RPGStash Accepts Crypto Payments Including In Bitcoin Diamond

RPGStash, an online platform selling video game keys and virtual assistance for massive multiplayer online games, decided to take advantage of the growing cryptocurrency community in the online gaming industry.

Among accepted cryptocurrencies are Bitcoin Diamond (BCD), Bitcoin (BTC), Dash, Ethereum (ETH), Litecoin (LTC), and Zcoin (XZC).

Their team strives to stay attuned to the needs of its customers, and their decision to move into the cryptocurrency space helps stay true to that goal.

“As a company that focuses on serving tech-savvy customers, we decided to adopt cryptocurrency to provide more payment options and to make the purchasing process more convenient for existing customers. With real-time transactions, RPGStash customers can enjoy a more efficient shopping process while staying anonymous.” said Shu Chen of RPGStash. “With BCD and other crypto payments, our products will be more accessible to new international customers.”

Also, they have recognized the speed, especially that of BCD, convenience, cost-effectiveness, and decentralized nature of digital currencies.

RPGStash.com was launched in 2004 by a team of dedicated gamers, and since then has established a strong presence in many of the biggest games on the market. The vision was to provide services nobody else was providing in various popular online games while at the same time catering to gamers looking only for virtual game currency. The company currently has around 20 employees with offices in the United Arab Emirates and China.

Their platform a popular place to find keys for such popular video games like Diablo 2, Elders Scrolls Online, Fortnite, Realm of the Mad God, Runescape, and Tibia. Gamers can also buy game items like Runescape Gold, Fortnite Guns, and Realm of the Mad God Potions. Besides these they sell pretty much everything that possibly can be sold in the games they feature: currency, equipment, character level, ranking.

Besides testing the crypto waters, the team is also planning to overhaul the shopping experience for users on mobile devices to keep up with the times.

Their website explains step-by-step the whole process of buying their items with Bitcoin.

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