Domino’s, Pizza Hut And Papa John’s Now Accepting Bitcoin

Did you know that you can buy your pizzas with over 50 different cryptocurrencies and you don’t have to be living in the USA?

All you need to do is visit www.pizzaforcoins.com and place your order online. Provide your postal address and the website will list the pizza restaurants it supports in your locality. You then choose a local store you like and the website will show you an up to date menu. Among the popular pizza chains you will find Domino’s, Pizza Hut, and Papa John’s.

On PizzaForCoins, the price is displayed in BTC by default but you can pick any of the supported cryptocurrencies at the checkout.

If you are curious, at the time of writing one Domino’s Brooklyn Style Pizza Cost 0.005700B (plus delivery). By the way, the platform provides a way to buy not only a pizza but a variety of breads, desserts, pasta, soda drinks and water, salads, and even chicken.

PizzaForCoins was founded by Riley Alexander and Aaron Soleimani and was accepting Bitcoin for payment since its very launch in February of 2013. Since then, the company added other payment options totaling over 50. The company supports a long list of countries around the world, though not to any country. The availability of restaurants on offer basically depends on where you live.

This unique platform, PizzaForCoins is essentially a go-between that facilitates cryptocurrency payments to your favorite pizza takeaways. As far as the pizza restaurant is concerned, they just get an order paid for in local currency, and an address to deliver to.

Here’s how it works behind the scenes. As soon as payment has been received from your order, the website puts your order in with the restaurant of your choice and then re-pays the restaurant in fiat currency. Your local restaurant will then handle the delivery. According to the website, your order will be put in within 10 minutes of you placing it and depending on the cooking time and driving time, you can expect your order at your door within an hour.

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