Chipotle, Mexican fast-casual food chain just announced that their customers can now pay in cryptocurrencies Dogecoin, Bitcoin, and other cryptos using Flexa.
Flexa announced through a post that customers can now pay at Chipotle using digital assets.
Chipotle currently operates in multiple countries such as the U.S., UK, Canada, and Germany.
Users can now pay in cryptocurrencies Bitcoin and Dogecoin at all of the chain’s locations in the U.S. The move seems to be isolated just for it’s United States locations at the moment.
Flexa is a pure-digital payments network that allows users to easily spend their digital currencies at physical stores.
The network is also carbon negative as it uses verified carbon offsets to balance the emissions caused by its blockchain and operating activities.
Stores in the United States that accept Flexa payments include Nordstrom, GameStop, Lowe’s, and Petco (and now Chipotle also joins the list).
At present, Flexa supports 98 currencies, including coins like Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Dogecoin. Shiba Inu was also added to the service late last year.
To celebrate Chipotle supporting the payments network, users will get 10% off on their next purchase at the Mexican chain when paying with any Flexa-enabled app.
“All of us here at Flexa are incredibly excited to be working alongside the Chipotle team to help further digital payments innovation and make real, healthy food even easier to enjoy,” reads the post. “We’re looking forward to continuing to enable more payment options together very soon.”