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AMC Accepts Dogecoin for Digital Gift Cards
  • AMC Entertainment (NYSE 🙂 Holdings Inc now accepts payment for gift cards.
  • AMC accepts DOGE and will offer gift cards up to $200 per day.
  • Anyone can use BitPay to make payment for DOGE or other cryptos.

AMC Entertainment Holdings Inc.’s CEO Adam Aron has just announced that the theater chain now accepts Dogecoin payment for its digital gift cards. This means that anyone can pay digital gift cards with DOGE and go cashless.

Aron posted that AMC would now be selling gift cards at $200 per day by accepting DOGE. The company won’t just accept Dogecoin, it will also accept BitPay wallets for other cryptocurrency.

Aron also stressed that AMC gift cards can only be accepted through their official website. You can also purchase it via mobile apps and at theaters.

Commenting on the AMC Dogecoin sensation, one Youtube advocate Matt Wallace applauded the company’s movement. He even stressed that “when we work together and stay strong anything is possible.” Even more, many Twitter (NYSE:) netizens also got inspired by AMC’s announcement.

AMC has been working to make it easier for other crypto-heavyweights to be paid online, and this is before the 2021 deadline. AMC has since removed DOGE. Aron conducted a Twitter poll to get public opinion about whether Dogecoin should be included. The overwhelming majority of people, including Elon Musk, voted for DOGE.

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Mike Robinson
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