The market is hot for cryptos right now.
Many people are buying with their own fiat currency, with prices ranging from $2.50 to $1,500 per unit, depending on where they buy.
The great plains zoo has a $1.50 million annual budget and has a large number of animals to keep them fed and happy.
It’s not the only zoo that has raised money with crypto: the Memphis Zoo has raised $500,000 through a crowdsale and a team of cryptos will be working to bring more zoo animals to the city.
But what if you’re in the Memphis area and are wondering if you can buy your zoo’s animals for crypto?
The answer is yes, thanks to the Great Plains Zoo.
It has partnered with the Dallas Bitcoin Exchange to sell their animals for the crypto.
“Our zoo has been a part of crypto for a while and now is our chance to showcase it to the world,” said Great Plains Chief Operating Officer David Givens.
“Our goal is to get the zoo to more people and hopefully have a positive impact on the local economy.”
Great Plains has partnered up with Dallas Bitcoin Exchanges for the sale of its animals to cryptocurrency buyers.
This allows the zoo and its team to get their money out into the world, while at the same time keeping its animals happy.
“It’s a unique opportunity to partner with Dallas to help bring more animals into the zoo ecosystem,” Givins said.
“We’re hoping to have the zoo’s staff and employees start working on the zoo this year and the zoo will be able to continue to grow.”
The Dallas Bitcoin exchange currently sells at a total of $0.0062 per unit of the zoo, which means that the price will go up when the funds arrive.
If you’re interested in buying your zoo animals for a little bit more than $0, you can visit Dallas BitcoinExchange.com to sign up for a free account.