Lightning Strikes Twice: Strike to Transform both Payments and Bitcoin

It is an old cliche among crypto nay-sayers that people don’t pay for coffee with Bitcoin, but Jack Mallers is about to change all that.

The founder of Strike aims to transform payments for everyday items on a truly planetary scale. 

“If we can help make the Bitcoin network more accessible and usable, we believe we can change the world,” he said while on stage in Miami at the recent Bitcoin 2022 conference.

Mallers announced that payment processors Blackhawk and NCR — which handle about 85% of point-of-sale payments nationwide – have joined the Strike revolution. (Note: NCR serves Starbucks.)

Through the partnership, Strike aims to roll out in-person bitcoin payments at dozens of retailers, including McDonald’s, Chipotle, Whole Foods, and Walmart. 

Strike is poised to make Bitcoin-backed payments go mainstream by enabling individuals and businesses to send currency via the decentralized network at incredible speed and nearly zero cost.

If the company succeeds, it will simultaneously revolutionize payment systems and accelerate Bitcoin adoption worldwide. 

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