Bitcoin Cash Accepted By Lieferando, Germany’s Food Delivery Platform

Updated On Mar 12, 2018 by Cameron Bishop, a German subsidiary of the well-known food online market place, has started accepting Bitcoin Cash (BCH) as payment. Before accepting BCH, the only cryptocurrency accepted was Bitcoin, in addition to other traditional forms of payment.

It is a big recognition for the cryptocurrency, which had lost nearly 80% of its value from the peak price of about $4090 in January. Depending on the rise in popularity, Lieferando’s parent company may start accepting Bitcoin Cash sooner in all the 9 European countries and Vietnam.

The arrival of SegWit facility has considerably decreased the transaction costs and confirmation times of Bitcoin (BTC). This has eroded the interest towards Bitcoin Cash (BCH).

Lieferando offers its food delivery services in cities such as Berlin, Hamburg, Koln, Bremen, Munchen, Essen, and Frankfurt. The company, through its tieup with 13,000+ restaurants, delivers door delivery of Italian, Indian, Chinese, German, and Mexican food. The range of food offered includes Pizza, Burger, Sushi, Doner, Pasta, and Pommes, among others. By using the android, iOS app. a customer can enter the location, select the restaurant and food, pay using Bitcoin Cash (BCH) and get the food delivered at home.

Lieferando’s parent company is focused on connecting consumers and restaurants through its platform. offers an online food marketplace. The company commenced operations in 2000 when its CEO, Jitse Groen, founded and launched one of the world’s first online food delivery marketplaces,, in the Netherlands.

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