The Simpsons Cryptocurrency Episode - "Frinkcoin"

Cryptocurrencies are getting more popular than ever. Recently Bitcoin, Litecoin and Dogecoin symbols have been spotted in The Simpsons latest episode titled "Frinkcoin".  Frinkcoin is the 675Th episode of American animated sitcom which aired on FOX Channel February 23rd 2020. The plot of the comedy evolved around the development, adoption and the demise of Frinkcoin cryptocurrency. The show brought the subject matter to a wide audience and is quite educative about blockchain. In a very funny way of course.

Watch it on Fox

Many crypto advocates highlighted the episode on Twitter in celebration. Despite Litecoin being hilariously featured in an anti-blockchain formula; Charlie Lee the creator of Litecoin, was one of the first to tweet his excitement about the mention. 




Also on Twitter, @TheSimpsons account is having fun with the audience and the crypto community by running an asset pool. "Which one would you invest in?" With FrinkCoin taking the lead agains gold, renmin…

SPEDN by Flexa - Starbucks, Whole Foods and other retailers accepting Bitcoin payments



Released to users on May 13th 2019 at Consensus SPEDN by Flexa became a hit instantly. The excitement surround its unofficial partnership with Starbucks, Whole foods and other groups also drove more bulls into the Bitcoin run which Hit $8300 Dollars yesterday. 


According to Flexa network: " Flexa is a new payment network, built using cryptocurrencies, that brings buyers and seller closer together. In order to cut costs, eliminate fraud, and preserve and protect your privacy."

The SPEDN APP by Flexa is a dream come true application for Crypto enthusiasts. Investors are gradually shifting the majority of their spendable assets into Crypto and many would like to spend it in crypto as well. Converting back into fiat is certainly a inconvenience and the only thing missing was retailers willing to accept it. 

For the retailer the app has no draw backs in terms of volatility. The Cryptocurrency is converted into cash before the point of sale. Sellers will receive the transaction as cash.

With the practicality of the SPEDN WALLET app Starbucks, Whole Foods, Basking Robins, Nordstrom and other Retailers enabled crypto payments this week. My assumption is that other retailers and service providers will follow suit. Companies want to save money on transaction costs and realized that their costs diminish significantly when crypto currency payments are used instead of credit cards. A savings that can range from 1% to 5% per transaction.  

The excitement around the SPEDN by Flexa app on Twitter is very alive. Charlie Lee creator of Litecoin twitted his followers for support as John Kim and Flexa's CEO work in Litecoin support.



Yahoo finance also Twitted a video interview with Flexa CEO explaining the app in detail. Watch it Here

Available at Apple Store. Android Version coming soon. 

https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/spedn-by-flexa/id1456135087?mt=8

I have downloaded mine and will soon be headed to Starbucks to give it a try soon. 

Please note that you can skip the invitation code and go directly into the wallets. Name, date of birth, US state, and email are required information. 

By: MamaeCrypto

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