Ari Paul, the co-founder of crypto investment firm BlockTower Capital, says bitcoin adoption is at a standstill because Wall Street is taking a “wait-and-see” approach amid the bear market. In a lengthy tweetstorm, Paul says institutional viewpoints about cryptocurrencies fall into three categories: Venture capital mindset: Is there value creation we can capture with early-stage investment? Passive bitcoin or index exposure: Is this going to be digital gold or a portfolio hedge? Is this a market where we can generate profits as service providers or through active trading? Institutions Are In ‘Wait-and-See’ Mode Paul says the three viewpoints are not
Church’s Chicken, an international fast-food franchise known its hand-battered fried chicken, has reportedly partnered with Dash Venezuela to become the first fast-food franchise to accept cryptocurrencies throughout its locations in Venezuela. According to a press release, a strategic alliance between Dash Venezuela and Church’s Chicken Venezuela will see 13 establishments start accepting the privacy-centric cryptocurrency
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Crypto comes to the fast food world as KFC Canada introduces the Bitcoin Bucket, a meal for $ 20 worth of the digital currency.
There are some brands that have become incredibly iconic over the years. One such brand is Kentucky Fried Chicken, or KFC for short. KFC has spread from a regional chain to franchises spanning the globe. Their “finger lickin’ good” food has been devoured by millions of loyal customers. Now their famous fried chicken is getting a crypto boost as KFC Canada has rolled out the Bitcoin Bucket.