Hong Kong Florist Now Accepts Bitcoin In Time For Valentine’s Day
Flower Delivery Hong Kong Ltd. is pleased to announce they are accepting Bitcoin payment just in time for the Valentine’s Day rush.
Most everyone by now has heard about the Bitcoin. As the popularity of the currency continues to grow, more and more businesses are seeing it as a viable alternative to cash or credit.
Unlike traditional currency, Bitcoins are not controlled by any government or organisation, so there is no problem with currency exchange or banking authorities. This means instantaneous transactions, paying for goods and services worldwide and no or very low processing fees.
Now, anyone across the world will be able to place an order on the Flower Delivery Hong Kong Ltd. website and pay without worrying about exchange rates or bank charges. Place an order; pay with Bitcoins.
“The decision to move to accepting Bitcoin made sense for us,” said Leslie Wu, director, “and this will be a strong increase in our international customer base.”
Valentine’s Day is around the corner, and this will be the perfect time for Bitcoin users to order flowers for family and loved ones.
Flower Delivery Hong Kong Ltd. offers same day delivery on all local Hong Kong orders, and any purchases made online, 10 percent of the profit will be donated to charity.
“It is best to order the Valentine’s Day arrangements now before the actual week before. This way the order will be ready, flowers on hand, and the delivery will already be set,” said Wu.
All deliveries will take place between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. To see arrangements and more, visit the website at www.flowerdeliveryhongkong.com/en.
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