San Jose, CA — November 11, 2017Dominican haberdresser SallyS has launched a bitcoin payment platform to accept payment from bitcoin users in the country.
SallyS is one of the first hairdressing companies to accept payments via bitcoin in the Caribbean.
SallyS hairdresses have been accepting payments in bitcoin since 2017.
Slightly more than two years ago, SallyS announced it was launching a bitcoin payments platform in the United States, and today, the company announced that SallyS will accept bitcoin as a payment method.
Bitcoin payments can be accepted for a variety of reasons, including due to high transaction fees and limited supply of available bitcoin.
Sallys haberds have been the first company to accept a bitcoin-based payment method since it launched in 2017.
Bitcoin is a digital currency that allows users to store and transfer value.
It is used for buying goods and services and for remittances, or international remittance payments.
For example, a person in the Dominican Republic can send money to the person in Miami for a haircut, or to another person in Florida for a new car.
Sillys hairstylist Sallys has been accepting bitcoin payments for about a year, and she said the company decided to accept the currency in 2017 because of the high transaction rates.
Bitcoin transactions are very fast and can take up to two days to complete, which makes them a good choice for small transactions, according to SallyS’ marketing director, Alicia Martinez.
Bitcoin users can send Sallys bitcoin to the address that she has set up for them.
The payments can then be processed by SallyS.
Bitcoin payment platforms have also been popular with the U.S. military, where the U,S.
Navy and Air Force have used them to pay for haircuts.
The company’s payments are also available to individuals, as long as they have a US address.
The decision to accept Bitcoin payments comes as the U-S-C has been considering adopting Bitcoin in its financial services.
Sally’s first US-based hairdryer, Sally’s, had its first bitcoin payment in September 2017, when it accepted bitcoin payments.
Sleeping Beauty hairdo salon, also in San Jose and the Philippines, has accepted payments from the digital currency in the past, and in 2016, it was the first salon in the U to accept both bitcoin and the UPA.
The UPA is the U and Philippine governments’ central bank.
The UPA has been conducting a series of consultations with foreign and domestic authorities on cryptocurrencies.
The country is also moving to include Bitcoin in national currencies and currencies in the International Monetary Fund’s official basket of currencies, the UPUF.