KFC is accepting Bitcoin for fried chicken in this country

KFC Canada Is Accepting Bitcoin For Fried Chicken

KFC is accepting Bitcoin for fried chicken in this country

KFC Canada, upon being asked why they are accepting Bitcoins and not something which is less volatile showed their amusing side and commented, "more exciting".

A professed failure to understand Bitcoin has not deterred KFC Canada from accepting the cryptocurrency as payment for a bucket of fried chicken.

The company wrote on Twitter that no matter what Bitcoin is and how it works, customers should get good chicken at any time. For those wondering what KFC Canada has in their Bitcoin Bucket, the website specifies it: Those ordering the $20 Bitcoin Bucket will get 10 Original Recipe Tenders, Waffle Fries, Med Side, Med Gravy and 2 Dips.

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KFC Canada has said that it doesn't intend to integrate bitcoin as a permanent and long-term payment method for now.

Oh, you Canadians, always up to something a little off the wall, and this week has certainly been no exception on your KFC Canada Twitter page. The Bitcoin Bucket will be delivered directly to the customer's address stated during the check-out process on its website. Inclusive of bitcoin transaction fees, which are averaging at around $5 on major blockchain wallet platforms like Blockchain and Trezor, the KFC bitcoin-themed fried chicken bucket costs over $30. Cryptocurrency Bitcoin is a decentralized digital currency which recently reached its highest value ever at the end of October. The fast-food chain is now accepting the cryptocurrency for a limited time for customers to buy a Bitcoin-themed chicken bucket called the "Bitcoin Bucket".

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While the move is appreciated, such a step will most likely not percolate across the globe at KFC outlets and neither will it be replicated by other major such fast food retailers.

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