Shiba Inu Accepted as Payment by Blockchain Focused Listed Firm BOTS
BOTS, Inc. (OTC: BTZI), a global technology conglomerate specialising in Blockchain-based solutions such as decentralized finance applications, cybersecurity, crypto generation, and mining equipment renovations and warranties, announced today that it will start accepting payments in the SHIBA INU (SHIB) and will offer Black Friday discounts on its entry-level Dogecoin miners.
BOTS, Inc. is a worldwide technology business specializing on Blockchain-based solutions, such as decentralized finance and cybersecurity. The company holds a portfolio of digital assets and cryptocurrency-related enterprises, including BeadSwap, a decentralized cryptocurrency exchange, and Bitcoin ATMs.
BTZI has announced the development of competitively priced first generation Dogecoin miners that would be distributed free of charge to users of KNOS’ AIRDOGETM purifiers. Additionally, during the deal, which continues through the end of this week, Bitcoin miner warranties and miner maintenance services are offered at up to 25% off their usual prices.
The Company is currently working on a private Dogecoin pool and a next-generation, very sophisticated Dogecoin miner, both of which will be released shortly. Dogecoin has come a long way from its humble beginnings as a lighthearted cryptocurrency focused on a Shiba Inu dog meme that went widespread on the Internet. What began as a spoof project designed by software programmers Jackson Palmer and Billy Markus to be “as stupid as possible” has grown to become a top 10 cryptocurrency with a market valuation of more than $35 billion and a worldwide fan following.
As with Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Litecoin, the Dogecoin-inspired Shiba Inu coin is a highly popular cryptocurrency that can be used to purchase goods and services. It is a community-driven token with functionality that includes a decentralised exchange (ShibaSwap), a platform for working with non-fungible tokens (NFTs), and a profitable tool for passive income, according to NOWPayments.
According to CNN, the Shiba Inu coin price set a new record, establishing it as the most rapidly expanding commodity in history, gaining 30% in a 24-hour period only on the expectation that a Robinhood petition to include it to their cryptocurrency list of tradable currencies would boost popularity.
Since reaching an all-time high last week, it has reduced some of its gains but then proceeded to climb to the dizzying heights of the 13th biggest digital currency by market value yesterday. The cryptocurrency, which was introduced last year, has increased by more than 100% during the past seven days and currently has a market capitalization of over $23 billion, exceeding Dogecoin in terms of trading volume.
As with Dogecoin, the Shiba Inu coin’s mascot is the Shiba Inu dog. Its spectacular growth has made some investors instant billionaires. Additionally, the currency has garnered support from a number of celebrities, ranging from former boy band members to professional sports. Earlier last year, Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin made news when he donated $1 billion in SHIB to an Indian COVID-19 relief fund.
Cryptocurrency mining has grown in popularity over the last several years as investors want to diversify their portfolios outside the conventional stock market. BTZI is the first public firm in North America to provide Bitcoin miner warranties to operators. The extended miner warranty programme initially covers just Bitmain-manufactured miners, but BTZI plans to expand coverage to include Canaan Inc, MicroBT Whatsminer, and other top Bitcoin miner manufacturers in the near future.
The Company previously announced the availability of Bitcoin mining repairs via an approved national Bitcoin miners’ repair facility, which is now fully functioning as a subsidiary of our new company, TekX Mining and Gaming PC Solutions LLC. Around 3,000,000 Bitcoin miners are operating in the United States of America, with around 2,000,000 in Canada. BTZI forecasts that with no known competitors, the extended Bitcoin miner warranty market in the United States of America might rapidly approach $1.2 billion. Additionally, BTZI is establishing a ten-megawatt self-mining plant in West Virginia.
BOTS, Inc. is the first company to develop an approach to Bitcoin miners’ extended warranties – providing a cost-effective and efficient method for Bitcoin mining farm operators to purchase warranty contracts and file claims against them – enabling Bitcoin miners in North America to scale their mining operations. The warranty covers labor on all components of the Bitcoin mining equipment, including remote monitoring services, hardware coverage for the mining gear, and rack systems.