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Trying to buy pizza with bitcoin tomorrow...

Any pizza places in North Florida or Georgia that still accept Bitcoin? Tried coinmap.org and truck out, if they are still in business they no longer take BTC. I tried last year for bitcoin pizza day and struck out then too. Any help is appreciated.
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pizzaforcoins.com is now closed. Where I can buy pizza with bitcoin in french-speaking Switzerland?

Just noticed that http://pizzaforcoins.com has closed on the 31st of December 2018. Does anyone know how to buy pizza with bitcoin in the french-part of Switzerland?
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Have you considered buying pizza with bitcoin?

If not, why?
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Video Tutorial: How to buy Pizza with Bitcoins

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A story about buying Pizza with Bitcoin

Yesterday I bought my first Pizza with Bitcoin. Sadly, this was a pretty unpleasant experience. But one I want to share with you guys. Maybe it can help someone with the same problems, maybe we can improve something. So let me start my story.

I checked a few delivery services in my area and found one that offers Bitcoins as a payment method. Since I never really used Bitcoin for payments I thought, let's try this and maybe I can even convince my wife that Bitcoin is pretty useable now.

So I chose my Pizza and some food for the wife and went on to pay for it. I had some Bitcoin (about 20 USD) on my phone wallet (Eclair) and thought that should be an easy deal. Yeah, how wrong I was...

I got to the payment process and they forwarded me to Bitpay. First thing I see is "choose your currency"

o) Bitcoin (network cost 0.50 USD)
o) Bitcoin Cash (network cost 0.00 USD)

It kinda felt like they wanted to push me towards BCH (maybe that's just me). But it's still nice to have some options to pay. Especially because the food delivery service only offered Bitcoin payments on his homepage.

At the same time, a countdown started to finish my payment before the order gets rejected (about 15 min).

So I chose Bitcoin and got a QR code I can scan to pay it. I scanned the code with my wallet and got the error "This is not a valid Bitcoin address". Well, shit. My countdown was already down to 12 minutes so I had to hurry and figure out what's wrong.

Next step I tried to copy the address and paste it into my wallet, but still not working. I was just getting some strange looking link (bitcoin:?r=https://bitpay.com/i/xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx). Countdown was down to 10 minutes.

After that, I looked it up on google and saw that Bitpay seemingly tries to force feed their own wallet on you to make payments. Since I didn't want to download their wallet or even send my money there (especially because I only had a few minutes left), I looked further and found some help on Bitcointalk. Some users there found a way around this with using a decoder that changes the Bitpay link into an actual Bitcoin address. (https://decoder.bip70.org/).

The site itself didn't look that trustworthy but since I only got about 3 minutes left I went on to gave it a try. I sent my Bitcoin to the decoded address. And look there, it worked. Bitpay told me they see my payment but we need to wait for confirmation. But wait, there is more.

Since I didn't look into the payment details I did send a little bit too much money (included too much transaction fees). So I ended up paying something like 3x the from Bitpay recommended fee. But I didn't mind that so much. What troubled me was the message Bitpay showed me, it was something like that:

"This payment was made with a low bitcoin miner fee, which may prevent it from being accepted by the bitcoin network. This is an issue with the configuration of your bitcoin wallet. If the transaction doesn't confirm, the funds will be again in your wallet in about 48-72 hours."

And I was like, what? How could the fee be to low if I used three times more than recommended? Should I now wait 72 hours before ordering a new Pizza? Becoming more and more hungry I still decided to wait out and see if my transactions will get confirmed. And my patience got rewarded, about half an hour later they confirmed my payment and the order got routed to the Pizza Restaurant. An hour later I finally got my Pizza and it was delicious. Well, maybe because I was already dying because I was so hungry but still. At least I had a happy end.

Needlessness to say, I couldn't convince my wife to use Bitcoin for further Pizza deliveries. Moreover, I can't even recommend it to anyone new to Bitcoin because that was quite a shitty experience. Mostly because of Bitpay I would argue.

Don't get me wrong, I really love Bitcoin and the opportunities it provides. But it seems, we still have a long way to go for mass adoption (or even an easy way to order Pizza).

Since I would love to improve that process I thought about sending that delivery service some feedback. To even give them an opportunity to improve, I think they would have to move away from Bitpay to another payment service. Anything you guys can recommend for Europe?
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How to Buy Pizza With Bitcoin Cash

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How to Buy Pizza With Bitcoin Cash

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How to Buy Pizza With Bitcoin Cash

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I would like to buy PIzza with Bitcoin Cash

I'm hungry and I'm currently craving Pizza. I have a bunch of Bitcoin Cash and was wondering if anyone was willing to get me a pepperoni pizza if I pay you Bitcoin Cash. I live in the U.S.
Any takers?
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New Dawn: You Can Now Buy Pizza With Bitcoin On The Lightning Network

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Remember, you have to buy pizza with Bitcoin to celebrate Bitcoin Pizza Day tomorrow. And, you will find you can only get half a Pizza due to high transaction fee!! Not the same Bitcoin I used to love. Bigger Block Now!

Edit: "the correct way to celebrate Bitcoin Pizza Day is to buy pizza with Bitcoin tomorrow." Good luck everyone!
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How to Buy Pizza With Bitcoin Cash – Bulletin Crypto _ Crypto Currency News Website

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Buy Pizza With Bitcoin! Crypto Twitter Enamored With Lightning Network App

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Buy Pizza with Bitcoin through Lightning Network

People residing in United States can now use their Bitcoins (BTC) to purchase Domino’s pizza through Lightning Pizza app.
The step by step process of ordering is to just simply enter the customer's order and delivery details using the app, pay with Bitcoin via Lightning Network, and monitor the delivery details until the pizza is delivered on the customer’s doorstep. The tip amount will also pop up and be displayed on their screens once the pizza has arrived.
For more information click this link: https://www.unblock.news/news/buy-pizza-with-bitcoin-through-lightning-network
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I want to buy pizza with Bitcoin again

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I want to buy pizza with Bitcoin again.

Encryption money was originally a marginal technology. If you have some tech-savvy friends around you, they may have already owned some Bitcoin early -- and of course, some friends who like watching cartoons and Marvel movies may also have held Bitcoin early.
However, almost all early Bitcoin holders have never shouted to the world that "we want to subvert the world" or "team work" in their circle of friends. The encrypted currency at that time may be more conceptual than a system that actually handles transactions and is therefore more pure. I think many people have heard the story of buying two pizzas with 10,000 bitcoins. In fact, the encrypted currency at that time was more like a peer-to-peer transaction experiment.
Now I can buy a lot of pizza with my ZB assets. Of course, not just BTC, but other virtual currencies can also be used to buy pizza, but it is no longer the same taste.
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Buy Pizza With Bitcoin! Crypto Twitter Enamored With Lightning Network App

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I want to buy pizza with Bitcoin again - VentureBeat

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What Can You Buy With Bitcoin? A $10 Pizza for $76 - YouTube Pizza kopen met Bitcoin  How to survive Bitcoin Pizza Day  BTC Direct Bitcoin Pizza Day: 7-Years Later, $30 in Bitcoin for Pizza Worth $22.5 Million Someone Bought 2 Pizzas With 10,000 Bitcoins In 2010 - YouTube Meet the man who spent millions worth of bitcoin on pizza ...

The Bitcoin Pizza is actually 2 Papa John’s Pizzas purchased at 10,000 Bitcoins, then amounting to $41, only! May 22 nd, 2010, the Bitcoin Pizza Transaction. On May 18 th, 2010, Laszlo Hanyecz, a programmer posted in Bitcointalk: “I’ll pay 10,000 Bitcoins for a couple of pizzas.. like maybe 2 large ones so I have some left over for the next day. I like having leftover pizza to nibble on ... So, buy up a wadge of Bitcoin Cash, head over to this site where people place “bounties,” ranging in price from $1 to $5,000, that pizza joints can claim if they choose to accept Bitcoin Cash. How to Buy Pizza With BCH on Bitcoin Pizza Day 2019. One of the simplest ways to pay for pizza with bitcoin cash in the U.S. is to get a gift card for you favorite joint on the Bitcoin.com Store.Here you can order cards for use in major national chains such as Domino’s and Papa John’s as well as smaller regional options. Today, Bitcoiners all over the world celebrate Bitcoin Pizza Day, a tradition that dates back to May 22, 2010, when one man made history by making the first “real world” purchase with bitcoin. Over 150 individuals have purchased pizza with Bitcoin just this week. Currently, Reeves is a startup with only seven team members, and currently has over 1500 monthly users. One interesting fact about the pizza portal is the fact that the average purchase was $25, which is over five times the average Lightning Network purchase (less than $5).

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What Can You Buy With Bitcoin? A $10 Pizza for $76 - YouTube

Use Bitcoins to buy a pizza from Domino's using the CoinCard service http://coincard.ndrix.com Bitcoin Pizza: The history of the first pizza paid with Bitcoin equaling $100 million in 2019 - Duration: 2:56. Action News Jax (CBS47 & FOX30) 11,152 views 2:56 In the early days of cryptocurrency, one man decided to trade his bitcoin for pizza. It was a historic event, but not such a great investment. See the full r... May 22, 2010 was declared Bitcoin Pizza Day when local man Laszlo Hanyecz, also known as the "Bitcoin Pizza Guy," agreed to pay 10,000 bitcoins for two Papa ... Bitcoin Pizza: The history of the first pizza paid with Bitcoin equaling $100 million in 2019 - Duration: 2:56. Action News Jax (CBS47 & FOX30) 3,265 views 2:56

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