Germany’s largest online food delivery platform now accepts Bitcoin

28 Jan, 2019
by Colin Hawkins
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Germany’s largest online food delivery platform now accepts Bitcoin

With service to over 13,000 restaurants, Lieferando, announces that it is accepting Bitcoin as payment on their platform.

The Berlin based food delivery company offers its services throughout the country and provides access to a wide spectrum of dishes, ranging from fast food to fancy restaurants.

The delivery service offers a range of payment options for their customers, with Bitcoin being their newest addition. Customers also have the option to pay with credit cards, Sofort or PayPal. Online customers may be more intrigued to pay with Bitcoin, due to the company saying it will not charge any fees for all payments processed with Bitcoin. If you were to pay with PayPal or credit card, you will be subject to a fee of 6%.

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