Bitcoin Cash is Accepted by Over 31.000 Restaurants
Germany’s largest delivery provider is embracing a crypto currency. Liferando allows customers to buy food from 11,000 restaurants with Bitcoin Cash.
In total, there are around 31,000 restaurants based in Europe and Vietnam that accept Bitcoin Cash via orders made online on Takeaway.com.
Would you like some pizza, pasta or burger? You are now able to buy any desirable meal in Europe with Bitcoin Cash.
The process is simple, fast and easy to understand. The order is validating quickly due to the fact that Bitcoin Cash “can process zero confirmed payment through the first seen rule”. This can be seen in the video below, posted by a delighted user:
10 million transactions per day will be available soon
Bitcoin Cash doesn’t have backlog, that’s why the transaction realized in video takes almost one second to be proceeded. The blockchain- based platform is planning to improve the limits and expand its capacity to 32 MB. Once it’s done, the platform will be able to support 10 million transactions per a day, even more than Bitcoin does embrace today.
About the payment
The payments are secured. Instead of paying $20 cash, you will transfer $20 worth in Bitcoin Cash. You don’t need to introduce again and again your card numbers, but just to scan a QR code and that’s it.
The media begins to abound in pictures of products purchased by consumers with Bitcoin Cash. One of them bought a rack of ribs at Kirby’s Q in Alstead, Netherlands, and the result looks like this:
Consumers who used Bitcoin to carry out their own transactions are delighted with the new opportunity to embrace a new cryptocurrency- Bitcoin Cash. Thanks to over 100,000 merchants who have accepted Bitcoin Cash to be traded via BitPay, consumers are now able to benefit from such development.
Bitcoin Cash has become a widespread digital currency. This is accepted in both crypto exchanges and platforms that simplify online transactions. Thus, you will be able to use BCH everywhere Bitcoin is used.
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