Alternative Pin Up Site SuicideGirls Now Accepts Bitcoin for Memberships

alternative pin up website suicidegirls accepts bitcoin

“The most dangerous global sorority of stunning pinup girls that has ever existed” is now accepting bitcoin for its membership subscriptions.

SuicideGirls is a popular adult themed online community that bills itself as an event of alternative way of lives and female empowerment.

Some 2,628 SuicideGirls offer photos, videos and articles to the site. Additionally, the bigger SuicideGirls brand has expanded from photography and video to including of comics, magazines and books given that its launch in 2001.

SuicideGirls initially broke the news it would accept bitcoin on Reddit in a post detailing its excitement about adding the payment option. The post played off favorable remarks provided by the group’s co-founder Missy Suicide in the company’s formal press statement.

Missy showed that accepting bitcoin for its memberships is just the primary step in what could be a larger move by the brand to accept digital currency. Missy stated SuicideGirls is working next to accept bitcoin at its online store, and it wants to take bitcoin for ticket sales at its live burlesque tour this fall.

Memberships cost the bitcoin equivalent of $48 for one year, $75 for two years and $200 for 5 years, and offer access to exclusive photos, videos, online groups and community occasions. The business accepts bitcoin payments through merchant processing provider BitPay.

Alternative Pin Up Site SuicideGirls Now Accepts Bitcoin for Memberships

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