturer teamed up with cryptocurrency payment services provider BitPay to enable the new payment method in its online store.“Luxury watch brand, @Breitling now accepts....

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