MIAMI, FL / ACCESSWIRE / January 12, 2022 / We've all heard about the increasing value of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, and for those who invested early on, they will soon reap the benefits. Consumers can now use cryptocurrency to buy services from businesses worldwide.
More and more big companies are seeing this as an opportunity. Though there are few contractors that accept cryptocurrency at this time, the Founder and CEO of Skyscraper Construction LLC, Kevin Cruz, has been involved in cryptocurrency since 2017.
As an investor, he was able to make an informed decision to accept cryptocurrency as payment, starting December 2021. He states, "Cryptocurrency will evolve into a more common payment option. It's essential to adapt to new technology where you can in your business," Cruz states.
Increase Customer Base
Many clients are interested in cryptocurrency as it makes real estate liquid and provides more investment opportunities. "It may not be long before the blockchain enters the public sphere and becomes commonplace in regular business transactions," Cruz comments.
By offering cryptocurrency payment options, Skyscraper Construction LLC will appeal to a wider customer base. As customers begin to use this currency more frequently, they will likely gravitate toward businesses that offer blockchain payments as an option – similar to when customers started gravitating towards merchants that took cards over cash.
Advantages of Cryptocurrency
In the coming months and years, we will see an increase in cryptocurrency payments, and Skyscraper Construction LLC is taking full advantage of this, evolving as the monetary system does.
"We pride ourselves in being different from the construction industry stereotype. Our director's ethos is driven down through the business – the desire to work and collaborate as part of a team and to remain open and flexible to modern technology and change."
The major advantage of accepting this form of payment for services is that there are fewer fees, and it is available right away. The company pays less because they are not paying to process the payment, and it is automatically transferred into cash and deposited; there's no waiting.
Skyscraper Construction LLC's ethics were founded on the belief that safer practices in construction equal more jobs for workers. Along with incorporating technological advancements, Cruz believes that the future of construction needs to be built around efficiency, environmental awareness, and safer practices that will provide more jobs for workers.
30 Years of Experience in the Miami Construction Industry
Cruz started helping his father with side jobs and going to job sites at just fourteen years old. He started learning more and more about the trade and acquired a great deal of hands-on job training.
He earned his State Certified General Contracting license and launched his own business in 2020. He is now pursuing his passion for the craft, building and serving commercial clients and high-end luxury homes.
As Miami continues to evolve and grow,I believe there will be more job opportunities available in construction. – Kevin Cruz
Our ability to successfully undertake work in these locations is sustained by our emphasis on using our established network of local subcontractors and suppliers. Keeping it local is an important principle in our business.
We are continually reviewing our network of suppliers and contractors to ensure that all uphold the core business values that we consider essential. Our core values revolve around business integrity, high-quality service, innovative solutions, and excellent results.
To become a client, visit: www.skyscrapercm.com, email [email protected] Call (786) 220- 6915
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