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Exchange Bitcoin for Seafoods Soon at Bubba Gump Shrimp Restaurant

Exchange Bitcoin for Seafoods Soon at Bubba Gump Shrimp Restaurant


A restaurant is set to start accepting Bitcoins for a variety of food it prepares. They include Bitcoin gumbo, Bitcoin creole, Bitcoin Kabobs, and different kinds of fried foods.

While speaking with CNBC on Aug 27, Tilman Fertita, the man in charge of Landry assured customers that they would soon be able to eat any food of their choice with Btc.

The CEO of Landry had this to say:

It’s amazing how simple [a crypto] transaction is, and it is here to stay. This is where it is, and it’s inevitable that this was going to happen.


The company called Bubba Gump Shrimp Company began in 1994. The restaurant is loved by so many in different countries. People in the UK, U.S., Injdonesia, Mexico, Canada, Qatar, and some other countries cannot do without foods from Bubba Gump Shrimp Company. Already in Houston, Post Oak Motor Cars, which is an arm of Fertitta, has been selling automobiles in BTC for the past 3 years to those who prefer the option

There are some other top-notch restaurants that wouldn’t mind accepting BTC in exchange for their foods but the fear of not losing money should the price drop has always been the issue. When shops that accept BTC are talked about ,one cannot forget Germany’s Room 77. After 10 or more years serving the public, Room 77 stopped operating in October 2020 probably due to the limitations imposed by COVID-19.


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