As we reported earlier this week, the KryptKoin marketplace, which is called Kryptly, has finally gone live after several delays. Even though the platform has only just opened its doors, the developer is working hard to add additional features and support multiple digital currencies. DogeCoin will most likely become the third cryptocurrency accepted on Kryptly!
Over the course of this weekend, Bitcoin payments will be enabled on Kryptly. We mentioned in our previous article how BTC payments were disabled for the time being, but it looks like that matter has been resolved rather swiftly, which is good news.
Next Monday, the first actual product will go up for sale on Kryptly, which will be a wordpress plugin. Revenue generated from sales of this item will be shared with all eligible KryptKoin holders. A total of 20.4% of the revenue goes to KTK holders who keep the funds in their wallets. As far as I know, I am one of the eligible KTK holders, so I definitely look forward to this.
In order to become eligible, and track their earnings, a dedicated page will be put up on Kryptly soon. Simply enter your KTK address, and you are all set. It is not yet known when the first dividend will be paid out , as it will depend on the number of sales. An update regarding this matter is expected next week.
At some point later next week, the second Kryptly-owned product will be added to the decentralized marketplace. This item will be a WordPress theme, and revenue generated by selling this item will also be shared with eligible KTK holders.
On to the big news then! WIth Bitcoin payments enabled, Kryptly will support two different cryptocurrencies. But there will be a third addition to this list, as DogeCoin will (most likely) be added as a payment option. This is not confirmed as of this writing, so we will keep an eye out for additional information.