Reeds Jewellers has announced it is now accepting Bitcoin for payment in all 64 retail locations and online at www.reeds.com.
Reeds Jewellers has partnered with Coinbase, to accept all Bitcoin transactions. In order to make purchases with Bitcoin customers must have a Bitcoin wallet. In addition to fine jewellery and watches, Reeds is also offering customers the ability to use Bitcoin to buy gold ingots and diamonds complete with GIA grading reports.
“Since our founding in 1946, Reeds Jewellers has aimed for excellence in customer service and providing the latest innovations to enhance the shopping experience,” said Alan Zimmer, President & CEO. “Reeds was one of the first jewellers with a digital presence, launching our website in 1998, and being the first fine jeweller to accept Bitcoin in all retail locations and online at reeds.com is a natural evolution. Reeds Jewellers is pleased to be open for business with Bitcoin.”
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