The Dutch have started accepting bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies as payment for their wedding photos.
The service, known as Denswiler, will soon allow anyone in the country to upload photos to their digital photos album, or “photo album”.
It will be open to the general public from June 1st, 2018.
The first photo uploaded will be a wedding, with the couple to be married at a venue in the Netherlands.
The couple will be paid in bitcoin.
The idea behind the service is to help ease the burden on wedding photographers who might be faced with the task of processing wedding-related photos.
There are a lot of options for wedding photos, including professional photos and the like, but the process is often complicated and time consuming.
The Denswatler service is hoping to solve that by offering the best of both worlds.
While it may sound like a big deal for a wedding photographer, it will likely prove to be a popular service.
The service has already attracted more than 100,000 people, with many of them using it as a means to pay for their weddings.
The company also hopes to attract more photographers from other countries, who might not be able to afford to travel to the Netherlands to take a wedding photo.
“This is a very important moment in the wedding photography industry and we are glad to be able offer this service to the world,” said the company’s founder, Jeroen de Jong.
The Denswedler service was launched earlier this year and is now available to the public.
Image credit: Denswariler/Twitter”This service is an easy way to pay the photographer, and it is also a very effective way to give an honest view on the experience of a wedding,” said De Jong.
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