Hustler Gives Memberships for Bitcoin, Litecoin and Dogecoin

Stephen Yagielowicz

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. — Leading adult entertainment website,, has announced its partnership with digital currency payment processor, GoCoin.

Starting today, customers who pay for their subscription with digital currencies Bitcoin, Litecoin or Dogecoin, will receive a special offer for a lifetime membership for $500.

Making headlines for 40 years, Hustler and its leader, Larry Flynt, are American icons on the frontlines of the fight to preserve First Amendment rights, while fighting social injustice and exposing hypocrisy in government. The company also publishes men’s magazines and operates enterprises including novelty shops, a clothing line, gaming, bars and more.

“By partnering with GoCoin,” says Larry Flynt, Hustler’s founder and publisher, “our subscribers get extra privacy, and Hustler stays ahead of the curve by accepting new digital currencies.”

The company notes that Bitcoin transactions do not include a person’s name and mailing address, as a credit card or bank account would require. Instead, they list the person’s public Bitcoin address (or “key”), which appears as a random string of letters and numbers.

GoCoin is an international payment platform for processing emerging digital currencies, allowing online and retail merchants to accept Bitcoin, Litecoin and Dogecoin at checkout, insulating merchants from the complexities and volatility surrounding alt-currencies by settling transactions in the currency of their choice. Founded in July of 2013, GoCoin is an international group of companies with offices in Singapore, London, Nassau, Boston and Santa Monica.

“It’s well known that the adult entertainment industry is often an early adopter and driver of new technologies,” Steve Beauregard, GoCoin’s founder and CEO, explains. “Hustler is continuing this trend by embracing not only Bitcoin, but other emerging digital currencies.”

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