Danish website Hungry.dk now accepts payment in Bitcoin for online food orders from over 1,500 restaurants in Denmark. While the restaurants don’t accept Bitcoin on location, hungry Danes can pay with BTC and fulfill their cravings by ordering online and having their food delivered.
There are few places in the world that allow customers to buy food with Bitcoin as it’s not a desirable payment method due to its volatile nature. In most cases, people would rather not spend their Bitcoin on food for the fear of missing out if the market goes up.
Take, for instance, the famous Bitcoin pizza story, where in 2010 a programmer bought two pizzas for 10,000 bitcoins (worth $30 at the time). Today, even despite the drastic bear market we’re in, the value of those two pizzas is $38 million.
But while it may not be…