Reuben Coppa has always been a man with a plan. More than an early adopter of bitcoin and crypto, Coppa helped introduce bitcoin ATMs to Australia years ago. His timing was a little off on that one, but history seems to be on his side in the long run. Coppa’s newest endeavour is intimate, a crypto token that was designed exclusively for the purchasing of adult content. We’re not just talking videos, but live-cams, dating apps, sex robots and maybe even escorting. The end goal is to make paying for adult content safer and easier than ever before, all while granting anonymity to the customer and provider alike. We sat down with Coppa to let him explain intimate in his words. Check out the video and/or read below for more details.
As any purveyor of adult content is likely to know, the sex industry is routinely plagued by payment issues, the main one being that banks want nothing to do with providers. That would seem to open a door for crypto, which is decentralised and thereby untethered from banking regulations. However, most adult content providers aren’t equipped to accept bitcoin, and the ones that do frequently have to inflate prices to account for fees and other service costs.
Enter intimate. It’s a digital token you can buy using bitcoin or ether, which can then be used to pay for adult content. As a result, you get safe and instant transactions that don’t come with any adjoining fees. Think of intimate as the middle man between you and the provider, however it’s a middle man operating via blockchain technology and decentralised currency as opposed to a regulated banking system. In other words, big brother is not watching you (or judging you) when you use intimate. The whole concept sounds downright radical to say the least, providing new tiers of efficiency, anonymity and security. Suffice to say, we’d gladly pick up what Coppa and company are throwing down!
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