US Based Pub Now Accepting Dogecoin After MrBeast Burger
american liquor store, The Lost Leafappears to be the next food-related company to accept Dogecoin after Burger King and MrBeast Burger subtly indicated an interest in accepting it as payment.
The Lost Leaf, a Phoenix, Arizona-based pub dating back to 2006, says, “We now accept Dogecoin, DOGE for payments.”
Just scan the QR code at the bar to pay with your crypto wallet. 1st 3 people get a Lost Leaf shirt with @nxoeed design!
— The Lost Leaf 🍁 (@TheLostLeaf) January 27, 2022
The recent development was welcomed by the co-founder of Dogecoin Shibetoshi Nakamotowho replied that he would like to come by.
how cool! if I’m ever in Phoenix I’ll be sure to stop by 🙂
— Shibetoshi Nakamoto (@BillyM2k) January 28, 2022
In the wake of McDonald’s subtle refusal, Dogecoin Maker handed out tips to fans who want businesses to accept Dogecoin, saying, “If you want businesses to accept Dogecoin, remember, be cool! people don’t listen to jerks, show them why it’s good for them! create win-win scenarios. show how engaged and cool the community is, don’t act lawful or angry! nobody likes that.”
When Elon Musk promised to eat a Happy Meal on television if McDonald’s started using DOGE, the company respectfully declined. But the Tesla CEO’s tweet gained support from Burger King’s official Twitter page.
The latter responded with a cryptic message that the Doge community interpreted for interest in their beloved cryptocurrency.
MrBeast Burger also seemed interested in accepting Dogecoin after Elon Musk’s recent tweet to McDonald’s. The fast food company had tweeted: “@elonmusk if you retweet this we will work to accept Dogecoin.”
Billy Markus retweeted the message from MrBeast Burger instead of Elon Musk, claiming that the DogeArmy is strong enough to get a heavy bet instead. Dogecoin users keep their fingers crossed for the latest developments around the adoption of MrBeast burger and BurgerKing.
DOGE is trading at $0.136 at the time of writing.