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Do you want to show off your support for cryptocurrency and look good doing it? Peaceful Warrior lets you buy jewelry that will do just that, and you can also pay for all items in the store with bitcoin cash, of course.

Also Read: How to Invest in Cryptocurrency Without Worrying About Volatility

Crypto Lifestyle Brand

Crypto-friendly e-commerce platform Peaceful Warrior was launched in March 2019 with the aim of inspiring people to use digital coins for shopping and in order to “help achieve global adoption of cryptocurrencies, used as a mean of exchange.” It is designed to be a lifestyle brand that shows you are dedicated to promoting freedom.

The store features jewelry items such as unique necklaces and bracelets, specialty beauty and care products as well as art celebrating women and crypto. It is integrated with Coinbase Commerce, so you will be able to pay with your bitcoin cash (BCH) and a number of other cryptocurrencies as well as Paypal.

Peaceful Warrior Lets You Buy Jewelry With Bitcoin Cash
Earrings sold on Peaceful Warrior

The platform was established by “three passionate women who care about free economy, crypto and living beautiful and balanced lifestyles.” The founders explain they wanted to not only create a place for people to enjoy shopping but also help entrepreneurs interested in accepting cryptocurrency sell their products around the world.

If you can’t find exactly what you are looking for on Peaceful Warrior, make sure to check out the Store which features, among other things, gift cards for many popular fashion brands.

What do you think about shopping on Peaceful Warrior? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

Images courtesy of Peaceful Warrior.

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