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Blockchain food tracking startup Ambrosus will run an ICO following its launch with Ethereum co-founder Gavin Wood.
Lieferando, the largest food delivery platform in Germany, officially integrated Bitcoin. Users on the platform will be able to pay for food deliveries using Bitcoin.
Food Blockchain XYZ uses the so-called Food Supply Chain 2.0, which combines sensor systems, blockchain, and smart contracts.
Cointelegraph continues to discuss what you can do and where you can go in Russia if you want to spend your Bitcoins right now.
A large amount of legitimate businesses globally have opened up to the digital currency. Slowly, but rather persistently, Bitcoin is getting accepted in Russia as well.
Amidst the worsening economic crisis and financial turmoil, Venezuelans are in search for alternative assets and stores of value to finance their daily living.
Walmart, a US$214 billion retail giant, has begun to utilize the blockchain technology to identify and remove recalled food from its products list.
If Bitcoin is going to dominate the financial world, it has to appreciate any kind of merchants and vendors accepting the payment method.
Sweden’s Pizza24, a service that allows customers to order pizza locally through a single online platform, has announced it has begun accepting Bitcoin payment.
The Baltimore Business Journal reported earlier this week that a local bar, ominously named Bad Decisions, has begun accepting Bitcoin payments.
Tom Reaney knows his market. Reaney’s market stall, Burger Bear, is possibly the first in London to accept Bitcoin payments.
But Michelle Larson-Sadler from Minnesota owns a Conscious Cookery that is not only happy to see bitcoin payments but also offers 15% discount both on online purchases and at the farmers’ market!
Continuing the series of publications about new services and vendors accepting bitcoins as payment currency a very specific retailer should be mentioned – a mobile truck offering grilled cheese in Seattle.
Garry Pasfield had heard enough about Bitcoins and wanted to be the city’s first brick-and-mortar business to accept the currency.
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