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If you’re wondering whether or not Kennected accepts bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, you’ve come to the right place. Today we are going to discuss crypto and Kennected’s stance on decentralized finance.
Although digital currency is not quite mainstream yet, there is a growing number of businesses that are now accepting bitcoin as payment. Let’s take a closer look.
Paying Kennected in Cryptocurrency or BTC
First, let’s have a brief overview of what cryptocurrency or crypto is. A cryptocurrency is defined as a virtual or digital currency that is secured by cryptography—that’s where it gets its name from. Thanks to cryptography, it is almost impossible to double-spend or counterfeit cryptocurrencies.
One key quality of crypto is that many of them are decentralized networks that are based on blockchain technology. This refers to a distributed ledger that is enforced by a network of computers.
Cryptocurrency is quickly picking up steam because it allows funds to be transferred directly between two parties more easily. It doesn’t even need a bank, a credit card company, or any trusted third party. Public keys and private keys are used to secure these transfers.
Does Kennected Accept Bitcoin: How to Pay Them
Bitcoin, or BTC, is a type of cryptocurrency that was created in 2009. This particular type of crypto is a decentralized digital currency that can lose or gain value, much like stocks. It can also be used to purchase goods and services. Some companies have turned to crypto, particularly bitcoin, in order to store and protect their cash reserves during the pandemic, which is a period of economic uncertainty.
Bitcoin is considered immune from inflation thanks to its fixed supply and the fact that the government cannot manipulate its value. It still comes with some risk because bitcoin is volatile.
That said, bitcoin is still the most common form of cryptocurrency, and is now being accepted by some businesses as payment. It is also being used to avoid banks’ transaction fees and long processing times. Not only is it the most popular form of cryptocurrency, it is also the most valuable.
It’s worth noting that there are no physical bitcoins. Instead, balances are kept on a public ledger that everyone can access. Each record is encrypted.
Though there are thousands of alternate cryptocurrencies, some are clones of bitcoin.
Kennected does in fact offer payments via crypto but only for high ticket consulting. If you are interested in paying with crypto, please contact a Kennected sales rep to discuss how to achieve this.
How to Pay a Vendor that Normally Doesn't Accept Crypto
Like other cryptocurrencies, bitcoin payments are primarily made over the internet. Its user base is still smaller than that of electronic fund transfers, and credit and debit cards, bitcoin is being adopted by a growing number of businesses—including Kennected.
Now you will find more and more businesses accepting bitcoin as a payment option to accommodate customers who want to use it. There are merchants such as Expedia, Dell, and Overstock.com that have joined the crypto train.
To make a payment with bitcoin, a person has to use their cryptographic credentials to sign a transaction transferring the amount of bitcoin to another person. This is then submitted to the block chain. ‘Miners’ verify the transaction by performing the necessary mathematical calculations. If the transaction is authentic, they will update the block chain to indicate the transfer of bitcoin ownership. It only takes a few minutes. The transaction cannot be reversed once it has been written to the block chain.
In order to send or receive crypto, you need a cryptocurrency wallet. You need to put in the public address of the recipient before you can send crypto. You can also put in your public address in order to receive crypto.
In some cases, sending and receiving is as easy as scanning a QR code related to the receiving address and then typing how much you want to send. But in other cases, the public address is needed.
Does Kennected Believe In Decentralized Finance?
The short answer is yes. However, Kennected does not offer financial advice. As such this is our opinion only and should not be taken as financial advice.
That being said, we do believe that cryptocurrency is the future of commerce. We do not have an automated way to process cryptocurrency payments for our onboarding or monthly recurring systems yet. We currently reserve bitcoin and other crypto payments for our high ticket consulting.
For example, if you want to spend a day with our CEO Devin Johnson and have him walk you through how he along with our co-founders grew Kennected into an Inc. 5,000 company in under 3 years; or if you want to learn how to create a content marketing plan that generates over 30,000 people per month to our website—you can pay for that in crypto.
Cryptocurrency is known for its portability, divisibility, transparency, and resistance to inflation. Crypto definitely has potential and it may become more commonplace in the future.
What Crypto Does Kennected Accept?
Currently, Kennected accepts only Bitcoin & Ethereum. If you want to discuss this with us, contact one of our sales reps at Kennected and let us talk about your options.
Kennected will help you unlock the power of automated lead generation using our revolutionary marketing software. And we will make it easy for you to pay for our assistance—whether you are using crypto or not.