- Delhi’s Ardor2.1 restaurant is grabbing people’s attention with cryptocurrencies.
- Those who pay in cryptocurrency for the plate will get a 20% discount.
- The restaurant seems to have taken this step to capitalize on the cryptocurrency craze.
Delhi’s Ardor2.1 restaurant is grabbing people’s attention with cryptocurrencies.
Many small businesses such as restaurants and cafes were badly affected by the lockdown caused by the Corona epidemic. Now restaurants are adopting different methods to make up for the loss of the last two years. A restaurant in Delhi is grabbing people’s attention with cryptocurrency. A restaurant in New Delhi’s Connaught Place has decided to accept payments in cryptocurrencies like bitcoin, ethereum, dogecoin, and more. Restaurant Ardor 2.1 has also designed a special “Digital Thali” to entice the customers. The restaurant is famous for the catchy names of its thalis like Bahubali thali, United India thali, and 56-inch thali.
Those who pay in cryptocurrency for the plate will get a 20% discount.
The Digital Thaali (available for both Veg and Non-Veg) introduced by Ardor 2.1 has recipes that are named after cryptocurrencies. For example, there are Polygon Pita and Falafel, Burger with Chili Fries, Solana Chana Bhatura, Ethereum Butter Chicken with Kulcha, Dodge Fried Rice, and Bitcoin Tikka.
Polygon is a protocol and a framework for building and connecting Ethereum-compatible blockchain networks, and Bunny is a payment solution platform based on the Ethereum blockchain. Solana is a public blockchain platform that has long been considered a rival to Ethereum.
In a vlog for Delhi Food Nest, its owner said that the restaurant will offer a 20 percent discount to those who pay in cryptocurrencies. Due to this people are being motivated for crypto payments.
The restaurant seems to have taken this step to capitalize on the cryptocurrency craze.
“We decided to give our guests some digital experience with a completely digital menu. We were thinking of doing something in crypto after a friend of mine told me about it. Even though it’s a gray area, we decided to ‘go ahead and give it a shot.’ We also wanted to see the response to how many people had invested in crypto,” said the owner.
The digital thali costs Rs 2,099 (plus tax) for non veg eaters and Rs 1,999 (plus tax) for veg eaters. The restaurant’s move seems to have been taken to capitalize on the cryptocurrency craze.
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