Just Eat accepts Bitcoin payments in France

Just Eat accepts Bitcoin payments in France

Food orders from more than 15,000 restaurants in France can be paid with Bitcoin and several other cryptocurrencies in a primary online food ordering website, Just Eat.

Just Eat, a leading British online food order and delivery platform, which is present in 13 countries, has accepted cryptocurrency payment for restaurants in France.

Its site for France recently underwent a major overhaul following the acquisition of Just Eat Plc by Takeaway.com. The website has been accepting bitcoin for some time. The Just Eat website for France details this with the website redesign: Payment methods have been extended and now include apple pay, google pay, and bitcoin, as well as other payment methods (Credit card, Paypal, Cash).

The company has partnered with the cryptocurrency payment provider Bitpay to allow its customers to pay in Bitcoin. Just Eat users will free to order food from across 15,000 restaurants in France by paying in either of these cryptocurrencies.

Just Eat explains payment process details

The Just Eat France website explains payment process details and says its customers will have to “create a digital wallet by downloading software or an app.”

When they have linked it to the Just Eat application, they can choose the Bitcoin payment option upon checkout to redirect the users to the Bitpay payment portal.

To pay with bitcoin or other supported cryptocurrencies, customers should choose the “Bitcoin” option when ordering. After clicking order, users will be taken to the Bitpay website where they can choose from long list wallets and exchanges. Customers can also choose from various crypto currencies supported by Bitpay: BTC, ETH, USDC, BCH, GUSD, PAX, BUSD, and XRP.

Bitcoin’s price will be calculated with its current price on Bitpay, and the delivery platform will not charge any transaction fee for the crypto payments.

If a customer cancels an order paid for in Bitcoin, the website will return the paid money in euros in the user’s bank account and not in Bitcoin. According to the Website, the refund amount will not depend on the real-time price of Bitcoin.

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