Australia: a crypto menu featuring Nakamoto Nigiri
Australia: a crypto menu featuring Nakamoto Nigiri

Australia: a crypto menu featuring Nakamoto Nigiri

By Marco Cavicchioli - 27 Jun 2019

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A chain of sushi bars in Australia has a new “crypto menu” with dishes like the Nakamoto Nigiri and now accepts payments in cryptocurrencies.

This advertising stunt by Sushi Planet, in Adelaide, is really very curious: from now the menu will include the Satoshi Sushi Set, the Nakamoto Nigiri Set, the Lightning Topped Rolls, the Litecoin (Scrypt) Skewer Sets, the BNB (Binance) Big Rolls, the Donburi Ripple Rice Bowl and other Crypto Rolls. 

Adelaide is becoming one of Australia’s innovation centres, so much so that the Lot Fourteen will be converted into a blockchain district. This is encouraging a number of local activities to start accepting cryptocurrencies as a form of payment, with the help of TravelbyBit.

Sushi Planet’s owner, Michael Li, said: 

“The crypto community is growing fast, so even a small percentage of this market will be a huge boost for our business. Any traveller from around the world who wants to dine with us can now pay in crypto, eliminating the process of converting their local currencies to Australian dollars and paying conversion fees. There are a lot of benefits and we are future-proofing our business. […] Since Sushi Planet’s inception, we have always been open to serve people in all walks of life. By having something new like a crypto menu, we feel that we are opening our service and product to a whole new market”.

The cryptocurrencies accepted for payment are Bitcoin, Binance Coin and Litecoin and the Sushi Planet team invites anyone with new ideas for the crypto menu to send them to them via Facebook or Instagram.

TravelbyBit is an online travel booking platform created specifically for the crypto community and facilitates the adoption of cryptocurrencies by helping travellers explore the world using cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin. 

There are other activities in Adelaide that accept cryptocurrency payments, such as the Muscle Bar Cafe, Lunch on 107, Virtual Reality Experience and the Adelaide Walks n’ Talks With Neil.

Marco Cavicchioli
Marco Cavicchioli

Born in 1975, Marco has been the first to talk about Bitcoin on YouTube in Italy. He founded and the Facebook group" Bitcoin Italia (open and without scam) ".

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