Westminster Security leads the way in becoming the first private security company in the world to accept Bitcoin as payment for its services
Pioneering private security firm, Westminster Security Ltd is leading the way as the first private security company in the world to accept Bitcoin and cryptocurrency as a form of payment.
The London-based firm is a trusted name in the security services industry, with a team of experienced ex-police and military personnel providing its clients with the highest quality of services, including close protection, private investigation and surveillance.
It was the first security company in London to join the London Living Wage Scheme, and sign a pledge to the Armed Forces Covenant, and is once again demonstrating innovation by accepting cryptocurrency payments from its clients.
Bitcoin is an established and respected digital or virtual form of currency (cryptocurrency), highly secured by cryptography, meaning that only the intended recipient of the data can read and process it, making it impossible to counterfeit or double-spend.
Cryptocurrency has been praised for its security, efficiency, accessibility, divisibility, inflation resistance and transparency, and offers Westminster an opportunity to future-proof its reputation as a fearless market leader.
John Moore, managing director of Westminster Security, explained:
“My continued vision for Westminster is that we are constantly evolving, innovating and futureproofing, and with continuous improvement we find ways to add value which ensures that we deliver an exceptional client experience. Our acceptance of Bitcoin and cryptocurrency demonstrates this and shows that we are ahead of the curve as the first private security company in the world to use and accept it as a form of payment.
“We already have many clients who use and invest in cryptocurrency and we are happy to offer them this option to pay for our services with the method they prefer. As standard, it will give our clients greater choice and peace of mind. Our ethos is to protect people, their assets and interests. In this respect cryptocurrency certainly meets that criteria to us as a business and to the individuals that we protect.”