Just Eat France lists over 15,000 restaurants from all over the country and had an estimated 26.8 million users in 2018, as per tracking site Statistica. And now, all buyers will have Bitcoin payments as an option on the service.
No external fees will be charged for making a payment with Bitcoin. In addition, users can use any Bitcoin wallet and integrate it with Just Eat. If a Bitcoin payment is canceled, the customer will be refunded in euros, and the payment will be returned to the customer’s traditional bank account, the website added.
The move comes as home delivery services have seen a spike in recent months, likely caused by the widespread establishment of social distancing rules and to growing adoption of cashless payments worldwide.
Just Eat is not the first food delivery application to add support for Bitcoin payments: in 2017, leading German food delivery app Lieferando introduced Bitcoin as a payment option for its customers.