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Brazzers and Pornhub Partnership Fail To Help Verge (XVG)

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After a long awaited and most anticipating thirst for the announcement of the mystery partnership which Verge(XVG) promised to unveil if its crowdfunding campaign was successful within the slated date, the altcoin went on its twitter page to announce that world’s biggest porn site has its partner and that the platform will be accepting the cryptocurrency for payment.

“Pornhub has started accepting cryptocurrency as a payment option, the company announced today”. “The site now accepts Verge cryptocurrency,” the cryptocurrency aired on its microblogging platform.

Subsequent to the partnership with Pornhub, Verge [XVG] also disclosed a collaboration with Canada-based Brazzers, also a pornographic production company which was founded in 2004. The partnership with the porn duo companies brought more hopes into the crypto world that they will thrust the altcoin beyond imaginable thought.

Before the initiation of the crowd funding campaign, Verge announced that if the campaign was successful, it will foster a huge partnership with a company which has a “vast network of high traffic sites”, and that it would be “utilizing the donations to initiate a massive marketing campaign across multiple networks.”

Verge team further added that the mystery partnership “could be the largest adoption of a virtual cryptocurrency ever.”

Undoubtedly, Pornhub is a great and massive company in the world to partner with, and surely, such should bring huge greatness to Verge.

The Aftermath Of The Partnership.

Charlie Lee went on his Twitter handle to mock the partnership, uttering a sarcastic statement that the collaboration cannot make Verge light the world in any piece.

“Turns out Verge’s super expensive partnership was PornHub. “we think it has gained enough steam for us to penetrate the market.” penetrate. @Pornhub, enough with the foreplay. Time to accept the real cryptocurrencies like BTC, LTC, and XMR,” lee said.

Just as if the Litecoin’s founder knew what the outcome of the partnership would be, the aftermath of the partnership was quite disappointing.

While the partnership was unveiled on April 17, Verge, according to Coinranking was priced $0.085 and subsequently, the altcoin dips down.

On April 18, Verge was valued $0.0724, while April 19 marked another fall, when the altcoin was priced 0.0692 against dollar. Lastly, as at the press time, Verge sinks down to $0.0674, a steady and slow fall in price even amid the crypto market comeback when all cryptocurrency seem to be bullish.

Conclusively, it is now glaring that the collaboration, instead of pushing Verge to the limelight, it seems like it is deepening it into obscurity.

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