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San Francisco Nightlife Merchants Can Now Accept Shiba Inu


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Shiba Inu can now be used in the entertainment industry.

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Merchants operating in San Francisco’s nightlife industry can now accept Shiba Inu (SHIB) payments, thanks to a partnership between KillerPay and SmartTab.

The leading crypto payment system for hospitality and entertainment merchants, KillerPay, recently teamed up with SmartTab to offer customers to pay with Shiba Inu and other cryptocurrencies at merchants throughout San Francisco’s nightclub and cabaret scenes.

Through this partnership, the merchants will also have the choice to convert crypto payments immediately into their fiat currency, such as USD.

KillerPay’s preferred tokens for its payment system are Fat Cat Killer’s kBUSD and kUSDC. Still, KillerPay accepts various tokens, including the world’s biggest canine-themed cryptocurrencies based on market capitalization, Shiba Inu and Dogecoin (DOGE).

Shiba Inu is rapidly gaining mainstream adoption as more businesses embrace its use for transactions. In the latest development, Binance Pay has partnered with CityPay.io to introduce Shiba Inu payments in Georgia at Wendy’s and over 600 other regional vendors, including supermarkets and restaurants.

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This follows a recent partnership between the London Lions basketball team and BitPay, which enables fans to buy merchandise and game tickets using Shiba Inu.

Welly’s, a Shiba Inu-themed fast-food restaurant, has plans to open a new store in Sannazzaro, a commune in the Italian province of Benevento.

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