Verge (XVG), Recently Adopted By The Health Sector, Is Going After PayPal

When Verge (XVG) partnered up with MidGeek’s PornHub and Brazzers, two of the biggest names in the pornographic industry, the community showed disappointment and asked for some real partnerships with FinTech sector. However, Verge team kept on moving forward and some names from the health sector adopted XVG. Now, Verge is targeting even higher and is going after PayPal.

Many words were spoken when XVG teamed up with MindGeek who adopted it as a new cryptocurrency-based payments method on its PornHub and Brazzers porn sites.

However, XVG continued to be adopted by small companies and some online stores. But nothing big, apparently.

Verge (XVG) has been adopted by a big name in the health sector

Silently, while the community was still debating the low-profile partnerships Verge signed, a big name in the health sector, Dioxyme, announced on its site, Dioxyme.com, that they have accepted Verge (XVG).

Dioxyme is a big player in the supplements industry where is activating in an interesting niche. The company offers dietary supplements for active people who want to enhance their sportive performances.

Besides Dioxyme, however, XVG has also been adopted by HealthCare, a platform that sells and rents scaffoldings and provides their construction advice when big projects involve them.

Verge (XVG) price

All these news would definitely be good news for every other cryptocurrency but not for XVG. Despite the positive news surrounding the crypto, Verge (XVG) is still trading lower and lower against the USD.

As we speak, XVG is traded at $0.053, registering a decline of 3.21% in the last 24 hours.

However, all these deals it made lately helped Verge coin moving closer to the $1 billion market cap milestone. For the moment, it scores a market cap of only $807 million.

Verge (XVG) is going after PayPal

Supposedly, some inside sources announced that “Verge is aggressively pursuing PayPal via their Venmo platform.” According to the sources, PayPal and its Venmo platform are working on listing a lot of cryptocurrencies and XVG might be one of them.

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