Classic Recreations Becomes First Custom Car Builder To Accept Cryptocurrency Payments
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Classic Recreations Becomes First Custom Car Builder To Accept Cryptocurrency Payments

According to a survey by Finder.com, there are currently around 26 million Americans who have purchased cryptocurrencies and this number is continuing to grow as more businesses begin to accept it as a form of payment.

Oklahoma-based Classic Recreations has announced it will now accept a wide variety of cryptocurrency, including but not limited to, Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Litecoin (LTC), Ethereum (ETH) and Docademic (MTC) as a form of payment. The custom coachbuilder fabricates high-performance built-to-order vehicles that take roughly 2,500 man-hours to complete and is licensed by Ford Motor Co. and Shelby American to build officially-licensed continuation vehicles.

The allure of cryptocurrency is clearly resonating with consumers, Classic says. According to a survey by Finder.com, there are currently around 26 million Americans who have purchased cryptocurrencies and this number is continuing to grow as more businesses begin to accept it as a form of payment. Now, owners of Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, Ethereum, Docademic and other forms of cryptocurrencies can use it to purchase their dream car through Classic Recreations.

“My entire life I have had a strong fascination for technology and its evolution,” said Jason Engel, owner of Classic Recreations. “Cryptocurrencies have come a long way and continue to solidify themselves as a legitimate currency on the global market. The true beauty of accepting cryptocurrency is the universal aspect of it which allows Classic Recreations to connect with consumers from anywhere in the world.”

To pay for their Classic Recreations vehicle via cryptocurrency, customers will need an electronic wallet. Payment will be sent to the Classic Recreations wallet address associated with the form of cryptocurrency used for payment. Information regarding the payment, transaction and accounts are all protected through encryption software built into the wallet through a private key.

For more information on cryptocurrency payments, Classic Recreations custom high-performance built-to-order vehicles or Shelby and Ford licensed continuation vehicles, visit ClassicRecreations.com.

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