Burger King announces Dogecoin as a payment method for a limited product
As of this Monday (26), Burguer King will accept Dogecoin as payment for its newest release: Dogpper. It is a canine biscuit with grilled barbecue meat flavor from the fast food chain.
The campaign, which runs until July 30, is an initiative of the Ginga agency in partnership with BK.
“The item hit the market last week in a successful campaign, showing that furry ones no longer need to drool and look like a fool while their tutors feast on a Whopper,” said BK in a press release .
According to the statement released by the fast-food chain, each Dogpper will cost 3 Dogecoins. Thus, considering the current price of the digital coin inspired by the Shiba Inu dog, $0.21, each product will cost $0.63.
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However, DOGE payments can only be made on the website created exclusively for the sale of the product. In practice, the cryptocurrencies will be transferred from the customer’s wallet to BK’s DOGE wallet.
In addition, part of the amount collected from DOGPPER sales paid in Dogecoin will be donated to the NGO Amigos de San Francisco and Casa dos Bulls, which defend the pet cause. This is an initiative of BK in partnership with Pet Love, an online platform for products and services for pets.
Dogpper cookies can also be ordered via delivery apps and paid for with regular cash.