At EthDenver 2018, a food truck accepts crypto for meals. But the payment process wasn't entirely on the blockchain. For the 2019 event, organizers built a whole blockchain experience, from scanning a physical solidcoin to install a virtual wallet and get some Dai tokens to buying food, which food truck owners can then use the blockchain to easily convert to U.S. dollars. (Tamara Chuang, The Colorado Sun)

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