Domino’s Pizzeria Offers Bitcoin Payment to Employees

Charlie Taylor

The largest Dutch franchise of Domino's pizzeria chain has chosen to celebrate Bitcoin Pizza Day in the best possible way, offering payment in bitcoin to employees. The team must receive up to a certain minimum amount in euros according to the laws in force in the country, but above the staff will be free to choose how much of the salary they want to receive directly in bitcoin. The franchise with 16 Domino's stores in the Netherlands, Immensus Holdings, announced on Saturday (22/05) that it will offer the salary option in partnership with the gateway of Dutch payments BTC Direct. The company has more than 1,000 internal and external employees who can choose to receive in digital currency. “We work with many young employees. We heard them talking about bitcoin and we want to offer the opportunity to own cryptocurrency, ”said Immensus co-owner Jonathan Gurevich.Pizza Day FoxbitThe news was announced on Bitcoin Pizza Day, which celebrates the first time that bitcoin was used as a form of payment when developer Laszlo Hanyecz used 10,000 BTC to pay for two pizzas on May 22, 2010. That amount of bitcoin is worth almost 2 billion reais in the current quote, according to data from Coingolive.See also: 11 years of Pizza Day: a historic day for Bitcoin

Want to earn bitcoins on the 22nd? Until 3pm this Saturday there is still time to participate in Pizza Day Bitpreço, read the rules and tell your story! The winners will be announced live on Instagram at 7pm.

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