Shiba Inu-branded fast food is now available in Italy

Shiba Inu developer Shytoshi Kusama announced a partnership with Welly’s Italian fast-food restaurant in a new blog post.


Shiba Inu now has its fast-food chain

Welly’s has gone through a full rebrand, making the dog Shiba Inu its new mascot and adopting a new tagline referring to Ryoshi, the creator of the anonymous coin meme. It has also adjusted its menu and marketing strategy.

SHIB will be used as a means of in-store payment, with rival meme coin Dogecoin being another possible option. Kusama claims that the restaurant is little known for its “extremely high-quality food”.

“Welly’s is a “burger joint,” but we understand the importance of having vegetarian, vegan, and “healthy” fast food options. Upon the opening of our flagship store, we will introduce more options to cater to these needs”, the restaurant will have healthy food options.

Currently, there is only a single store in Naples, but the group plans to go global, rejecting the idea of ​​partnering with “huge centralized conglomerates.” While some might view the recent partnership as a gimmick, the team insists it will be around for a long time.

The developers also came up with the idea of ​​implementing blockchain-based food tracking with the help of Shibarium, a layer two solution that hasn’t been launched yet.

As reported by U.Today, Tesla CEO Elon Musk recently asked McDonald’s to accept Dogecoin. Still, the fast-food behemoth laughed the suggestion off by jokingly urging the e-car maker to accept “Grimacecoin.”

Burger King is also trying to increase its engagement at the expense of the crypto community. MrBeast Burger, a restaurant chain opened by popular YouTuber MrBeast, recently said they would support Dogecoin if Musk retweeted his post.

Sign up for a Binance account here (Discount 10% trading fees):

Read more:

Join us on Telegram

Follow us on Twitter

Follow us on Facebook

You might also like