Bitcoin Acceptance Grows, But Some Brands Still Holding Out

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bitcoin is more accepted

While the world of cryptocurrency may still remain a mystery to some consumers, its use is becoming increasingly more widespread. Had we been compiling this guide a couple of short years ago, it may have been much shorter but in 2020, Bitcoin and other crypto users have far more choice than ever before.

If you’re new to the use of cryptocurrencies or you’re thinking about getting involved, here are some of the more common ways in which you can spend that virtual cash.

Feeling Peckish?

An increasing number of online and high street food chains are starting to accept cryptocurrency as a form of payment. As with many options that are covered in this guide, some may be restricted to Bitcoin, which is the most popular method, but others can extend to include alternatives. Litecoin, Ethereum and others are starting to get a foothold into many food outlets.

In some cases, the transaction has to be carried out through a third party, but that associate can then provide access to well-known chains including Pizza Hut and Papa John’s. Pizza may not be your thing but don’t worry as this isn’t an exhaustive list. Other chains and a growing set of independents are also beginning to take crypto in return for many styles of takeaways.

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