International fast food giant Burger King has launched the Instpower energy rental machine, which can accept cryptocurrency payments at multiple locations in Paris. The machines are connected to Alchemy Pay and Binance Pay crypto payment services.
Along with Binance Pay and Alchemy Pay, industry-leading power bank sharing service Instpower now accepts crypto payments in assets like Bitcoin at more than 14,000 locations around the world, according to a press release. Alchemy Pay press release, March 27.
The latest Burger King news marks a major milestone for the global fast food giant and for the widespread use of cryptocurrencies as a method of payment for goods and services.
Yann Phu, CEO of Flash Development, the European distributor responsible for deploying the Instpower machines, is delighted that his company’s products are now available in Paris:
“The partnership with Burger King Paris takes our European business to the next level. Instpower’s machines will allow customers to always have enough power to power their devices while on the go.”
“In Asia, these power banks are widely available, but in Europe, the market is just starting to accept them. By helping users pay with cryptocurrencies through Binance Pay through Alchemy Pay, we are bringing the most advanced payment method to Europeans.”
Borderless Payment Options
Due to its borderless nature, cryptocurrencies are a suitable payment option for Instpower’s power bank sharing service, which travelers love to keep their devices topped up during their travels. go.
In order to facilitate the acceptance of crypto payments in physical and virtual stores, Alchemy Pay launched its first integrated payment acceptance solution for merchants in 2019. Two million businesses in more than 70 countries participate in the system accepting crypto-fiat payments. 2021.
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