The adoption of cryptocurrencies involves the ability to use them on a daily basis to purchase goods or pay for services. Unmissable places to eat in this 21e century, fast food restaurants are called upon to play a major role in achieving this ideal. In order to always offer more solutions to its customers, Pizza Hut has decided toaccept cryptocurrencies as a means of payment in these shops located in Venezuela. The fast food chain joins its competitors Burger King and Church’s Chicken, which already accept cryptocurrency payments in the country.
Promote the adoption of cryptocurrencies in Venezuela by accepting them as a means of payment
In partnership with the company Mega Soft to promote the adoption of cryptocurrencies in Venezuela, Pizza Hut has decided to walk the talk. The fast food chain has just accepted cryptocurrencies as a means of payment in all of its stores in the country. The latter are found in particular in the towns of Caracas, Maracay, Maracaibo and Barquisimeto. In an interview with local media ElAxioma, Richard ElKhouri -Director General of Venezuelan operations of the pizza chain- justified the choice of the box.
” Pizza Hut can no longer be detached from these technological advances and all those that incorporate new approaches to daily necessities.. It is important that we welcome young people, modern adults and people with technological knowledge, ”he said. To pay their bill in cryptocurrency, Pizza Hut customers can use the Bitcoin (BTC), Litecoin (LTC), Dash (DASH), Binance Coin (BNB), Binance USD (BUSD), Ether (ETH), Tether (USDT), Dai (DAI), and its native token XPT.
A solution supported by the company CryptoBuyer
The announcement was made by CryptoBuyer, the crypto service company to support transactions between customers and Pizza Hut. Based in Panama, the company has built a solid reputation in Central and South America in the field of electronic payments. In particular, it has provided such services to companies such as the Tamanaco Intercontinental hotel located in Caracas and Traki or at Burger King the fast food chain.
Pizza Hut has therefore chosen an experienced company whose services are already known and appreciated by the local population to start this adventure. For the record, one of the best-known uses of bitcoin is associated with the fast food industry where 10,000 BTC were used to pay for an order of two pizzas in 2010.
Ten years later, Pizza Hut customers can rest assured that they won’t have to pay so much to feast. Bitcoin which has once again reached the $ 19,000 mark is expected in December to exceed its record value.