US-based pub now accepts Dogecoin

After MrBeast Burger, a U.S.-based pub now accepts Dogecoin.


US-based pub now accepts Dogecoin.
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The Lost Leaf, a drinks shop in the United States, appears to be the next food-related business to accept Dogecoin, following Burger King and MrBeast Burger's subtly expressed interest in accepting it as payment.



"We will now accept Dogecoin, DOGE for payments," says The Lost Leaf, a Phoenix, Arizona-based pub founded in 2006.


Shibetoshi Nakamoto, co-founder of Dogecoin, responded that he would love to stop by and discuss the recent development.


Following McDonald's subtle refusal, the Dogecoin creator offered advice to fans who want businesses to accept Dogecoin, saying:


''Remember if you want companies to accept dogecoin: be cool! people don't listen to jerks, show them why it is beneficial for them! make win-win scenarios. show how engaged and cool the community is, don't act entitled or angry! no one likes that.''


Elon Musk Pushes McDonald's to Accept DOGE


When Elon Musk offered to eat a Happy Meal on television if McDonald's started accepting DOGE, the company politely declined. However, the Tesla CEO's tweet was supported by Burger King's official Twitter page.


The latter responded with a cryptic message, which the Doge community interpreted as an expression of interest in their beloved cryptocurrency.


Following Elon Musk's recent tweet directed at McDonald's, MrBeast Burger appeared to be interested in accepting Dogecoin. The fast-food corporation had tweeted: "If you retweet this, @elonmusk, we will work on accepting Dogecoin."


Instead of Elon Musk, Billy Markus retweeted MrBeast Burger's message, claiming that the DogeArmy is strong enough to receive heavy engagement.


Dogecoin users are keeping their fingers crossed for the latest developments regarding the acceptance of MrBeast burger and BurgerKing.