Canadian Healthcare Service Firm is Accepting Payments with Shiba Inu Coins Soon

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A Canadian healthcare service firm is making itself stand out from the crowd by its willingness to show their support for cryptocurrencies. By allowing them to spend with popular meme coins: Shiba Inu ($SHIB), Dogecoin ($DOGE) and Floki Inu ($FLOKI).

“Ask The Doctor” is a Canadian healthcare services company headquartered in Toronoto. Its original purpose was just to provide health and medical information (in a similar way to WebMD). Currently, via its partner firms, it provides the following services:

  • telemedicine consults
  • covid-19 tests
  • travel medical insurance
  • dental procedures
  • cosmetic procedures
  • physio, chiro, and massage treatments

Prakash Chand is a Co-Founder of Ask The Doctor, as well as its Chairman and CEO. He also seems to be a huge advocate for crypto. In fact, in April 2016, HuffPost spoke to Chand, as well as Dr. Michael Warner, who was the Chief Medical Officer at the time, about the firm’s acceptance of crypto (Bitcoin and five other cryptocurrencies) as a means of payment.

On November 14, Ask The Docotor announced on Twitter that support for Dogecoin is coming in the coming weeks. And later on November 23, Ask The Doctor took a Twitter survey to find out which Dogecoin-inspired cryptocurrencies they should continue to support. Shortly after, they received the answer: Shiba Inu Coin ($SHIB) and Floki Inu Coin ($FLOKI).



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