Tuesday, December 6

Chipotle, One Of The Chain Fast-Food Displays A Whimsical Picture Of Shiba Inu Dog To Get Attention

The picture of the giant shib Inu dog was sighted on top of one of Chipotle’s restaurants, which symbolizes the reference to the meme cryptocurrency, Dogecoin.

Facts About Chipotle

Chipotle is one of the chain fast-food restaurants which was born of the radical belief that there is a connection between how food is raised and prepared, and how it tastes.

It is founded by steve Ells on July 13th, 1993. It has up to 16 restaurants all in Colorado then but now has grown to over 2,000 locations with over 45,000 employees.

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The whimsical picture attracted much attention on Twitter because of the fans of the largest canine coin.

It was previously reported by the U today, that Chiloptle recently announced that it would give away almost $200,000 worth of cryptocurrencies as part of its new promotional campaign. At the moment, the fans of the largest meme coin, Dogecoin can stand to win up to $3,000 in their favorite cryptocurrencies until Saturday and a total of $11,250 worth of Doge will be up for a win on Sunday.

FTX Lists Dogecoin And Canadian Food Tech Company, WeCook Accepts Dogecoin

Dogecoin was taken up recently by FTX Japan which was broadcast on the official Twitter page of the crypto exchange. Another one is the support from the UberEats Food deliveries which now takes dogecoin as a mode of payment through BitPay.

Following the above breakthrough, the Canadian food tech company WeCook announces their support of Dogecoin, XRP, and some other cryptocurrencies as payment. This was done following the Nuvei announcement of its partnership with the ready-to-eat meal delivery platform.

They will utilize Nuvei’s payment technology and collaboration for their business-to-business and direct-to-consumer payment processing needs.

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