The alleged removal is a bit strange considering Bored and Hungry only opened its doors back in April.
The Los Angeles Times reported Friday that recently opened NFT-themed burger joint Bored & Hungry no longer accepts cryptocurrency as a form of payment for its food.When questioned, one Bored & Hungry employee told the Los Angeles Times “Not today — I don’t know.” The individual didn’t give any indication of when the decision was made to cut crypto from the menu of payment options, nor did they know if crypto payments would be making a return.Bored & Hungry initially launched back in April of this year. At the time
[PRESS RELEASE – Melbourne, Australia, 22nd June 2022] Los Angeles-based property developer Kinfolk Properties launches a solar cryptocurrency mining project, Solarminer, in Venice Beach with Redgrid and The Internet of Energy Network (IOEN).
The crypto market downturn has made it difficult for crypto firms to pull the trigger on any new sponsorship deals with the sports teams they spent hundreds of millions on at the beginning of the year.
The longer the crypto market stays in bearish territory, the more marketing deals with American sports teams are being taken off the table as crypto firms tighten their belts.Crypto exchange FTX has been rethinking its marketing plan to plaster its name and logo across Los Angeles Angels jerseys, according to a June 20 report from the NY Post.
[PRESS RELEASE – Los Angeles, United States, 1st June 2022] Veteran Hollywood filmmakers Ben Rosenblatt and Micho Rutare launch $FLIX, a novel crypto-token, in order to reinvent how independent films are financed, produced, and distributed.