CoinDesk’s new “laundy coin” is an example of a new payment method that uses blockchain technology to enable people to pay for their laundry, rather than using cash or credit cards.
A new payment option for the cryptocurrency coinLaundrycoin is a cryptocurrency that is built on top of Ethereum and uses blockchain to enable payments.
Users can pay for items from a digital wallet using an ethereum wallet, or from their phones or computers with the coinLocker app, which also supports bitcoin, litecoin and ethereum.
Laundrycoins have been available for sale since September, but the app’s developer, Nick Colucci, announced on Tuesday that the coin was available for purchase on CoinDesk.
CoinLocker, which is available for iPhone and Android devices, uses the same blockchain technology that powers Bitcoin and Ethereum to create a payment solution.
Using blockchain technology, users can send and receive payments using the Ethereum blockchain, which can be accessed through a browser, or through a web interface.
“A laundry coin is a crypto payment system that uses Ethereum to send and collect payment for laundry,” Colucci wrote in a post announcing the coin’s launch.
“The coinLocked can be used to pay laundry bills in either cryptocurrency or fiat currency, and the crypto payment service itself can be secured with a smart contract.”
LaundressCoin uses the Laundress blockchain to allow users to pay bills in both cryptocurrency or a fiat currency.
Users will need to provide a personal identification number (PIN) in order to use the coin, which allows them to verify their identity and purchase items.
The coins are stored on the blockchain, so they don’t need to be synced with any other wallet.
The coinLocks are available in increments of 10,000 coins, or a total of 1,000 Laundycoins.
Coincoins have not been widely used, but they have a lot of potential.
“With coinLock, you get to pay with crypto,” Coluucci wrote.
“This is a way to pay cash and/or credit card for things that you might not have access to in cash or a credit card.”
The coin Locker app also offers a laundry basket app, where users can store their coins in their mobile wallets and send and/at grocery store checkout to receive cash or pay with coinLoan.
The laundry app also lets users pay for laundry using the coin.
CoinCoinLocks can also be used as a way for consumers to pay rent and utilities, which could help consumers in areas that struggle with rising rents, Colucci said.
“I hope it becomes the new norm for people to have a cryptocurrency as a payment option,” Colucco said.
CoinLock is available now for iPhone, Android, Windows, and ChromeOS, and it is expected to be available for desktop as well in the coming weeks.