Australian National Review Now Accepts Qoin for Advertising and Donations Along With Bitcoin 2.0 and a New Global Currency Launching Called “Our World Coin”
By Staff Reporter
Australian National Review now accepts Qoin for advertising and donations, along with Bitcoin 2.0 and a new Global Currency launching called “Our World Coin.
Like many small to larger businesses more and more are switching to accepting cryptocurrencies as a way to boost sales to customers they normally wouldn’t have access to.
ANR said it’s more than happy to partner with Qoin to help more small business be able to afford to advertise or even donate to help support independent media which in turn supports its loyal readers, many who own a small business.
It said to advertise with ANR readers simply have to visit
Or to donate and access sponsors offers which can be lucrative as below such as “Our World Coin” current sponsorship offer
Currency Switch Proving Profitable for Regional Businesses
Smaller regional merchants are tapping into opportunities to trade in cryptocurrency, while continuing to sell to customers the traditional way.
Charters Towers business owner Diana Lynch said she was approached by a representative from Qoin this year to sign up to be a part of the digital currency trading system.
She said already she had reaped the benefits of being involved, with her giftware business Poppet Head now reaching out to a whole new market.
“Being involved in Qoin has given me a wider audience for my online business,” she said.
“I’ve been able to sell items that have been in stock for a long time, and they’re going all over the country. “I feel like I’m getting value for what I’m getting.”
Ms Lynch said she had previously looked at investing in Bitcoin, but felt it would have been far better to get into that market years ago than now.
She said she felt that while there were no guarantees with any cryptocurrency, the benefits thus far had outweighed the risks.
“I made a small investment in Qoin to begin with to get me started and I’ve made lots of sales, which has given me more,” she said. “What I’ve made I’ve been able to use to buy more stock from Qoin merchants.
“There’s a very enthusiastic Qoin community, with 36,000 merchants in Australia and New Zealand. “If I was living in Brisbane I could get my tyres, my car fixed, I could even buy a Porsche if I had enough Qoin.”
Ms Lynch said for her, taking advantage of a cryptocurrency wasn’t about investing like someone would in stocks and shares.
“It’s not about making big money for me, it’s about trading,” she said.
“Some people trade in half cash, half Qoin, but for the moment I’m just reinvesting my Qoin back into my business through other suppliers.”
In a statement on its website, Qoin said its cryptocurrency was primarily a payment currency for goods and services, unlike other “speculative tokens”.
“As more merchants accept Qoin as payment it can potentially make Qoin very attractive for medium to long term hold,” the statement said.
There are hundreds of bitcoin currencies traded in Australia, with some of the better known cryptocurrencies being Bitcoin, Dogecoin and Ethereum.