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Shiba Inu’s BONE Is Now Payment Option For Merchants


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Bone ShibaSwap (BONE) can now be accepted as payment by millions of merchants all across the globe via NOWPayments.


Netherlands-based crypto payment gateway NOWPayments keeps on helping the Shiba Inu ecosystem to grow and get mainstream adoption.

In a recent development, NOWPayments announced that it had added support for the Governance token of Shiba Inu, BONE ShibaSwap (BONE), to enable millions of merchants worldwide to accept BONE as a payment. Consumers now would have an opportunity to make payments in BONE for their desired product while doing online shopping.

Besides payments, NOWPayments also enable businesses to pay their employees’ salaries in crypto and helps non-profit organizations accept crypto donations.

NOWPayments has now enabled payments of all three tokens of the Shiba Inu ecosystem (SHIB, BONE, and LEASH), commonly referred to as the “SHIB Trifecta.” Before listing BONE, the leading payment gateway only supported SHIB and LEASH.

NOWPayments also contribute towards Shiba Inu burn via the optional burn feature introduced on March 25th, 2022. This feature enables merchants to burn a portion of the profits they receive in SHIB or LEASH.

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