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Custom Truck Shop to Accept Cryptocurrency Payments


Meridian, Idaho-based ATPTrucks will start to accept payments in cryptocurrency, powered by e-commerce project Chimpion. Founded in 2007, ATPTrucks specializes in truck performance, upgrades, parts and accessories.

Chimpion is a cryptocurrency e-commerce platform that enables any merchant to begin accepting cryptocurrency payments online.

ATPTrucks is making its inventory of tens of thousands of truck parts available to the world by accepting an array of cryptocurrency coins that includes Bitcoin Diamond (BCD), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Bitcoin (BTC), Dash, Ethereum (ETH), Litecoin (LTC), and Zcoin (XZC),.

“At ATPTrucks we live and breathe trucks, and we’re committed to providing top-notch customer service to all of our walk-in and online customers,” said founder Rob Coddens. “Accepting cryptocurrency payments means that we can reach more customers and provide them with a fast and affordable payment method that they can trust.”

Thanks to drastically reduced transaction fees (less than a penny), eliminated currency conversion fees, and freedom from chargebacks, ATPTrucks is able to pass on even more savings to their customers, according to the shop.

Cryptocurrency was designed as a means of transaction as peer-to-peer electronic cash, with hopes of matching the functionality of traditional fiat currency with even greater efficiency, accessibility, and security. Bitcoin, the most known cryptocurrency, launched in 2009 and hundreds of other digital currencies have since followed.

For more than 10 years, Adrenaline Truck Performance (ATPTrucks) has provided customers with extensive expertise in truck performance, upgrades, parts and accessories. With tens of thousands of parts in stock, ATPTrucks’ close supplier relationships allow them to purchase, market and sell almost any truck or SUV product at the most competitive prices.

Staffed with passionate truck experts, ATPTrucks is ready to answer any question about GM, Dodge, Ford or import trucks and SUVs.

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