28 Jun '17, 2pm

First restaurant in Russian capital accepts payment in bitcoin

First restaurant in Russian capital accepts payment in bitcoin

Read more Russia faces shortage of PC graphics cards due to Bitcoin mining "We want to keep pace with the time. If there is a demand from guests for payment with bitcoin, we will even install special ATMs to exchange bitcoins for providing the proper level of service to our guests," restaurant spokesman Mikhail Petukhov told RIA Novosti. Valenok is located on the Tsvetnoy Boulevard in the center of Moscow. An average main course in the restaurant costs about $10. "The restaurant generates a QR code containing the desired amount and address of his purse. Then, the client scans this QR code using his bitcoin application on a smartphone and makes payment," Petukhov explained. Burger King in Russia has said the fast food chain would accept bitcoin in the country by the end of the year. As of now, bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are not recognized by the Russian central bank...

Full article: https://www.rt.com/business/394406-russian-restaurant-acc...

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