Friday, December 9

Shiba Inu Got support From Thousands of Restaurants in 65 Countries Through the Lavu and Verifone Collaboration

Shiba Inu can now be accepted by thousands of restaurants in more than 65 countries as Lavu and Verifone announce a new collaboration.

Lavu, global restaurant software and payments solution provider, and Verifone, a payment solution provider, have disclosed a new cross-distribution partnership that will integrate Lavu’s restaurant software suite with Verifone’s payment solutions, thus benefiting both Lavu and Verifone customers.

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The strategic partnership seeks to permit both Verifone and Lavu to give a unified point of scale (POS) and payment experience to their users, inclusive of cryptocurrencies. Crypto payment methods available to both sets of customers include Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Dogecoin, Shiba Inu, and several USD stablecoins using popular crypto wallets, PayPal, Venmo, WeChat Pay, Klarna, Swish, and Vipps.

In the course of paying with cryptocurrencies, customers choose their choice advanced payment strategy on the Verifone terminal and use their mobile device to finish up the transaction. Lavu got restaurant partners in more countries, while Verifone is known by customers for its strong footprints of  35 million devices in more than 150 countries.

https://twitter.com/ShytoshiKusama/status/1527350736819933207

Shiba Inu’s lead developer,  Shytohi Kusama, recently shared a tweet about a chat with energy drink brand Red Bull, saying, “Thanks for the chat about everything SHIB .@redbull! Looking forward to speaking more in the future.” 

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The tweet also contains a GIF image of a man wearing a Red Bull helmet, gliding through the air.

Shytoshi did not reveal a lot of details, but the tweet might suggest that talks are ongoing for future collaboration. Shiba Inu’s collaborations with the food industry are not new, as SHIB announced its partnership with Welly’s, a fast-food joint based in Naples, Italy, in early February. Red Bull is yet to give any official confirmation as of press time.

Shiba Inu was trading up 1.18% at $0.00001159 at the time of publication.

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