Posted November 15, 2018 05:21:01 In the past year, many grocery stores have started accepting bitcoin as payment.
In 2017, the first major grocery store chain to offer bitcoin was the Kroger brand, which has a 100 percent bitcoin-based checkout process.
The company says it will start accepting bitcoin in 2019.
This is great news for the bitcoin community as bitcoin prices continue to soar.
But as we head into 2019, it may be time to reconsider your bitcoin purchases.
Here are some reasons to consider switching to the cryptocurrency.
The first reason: Bitcoin Cash and the Future of Food The first major supermarket chain to accept bitcoin was Kroger, and the store that started it all was a Kroger store.
Bitcoin Cash is a cryptocurrency that was created in 2017.
It has been gaining traction in the past month, as merchants and consumers have begun using it to pay for goods and services.
It can be used for fast payment of bills and is currently used in more than half of the United States, including New York City.
The currency can also be used to pay taxes on purchases made in New York.
The second reason is because bitcoin is not regulated by any government entity.
As far as consumers are concerned, it is illegal to accept the cryptocurrency, which means that most of the bitcoin-accepting stores have shut down, leaving consumers without a way to pay their bills.
It is also illegal to store bitcoin in your home, so there are many people that store bitcoin at home.
However, if you are buying groceries or other products, it makes sense to make bitcoin payments at your local Kroger or the Walmart branch, rather than going through a brick and mortar store.
The third reason is that the currency has a limited supply.
The Bitcoin Cash currency is limited to 21 million coins.
If one million coins are lost, it would take an entire year to make up for the lost coins.
So it may make sense to spend bitcoin at your grocery, gas station, or gas station parking lot instead of your local store.
Consumers will continue to find bitcoin useful, as the price of bitcoin continues to soar and consumers begin to realize how easy it is to make payments online.
A grocery store will never have the supply of bitcoin to make the transition to the currency, and it is unlikely that any store will make the leap.
There are a few reasons to use bitcoin for food, but it may not be the right choice for you.
The store that began it all is a Krozers outlet in the United Kingdom, which is a bit of a gamble for Kroger to take.
Kroger does not currently accept bitcoin as a payment method, and instead offers bitcoin cash and ether.
The retailer is planning to offer more bitcoin cash options in 2019, including a debit card that customers can pay with.
It will be interesting to see how the currency fares as bitcoin continues its meteoric rise, but there are plenty of other options for groceries shoppers out there.