A cryptocurrency outfit that has been making a name for itself on social media is using its trademark to dye clothes.
The company behind the clothing dyeing project, called CrackleDye, has a social media presence and a Facebook page where it posts regularly.
In the first six months of this year, the company posted about 60,000 followers on its page.
It is unclear if Crackle is making clothes from the company’s stock.
It is also unclear whether Crackle has ever dyed clothing, or if the company is just trying to get a buzz out of its brand name.
If you are curious about this new trend, it could be a good idea to check out a video by the company that shows the dyeing process.
The company claims that its dyeing can actually make clothes smell a little better.
I was so excited when I first saw this video.
It’s the first time I’ve ever heard about Crackle dyeing clothes.
The dye is very powerful.
I love that the dye works like a liquid that dissolves into the clothes fabric and is then used to create the desired effect.
What I really love about this is the technology behind it.
CrackleDyedDry is not the first company to experiment with using cryptocurrency technology to dye clothing.
A few years ago, a man by the name of Robert Boulton was awarded a patent for a system that could create a new type of fabric by using a “dyeing rod” and a “fiber wire” as well as a “plastic adhesive.”
The patent went on to describe how the “dissolving fiber” could help create a fabric that was “less prone to wrinkling” or “more flexible” to withstand the heat of the sun.
Other companies have gone to great lengths to use cryptocurrency to dye their clothing.
Last year, an Italian company called Zazzi dabbled in the same kind of technology by developing a system called Zzap that would dye clothes using the power of a Bitcoin.
Zzap uses the Bitcoin network as its blockchain and uses a smart contract to coordinate the creation of the Zzzzip code.
The code then can be used to produce clothing that is made from the textile that is dyed.
Zazzi has a website where it explains how the system works, including a video of how the process works.
After being awarded a $10 million patent last year, Zazzilos CEO Stefano Di Vincenzo wrote on Medium that the Zzip project is a “significant breakthrough in textile engineering.”