- Andy Nguyen, owner of Bored & Hungry, responded to the accusations.
- All reports about Bored & Hungry not accepting crypto were claimed to be fake news.
- Bored & Hungry reveals their intention and commitment.
Bored & Hungry, a fast-food restaurant based in LA that embraced the crypto culture, received an enormous amount of accusations of not accepting crypto payments despite being a crypto-based restaurant.
On 27th June, the owner of Bored & Hungry, Andy Nguyen, responded to the accusations. In a series of Twitter posts, Nguyen said:
Why on earth would we stop accepting crypto at Bored & Hungry? We would just adjust the crypto pricing to match USD.” He further explained, “We still and always will accept Ethereum and ApeCoin at our store.
Twitter user @LoloYopp commented, “a subreddit, long beach has been bashing you guys for almost a week now because of this. Shouldn’t have been having fun and working in NYC and responding to more emails. Silly media.”
This was followed up by a reply from Nguyen, “ It is what it is. We’re still here and building. Let’s run it up!”
According to sources, there have been plenty of reports of Bored & Hungry not accepting crypto anymore despite being a crypto-based restaurant. Yesterday, all the reports about crypto payments not being accepted were claimed to be fake news. The official Twitter account of Bored & Hungry indeed confirmed that the news is not true.
Furthermore, Bored & Hungry tweeted a post expressing their loyalty and influence to the crypto cause.
“From day 1, Bored & Hungry has been committed to bridging IRL to web3. Our team of developers is constantly working to optimize our systems to better serve our community,” the tweet reads. “In our fast-paced industry, we’re always moving, shifting, and changing to fit the needs of the future.”