Burger King Brazil announced that Dogecoin will now be accepted as a form of payment for Dogpper, the fast-food chain’s dog food.
The Dogpper will cost 3 Dogecoin tokens each (about 60 cents), and for availability reasons, the company suggests purchasing a maximum of five units per order. The service has been accessible on Burger King’s website since Monday.
“Are you out of Reais? Purchase with DOGE! It’s Burger King revolutionizing galaxies once again! We are accepting the most beloved crypto, DOGECOIN as payment for DOGPPER. Buying is easy, go there on the website.”
But how will it work?
- First, you must check the availability of delivery in your region.
- Choose the amount of DOGPPER.
- Fill in the registration, which will be available from 11 am to 8 pm.
- Transfer the DOGE tokens to Burger King’s wallet.
- After the contact is confirmed, you schedule your delivery.
What is Dogecoin?
Dogecoin was created as a joke back in 2013 by software developers Billy Markus and Jackson Palmer. It was meant simply as satire for the popularity of bitcoin, but apparently, it is not so amusing anymore.
Dogecoin is a perfect way for crypto-curious investors to dip their toes in the water. Observing the price of Dogecoin fluctuate will teach kids and newcomers about crypto markets, as well as train them for real-world investing.
In fact, back in June, Dogecoin was added to Coinbase’s professional trading platform. Users may put DOGE into their professional trading accounts, according to Coinbase Pro. Its price rose in response to the announcement.