There is a growing number of food delivery platforms that accept digital money as payment.
Since pizza is one of the first goods purchased with bitcoin, should start with pizza delivery portal called Pizzaforcoins. Using this platform, people can order a pizza to Papa John's, Pizza Hut, Domino's and other popular establishments of California. To do this, customers need to visit the site and enter your own address, then the system finds all the nearby restaurants and offers two delivery options: to client's door or pick it up at the location.
Pizzaforcoins transmits the order to the restaurant after receiving payment in bitcoins. The platform claims that it supports over 50 different cryptocurrencies through integration with Shapeshift.
Other, more respectable food delivery service offer bitcoin enthusiasts a much wider variety of dishes. For example, Takeaway.com whose headquarters is located in Amsterdam, accepting bitcoins on some of its European platforms. One of them is the largest German platform food delivery Lieferando acquired the Dutch company four years ago.
The portal Lieferando.de that works with more than 11000 restaurants, adopted pay with bitcoins in 2017. Since the platform uses Bitpay to handle crypto-transactions, customers can also pay for goods using Bitcoin Cash (BCH). The same applies to its Polish subsidiary Pyszne.pl cooperating with more than 5000 local restaurants.
Germany and Poland are among the largest markets for Takeaway.com. The company now operates 14 popular food delivery portals. Its other major platforms, including Takeaway’s Swiss edition and its original site in the Netherlands, Thuisbezorgd.nl, accept bitcoin.
Shuttle Delivery is Korean food delivery platform, which added of payment in Bitcoin Cash in the fall of 2018. This portal allows BCH users to order food from over 200 restaurants in Seoul and pay for it via P2P assets.
When Hungry, the international brand of the young Russian food delivery service that aims to get to European markets. The platform, known in Russia as "Want to eat", recently announced the acceptance of payments in Ethereum and its own digital token called WHY. At the moment the portal is running in 90 Russian cities and 31 towns of the CIS countries. None of the 800 restaurants cooperating with the portal, have not previously accepted the cryptocurrency as payment.
For getting any dish with the help of digital coins, users need to select cryptocurrency at checkout, and then transfer the total amount to a crypto address. This way you can purchase a large pizza for about 0.1 ETH. It is noteworthy that two pizzas purchased in a similar way in 2009, have cost about 10 thousand bitcoins.