KFC Sells Out of Their Bitcoin Bucket

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Saturday, 13 January 2018 373 Views 4 Comments
KFC Sells Out of Their Bitcoin Bucket

We all know how KFC likes their Viral Marketing and whoever is in charge of finding new ways and methods to trend, needs a raise. From threatening McDonalds with a bigger box on their desk to now accepting Bitcoin as a form of payment in Canada. That’s right, KFC might be the first Fast Food Franchise to accept a cryptocurrency as a form of payment as they offered a Bitcoin Bucket which had waffle fries, 10 tenders, as well as a side, some dips and gravy. If you’re loading up your BTC wallet thinking you’re having KFC for dinner tonight, sorry to say they are already sold out.

To be fair, it’s probably to save that 0.001167 BTC as who knows how much that will be worth in a year. The KFC site has a nice little description of the offer and even apologizes to the rest of the world for only having this offer in Canada. We are pretty sure this Bitcoin Bucket was sold out as soon as it was listed though being able to say you paid for KFC directly with Bitcoin would be a great story. We’re still telling the story of how we finished a KFC Double Down then went to a strip club afterwards.

KFC marketing efforts are pretty unique and you have to give it to them for being adventurous. From pushing chicken flavored nail polish to having Norm MacDonald as being the colonial in its commercials, KFC or PFK in Quebec, is always trying something different. Just look at their Twitter followers, Spice girls and guy’s name Herb. How clever is that!! The guy who discovered it was sent a portrait of him with the colonial. These are just a few of the things KFC has down in 2017 to step up their marketing efforts.

Now get that Bitcoin ready for when this Bitcoin Bucket becomes available in Canada again!

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