Poland’s Largest Food Delivery ‘Pyszne’ Accepts Bitcoin

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Polish largest online ordering food service with a selection of +5,000 restaurants and 880,000 active customers in Poland, Pyszne.pl started to accept Bitcoin starting this month through the Bitcoin payment service provider Bitpay.

While using credit cards or PayPal to order food, costumers pay a 6% fee, however for Bitcoin payments Pyszne does not charge this additional fee. 

Pyszne was acquired by Takeaway.com three years ago, one of the biggest online food delivery marketplace worldwide, and recorded a growth of 150% last year.
Takeaway is known for supporting Bitcoin as they started accepting Bitcoin back in 2013.

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