Following a tumultuous few months in which reactions to the Verge name ranged from ecstasy about the groundbreaking Wraith Protocol to outright accusations of scamminess, Verge delivered on their promise of unveiling their mysterious huge partner – and it’s a porn site Pornhub, which is among top 40 most popular websites in the world.
The market, however, has not reacted positively to these news. XVG price has dropped 34.51% as of the time of writing. The community does not seem to be too happy with these news – as a number of people have pointed out, who even pays for porn anymore?
In either case, Pornhub now accepts Verge cryptocurrency, a rebranded version of Dogecoindark, which split off from the original meme coin, Dogecoin, in 2014. Up there with them are also Brazzers and Nutaku, Pornhub’s sister sites, who also revealed they would be accepting the coins.
The recent controversy of Verge asking for a crowdfund of 75 million XVG, USD 3 million at the time, in order to release the name of their new partner had many believing Verge was trying to exit scam and that no such partner existed, especially when they kept pushing the date of the name release further.
Pornhub considers this partnership and the fact they will be accepting crypto “an important foray into the future.” In the case of Brazzers, the cryptocurrency will be used for adult video games. Verge is anonymity-focused, which is why Pornhub executives say they chose it over other potential partners.
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