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Hublot Starts Accepting Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Payments

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Hublot watches can now be purchased with cryptocurrency. 

Swiss watch manufacturer, Hublot, launched its new limited edition luxury watch, called “Big Bang Unico Gray”. The payment for the purchase of the watch can take place through the cryptocurrency payment platform BitPay.

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total 200 this edition watch has been produced exclusively on the Hublot platform. Many luxury brands have now adopted and accepted cryptocurrency payments.

Price of the limited edition watch 'Big Bang Unico Gray'' this is about 27.200 Euros. In the United States, there will be a price 22.000 dollars. 

To purchase one of these watches, the buyer must pay more than 1 BTC a little bit.

Luxury watch manufacturer Hublot was founded in 1980 by Carlo Crocco. The company is owned by French luxury group LVMH.

LVMH acquired Hublot in 2008. LVMH also owns another luxury watch brand, Tag Heuer. Tag Heuer also recently started accepting digital currency payments.

Tag Heuer absorbed in total 12 cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin, Ethereum and even Dogecoin. The brand has also decided to accept payments from other stablecoins.


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