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Pakistani entrepreneur starts “Chai Ada” café which accepts cryptocurrencies for payment

A young Pakistani entrepreneur in the United Kingdom has become the first to open a “Chai Ada” cafe that accepts different cryptocurrencies for payment.

Tayyab Shafiq, 26, has opened the Chai Ada cafe in Shepherds Bush, West London, selling a variety of Pakistani and Asian chai, parathas, biryani, kebabs, and rolls. The amazing thing is you can pay for all these Pakistani traditional food products with cryptocurrencies.

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The Chai Ada, which is painted with Lahori truck art and located immediately next to the White City Bus terminal, has been an instant hit as the public’s attention is drawn to the colorful chairs outside, which are decked with Pakistani truck art.

The shop’s roof is covered with Pakistani truck art umbrellas, while seats and tables are imported from Lahore, and clients can play Ludo at each table. You can enjoy famous Pakistani food items by paying with cryptocurrencies in this cafe.

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Customers may pay for chai and specialties at Shafiq’s Chai Ada cafe using cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, XRP, Verge etc

Shafiq has created an app for this reason that is linked to his Chai Ada (cafe) and allows payments to be done instantaneously with cryptocurrencies from crypto wallet accounts to British pounds.

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“We have to look into the future. I honestly believe that crypto is the future. It’s here to stay and it’s already working well. It has become a reality. When establishing Chai Ada, I believed that the Crypto, NFT, Metaverse (digital world) are the future and I just wanted to play my little part to encourage the use of cryptocurrency.”

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