Digital currency the new way to pay for asphalting projects
Renowned Melbourne based asphalting supplier is now accepting payment in digital currency for its transformational projects.
Operating for over 35 years, Stephen Brunskill Asphalting, run by husband and wife duo, Stephen Brunskill and Jenny Lawson, has developed a strong reputation for its residential, commercial, municipal and sports facilities transformations.
Based in Croydon South in Melbourne’s east, the company services Melbourne and surrounds and has completed hundreds of projects, ranging from driveway and tennis court resurfacing to Olympic standard outdoor sports facilities.
For the first time, Stephen Brunskill Asphalting is accepting payment in Qoin, Australia’s newest digital currency.
“We think Qoin is a great investment in our business and our lives,” Stephen Brunskill said today.
“We really want to see how we can make the most of it as we go along and there are clear cost benefits for our business.”
The pair pride themselves on building long-term relationships and with a strong repeat and referral customer base already established, they intend to use Qoin to increase their foothold in a number of markets, primarily residential.
“We want our asphalting business to benefit from it and build our own Qoin base of customers.
“Residential is where Qoin will be most represented. At the same time, anyone who wants to pay in Qoin, we’ll work with them.”
“The possibilities are endless,” adds Jenny Lawson.
More than 11,000 Australian small businesses have joined Qoin, the newest digital currency. Built on blockchain, Qoin offers merchants and consumers an innovative and secure alternative to connect and interact
In addition to residential projects, Stephen Brunskill Asphalting has become a highly rated specialist in outdoor sports facilities, including netball, basketball and BMX, having completed three of the best BMX tracks in Melbourne.
Mr Brunskill continues, “Our aim is to become the best asphalt Qoin supplier in Melbourne. If someone is looking for a strong relationship and quality work for long-term result, they should look no further than Stephen Brunskill Asphalting.”
In the last nine months, more than 11,000 Australian small businesses have joined Qoin, the newest digital currency. Built on blockchain, Qoin offers merchants and consumers an innovative and secure alternative to connect and interact.
Qoin Australia Chief Marketing Officer Andrew Barker says, “Merchants and consumers are becoming more aware of the concept of digital currency. Global trends indicate that digital currency is the future way to conduct business.
“Supporting small business is the cornerstone of Qoin. The Qoin model stands apart from other digital currencies in that the value of Qoin increases as the merchant ecosystem grows. The more businesses that join the Qoin community, the more everyone benefits, providing a vital boost to local economies.
“Now more than ever, Australian small businesses are looking for innovative ways to sustain cashflow and make the most of their down time. Qoin enables them to do both while offering a payment method to their customers that is fast, secure and virtually contactless.
“Qoin has had huge take up in Australia with more than 11,000 validated merchants joining the Qoin community in the first nine months. With Qoin launching into New Zealand and further global expansion planned in 2021, Qoin is confident that this success can be replicated in other countries.”