The answer is no escort agency accepts Bitcoin in New York because Bitcoin still isn’t a ubiquitous currency, but loneliness is a ubiquitous feeling. So, maybe more people will begin to mine for coins so they can subsequently mine for a fleeting moment of love.
Also, I think of bitcoin as the local currency of the Internet. As a local curency it reinforces the community we’re trying to build.
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Bitcoin has been mildly popular as currency for adult online “cam” work in the past few years, where clients pay for live adult entertainment – usually shows or sexual interaction, and with individuals rather than agencies – performed via webcam.
The most famous example is Reddit’s NSFW community, Girls Gone Bitcoin.
In this subreddit forum, people – mostly girls – show skin while flashing a FirstBits payment address or QR-code where viewers can deposit their “appreciation” and accept payment in Bitcoin.
Since then, amateur couples on “Cam4BTC” and various other adult performers have posted to Girls Gone Bitcoin when they offer live online sex shows in exchange for bitcoins.
LadyBytes, the female Reddit member who started Girls Gone Bitcoin said she wanted to start it to teach more women about bitcoin and I also saw the potential for employment. Work anonymously… No taxes, no work visa? Yes please.[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]