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Bengaluru based mostly Tea vendor accepts crypto as cost; Twitterati gone loopy

Bengaluru: Bengaluru-based tea stall is garnering all lime gentle on microblogging web site Twitter after the picture of accepting cryptocurrency turns into viral. The roadside teal stall has a placard by which it’s written that cryptocurrency is accepted right here as a cost.  

A twitter consumer named Akshay Saini posted the picture on his twitter deal with and wrote, “Simply Bangalore issues #crypto #NammaBengaluru”


Simply Bangalore issues #crypto #NammaBengaluru pic.twitter.com/L8q0JIO7py
— Akshay Saini (@akshaymarch7) September 28, 2022

It’s clearly seen within the picture {that a} roadside tea vendor had a placard mentioning that crypto accepted right here. Person was saying that it may very well be potential solely in Banglore due to its fashionable and tech-oriented metropolis.


How does he settle for crypto?
Which all cash are accepted?
How does he determine the alternate fee?I’ve so many questions 
— Ankit | MVP | GDE (@ankitsharma_007) September 28, 2022

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