BitPay, a crypto payment service based in America, announced on Friday that its users can now pay for their food deliveries from Uber eats by Shiba Inu and Dogecoin.
BitPay already accepts payment through cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Tether, Ripple, Dai, and many others. In a tweet post by BitPay, they said this type of payment is only offered with BitPay gift cards and BitPay cards because Uber Eats does not yet allow direct crypto payments.
Due to the rise in the transactions of both the networks, Shiba and Doge have both seen a hike in network activity and the amount of individual holders has also increased. Shiba Inu is now available for purchase in over 180 countries, demonstrating that the current market bloodbath has done little to harm it.
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— BitPay (@BitPay) March 11, 2021
Many food delivery services are now accepting crypto
BitPay partner Menufy also accepts payments in the form of crypto for takeout or delivery from many restaurants throughout America. Many food delivery services, like Steak ‘n Shake and Grill, are also accepting payment through crypto, which is powered by BitPay.
Recent increases in public awareness and demand have made many companies trust crypto in the form of payments. Luxury watchmaker companies such as Hublot and Tag Heuer are also starting to accept crypto through payments made through BitPay.
Panini America, which deals in sports antiques and collectibles, specializing in trading cards, jerseys, and photographs signed by celebrity sportsmen, is working on an upcoming project of its own crypto wallet which will work in union with BitPay. Some are speculating that this is only the starting stage of the mass adoption of cryptocurrencies.