Fast Food Chain Starts Accepting Bitcoin

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Are you ready to buy your bucket of chicken using your Bitcoin?

KFC Canada officially accepts Bitcoin.

When Bitcoin showed an incredible performance last year, the who business industry went crazy and fell for it. Massive numbers of big-time businessmen and investors went crazy into it and are becoming addicted to it. To make the long story short, everyone in the business and financial industry was intrigued by it, and some even became addicted to it.

Due to cryptocurrency’s massive popularity, even popular fast food chains now want to lay their hands on Bitcoin— the leading cryptocurrencies of all time.

KFC Canada is accepting Bitcoin payment which eventually numbered as 0.0011204BTC as equal to $20 CAD and additional $5 for shipping. The menu will run “Bitcoin Bucket” for a limited period and available only for online orders. You can order this Bitcoin bucket of 10 chicken tenders, waffle fries, gravy, a side and two dips through Colonel & Co, paying via BitPay at check-out page.

KFC Canada official stated as follows

Beside this, KFC Canada announced via Twitter saying that:

Bitcoin has become an emerging payment method by a range of major companies including Overstock, Microsoft, and Expedia; you can now insert yet another company in your list that eases you making Bitcoin payment for things you desired.

Indeed, Twitter official account states that the company may accept other cryptocurrencies as well.

The fast-food industry had already enjoyed cryptocurrency taste when Burger king Russia launched Whoppercoin virtual currency; Lieferando German food delivery company started accepting Bitcoin for orders.

via Coinpedia


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