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You Can Now Buy Domino's Pizza Using Bitcoin


American restaurant chain Domino's Pizza is now accepting Bitcoin as a mode of payment.

Customers can now buy their favorite pizza from any of the multi-billion-dollar stores via the Lightning Network (LN) at a 5 percent discount paying $ 0.01 as an instant payment network fees.

Transaction settles in less than 30 seconds, and Domino's Pizza promises to deliver the food packet to the customer within 30 minutes of placing the order online anywhere in the US.

The payments through Bitcoins are limited to shops in the United States currently.

Encouraged by the successful trial, Lightning Pizza has confirmed that Bitcon payment services will be introduced in Europe soon.

The largest pizza seller worldwide in terms of sales, Michigan-based Domino's Pizza's global network consists of more than 13,000 stores.

The Lightning Pizza website promotes three types of wallet lighting and the devices that can support them - BLUEWALLET (iOS & Android), CASA (Desktop & Casa Node) and ECLAIR (Android).

Lightning is a decentralized network using smart contract functionality in the blockchain to enable instant payments across a network of participants.

The network has enhanced its capacity, and is designed to process millions of transactions per second.

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