This week Bitcoin Cash (BCH) fans were pleased to hear another well-known merchant is now supporting BCH for payments. The South Korea-based food dispatch platform called Shuttle Delivery now accepts BCH for door-to-door meal deliveries throughout the Seoul region.
Food Service Shuttle Delivery in South Korea Now Accepts Bitcoin Cash
People visiting and residents of the Seoul region in South Korea can now use bitcoin cash to pay for tasty cuisine delivered straight to their door. The firm, Shuttle Delivery, is a South Korean food delivery platform that people can use to order meals with their mobile devices. The application is available in Korean and English and for both Android mobile phones and iOS as well. Shuttle Delivery not only accepts traditional credit cards and Paypal but yesterday, on September 16, a website update revealed that it offers full bitcoin cash acceptance. The Shuttle Delivery application connects BCH users in South Korea to 200+ local restaurants.
“Shuttle Delivery provides delivery services from a variety of Seoul’s best restaurants,” explains the company’s website. “So you can enjoy the best food in the comfort of your home, office, or wherever you happen to be! We offer a fully bilingual service where customers can place orders in either English or Korean (한국어).”
‘Buying Food for the In-Laws Without Kissing Visa’s Ring’
The wide variety of restaurants available to order from using Shuttle Delivery includes local Korean, American Grill, Italian, Indian, Vegetarian, Turkish, and European food.
BCH fans on r/btc were elated to hear about Shuttle Delivery accepting bitcoin cash for door-to-door food delivery. One BCH supporter writes that they are pleased to not have to use a credit card to buy food for relatives.
“This is nice,” says the BCH proponent u/ricardotown on Reddit.
I can now internationally buy food for my in-laws without kissing Visa’s ring.
Shuttle Delivery in South Korea is not the only meal transport service that accepts bitcoin cash. The platform Takeaway.com also accepts BCH which and it connects over 30,000+ restaurants throughout Europe and Vietnam to bitcoin cash customers. This includes the well-known online German food marketplace Lieferando.de, a subsidiary of Takeaway.
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