Privacy-based cryptocurrency Verge (XVG) has announced today that they’ve partnered with Pornhub. The move means that users can now pay for premium subscriptions using an anonymous cryptocurrency.
Verge’s Price Takes a Pounding Following Pornhub Announcement
The partnership has been teased for weeks now. Earlier in March, Verge were slated for their appeals to users to contribute $3 million to reveal the name of the company they’d be working with.
The announcement of the Pornhub partnership was initially penned for late March, it was then postponed until April 16 and finally the 17th. However,

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