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The Internet is shocked to find out that a tea stall vendor accepts cryptocurrency as payment

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Chai, which can also be referred to as tea, is one of the most popular beverages in India. In the morning, countless people say that the piping-hot beverage is the only thing that can get them going again. The proliferation of chai shops on every street and in every city across the nation is unmistakable evidence of the beverage’s rising popularity.
These chai tapris are extremely well-liked not only because of their affordable costs but also because of the superior quality of the chai that they provide. Whether or not this comes as a surprise, some vendors do not accept digital payments in addition to traditional ones. But could you picture going to your neighborhood tea vendor and finding out that they take payment in the form of cryptocurrency? Recently, businessman Harsh Goenka uploaded this very image to his personal website and shared it with the world over the internet.
On Twitter, the photograph was uploaded by the official account that belongs to Harsh Goenka. In the video, we were able to observe the chai vendor serving piping hot chai out of earthenware pots, also known as kulhads. Observe the chai vendor serving piping hot chai out of earthenware pots, also known as kulhads.
The tea shop had both the standard scanning code for payments as well as a chalkboard that had “Crypto Accepted Here” written on it. In addition, the tea dealer also accepted cryptocurrencies. Harsh Goenka referred to the country in the tweet’s title by writing, “The new India.”
Already, the tweet has been liked 1,200 times and has been retweeted and commented on by hundreds of people. In the comments section, one user referred to the establishment as “Advanced India,” while another user said, “Serves tea in Kulhar… indicates the price in dollars!” Given that the use of cryptocurrencies is against the law in India, there were those who held the opinion that this could not take place.

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