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Shib Holders Can Now Buy Instant Coffee With Shiba Inu


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Waka Coffe and tea now allow users to buy Coffe with Shiba Inu.

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California-based Waka Coffee & Tea recently entered into a partnership with a leading cryptocurrency exchange Crypto.com to use its payment service to accept Shiba Inu (SHIB) along with 28 other major cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Dogecoin (DOGE), and Ripple (XRP) as a payment method.

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The partnership also allows Waka to introduce its products to millions of potential consumers using the Crypto.com App and target a younger consumer base – especially those who are interested in paying with cryptocurrencies.

Founded in 2018, Waka is a California-based direct-to-consumer coffee and tea company. The company aims to provide its consumer with an effortless solution for making delicious drinks at home or on the go with their quality instant products. The company is famous for using only 100% Arabica coffee beans. Besides this, Waka is committed to helping create a better environment and the sustainability of the coffee industry while using a portion of the proceeds of each sale to sponsor clean water projects around the globe.

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Zabi is crypto enthusiastic with more than 10 years of experience in managing Google News-approved Finance websites. Zabi has a strong background in finance with a thorough understanding of cryptos and a solid grip on the crypto and financial market industry. Along with his passion for crypto writing, Zabi manages his personal stock and finance-related Google News-approved websites.

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