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AMC Kicks Off Accepting Bitcoin, Ether, Litecoin and Bitcoin Cash For Ticket Purchases

AMC Entertainment CEO Adam Aron reveals that how the big cinema giant now accepts Bitcoin, Ether, Litecoin. Also, and Bitcoin Cash, particularly for ticket purchases.

“Big newsflash! As promised, many new ways NOW to pay online at AMC…”
“We proudly now accept: drumroll, please… Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin…”
“Also Apple Pay, Google Pay, PayPal…”
“Incredibly, they already account for 14% of our total online transactions! Dogecoin next.”

— Adam Aron (@CEOAdam) November 12, 2021

Furthermore, AMC Entertainment CEO Adam Aron confirms they plan to add Dogecoin as its next cryptocurrency.

Meanwhile, the 67-year-old CEO Adam Aron notes that AMC will also add Shiba Inu.

Recall, The world’s largest movie theater chain, AMC formerly announces plans to start accepting Bitcoin in early August.

Also, In mid-September, Aron goes on to tweet on the company’s plan to add several major altcoins. Of course, that’s before posting Twitter polls about Dogecoin and Shiba Inu.

More so, AMC also goes on to active support for Google Pay and ApplePay, also Paypal on its website and mobile app.

Additionally, In early October, it starts permitting customers to buy electronic gift cards with several cryptocurrencies, like Dogecoin.

Lastly, AMC stock sees decline of 17% this week before rebounding slightly on Thursday. As per recent regulatory filing, Aron sells $25 million worth of shares, recently.

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