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The Tether (USDT) logo could be spotted next to the Bitcoin symbol on the payment terminal (NB: earlier this year, the city of Lugano announced it would accept Bitcoin, Tether and the LVGA token as a legal tender).

El Salvador

Last year, we reported that McDonald’s was accepting payments in Bitcoin through Lightning Network. But only in El Salvador.

Crypto journalist Aaron van Wirdum broke the news after he visited a McDonald’s restaurant in the country and was presented with a printed QR code directing him to an invoice page on Lightning Network.

El Salvador had recently become the first country to accept Bitcoin as legal tender. Businesses were obliged where possible to accept it as payment. 

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