European Cannabis Company Adopts Verge (XVG)
The Verge team seems not to be giving in to the recent drop the market has been going through, announcing this new development to the joy of their holders and supporters.
“A world known cannabis seeds producer @royalqueenseeds is now accepting @vergecurrency payments via @CoinPaymentsNET. $XVG is the future and we are happy to have you by our side. Thank you for the support and welcome to #VergeFam! https://www.royalqueenseeds.com #XVG #Verge” – tweeted Verge.
The European company is one of the fastest growing cannabis seed companies on their continent, having years of experience in the growing cannabis seeds industry in the Netherlands. Royal Queen just decided to distribute its own line of cannabis seeds with quality feminized, auto-flowering and medical seeds at very low prices.
Recently, Verge joined forces with Panchanko, a company that manufactures well-refined audio cables which are used heavily in the music industry.
Even though Verge is experiencing different attacks, the team behind the cryptocurrency is trying to develop a permanent solution to it. Despite the fact this latest development is not following after an attack, there have been cases where Verge’s collaboration came after a hack.
After hackers took over their official twitter account asking for funds, Verge asked for a crowdfund of 75,000,000 XVG from supporters to finance a secret partnership with the adult giant website, Pornhub.
Following its second 51% hack, Verge was featured in a collaboration with a sauce company where it revealed their hot sauce product, PexPeppers Pueblo Red with its logo printed on it. XVG is also used as a viable payment option in the health and construction sector, due to its partnership with DIOXYME and Heightcare.
Verge has so far managed to spread out across various sectors of the world industries with its applications, and this new partnership just adds to its ever-growing list of real-world use-cases.