Home Technology Blockchain UAE aesthetics clinic to accept payment in cryptocurrency Skin111 and Idoneus ink deal making it the first clinic to accept the cryptocurrency by Divsha Bhat September 1, 2021 Skin111 Clinic, an aesthetic and medical services provider has announced a strategic collaboration with Idoneus, a blockchain-based luxury asset ecosystem, that will allow clients to pay for customised medical and wellbeing treatments in IDON Tokens. The IDON token is a digital payment token, also known as cryptocurrency, that is extensively used to purchase, sell, rent, and otherwise enjoy luxury assets, commodities, and services accessible on the Idoneus platform, as well as from individual or any organisation that takes IDON as a method of payment. “The Idoneus platform will offer Skin111 clinic clients a secure and efficient blockchain platform to make purchases at a fraction of the costs of traditional finance,” said Blaise Carroz, vice president, global acquisitions, Idoneus. Skin111 clinic specialises in well-being, anti-aging, dermatology and general medicine and offers IV vitamin drips, glutathione detox drips, oxygen therapy, laser hair removal, skin laser treatments and aesthetics dermatology. Earlier this year, Hublot’s CEO Ricardo Guadalupe confirmed in an exclusive interview with Gulf Business that plans are afoot to build a platform whereby customers will be able to purchase its creations using cryptocurrency. “We’re working on an online project where you can buy your watch using cryptocurrency. It’s a project we will launch this year,” said Guadalupe. Read: Exclusive: You may soon be able to buy a Hublot watch using cryptocurrency Also read: Cryptocurrency businesses can now open offices within DMCC freezone in Dubai Tags aesthetic Blockchain cryptocurrency digital payment Idoneus Skin111 Clinic 0 Comments Share Tweet Share Share You might also like Facebook chief technology officer Mike Schroepfer to step down Majority of MENA, Pakistan consumers prefer digital payment methods for ecommerce: report Dubai-based corporate services company accepts cryptocurrency payments An era of disruption: How to invest?