Coffee delivery service has started accepting bitcoin in India

Coffee delivery company coffee delivery service Coffee Delivery India has started taking bitcoin payments, the company told CoinDesk.

According to a statement issued by the company, the service launched on January 30, and users can now receive coffee via mobile apps.

“We have launched a service called ‘Coffee Delivery India’ that will allow customers to pay for their coffee delivery from anywhere in India.

Customers can choose to receive their coffee from their home or anywhere in the country, or send their coffee to an address in the world, or to a friend, or even to their bank account,” the statement read.”

Customers can also send their delivery from their own bank account to any of the following payment providers: Airtel, Paytm, VISA, Mastercard, Discover, MasterCard Debit Card or BANK”.”

This is the first time that we have taken bitcoin payments to the point where we are accepting it,” said the spokesperson.

“This is a first step towards our mission to be the leading mobile coffee delivery platform in India.”

The company was founded by a former Uber engineer, Vishal Sharma, who is also CEO of the Indian Coffee Chain.

In January 2016, Sharma left the Uber post, taking a job at the startup to work on its launch.

A recent study by the International Coffee Association (ICA) showed that in India, one in six people in rural areas have never used a coffee delivery app, which has led to increased demand for coffee delivery services in the Indian capital.

Coffeeshop owners in India have faced increasing competition from cheaper online cafes, and the government is increasingly looking to improve access to the country’s coffee supply.

Last year, Prime Minister Narendra Modi signed a deal with US tech company Airbnb to offer short-term rentals to Indian citizens, and in October, a government survey showed that 74 percent of respondents to the National Sample Survey Organisation (NSSO) said that they would consider moving to an Airbnb property.

In February, a group of companies, including Uber and BSNL, launched their own bitcoin wallet services.

What To Read Next: The best coffee table books on Amazon.com!

What to read next: Coffee table books are the latest in pop culture trends, and they’re no longer limited to children’s books, they’re now the most popular category of books in bookstores.

According to a new report from BookScan, booksellers have been reporting a steady increase in coffee table book sales for the past two years, with a total of 3.8 million booksellings last year.

In fact, bookstores sold nearly 6.4 million coffee table titles, up from 2.5 million in 2016.

BookScan’s study, which is based on data from Nielsen Bookscan, found that while coffee table sales have steadily grown, the category is now experiencing a slowdown as consumers shift to digital and e-book formats.

“The coffee table boom may be over, but the coffee table is not,” said Dan Schulman, president of Nielsen BookScan.

“As our industry continues to grow, we’re seeing the coffee tables continue to be a strong performer.”

While coffee table has a long history, the rise of digital publishing and ebooks has made it an increasingly popular format for the books in our bookstore.

And the trend continues with the trend to the right: Amazon is now the largest bookseller of the coffee Table category, according to BookScan data.

Amazon’s coffee table ebook business is estimated to be worth $2.4 billion, according the study.

Apple and Amazon, the two biggest publishers in the category, are also among the top 10 publishers in terms of book sales, while Google has a number of top-selling coffee table series, including The Book of the Month Club and The Book Club.

“It’s clear that the coffeetable book market is going to be one of the most successful in history, with coffee table being one of its biggest drivers,” said Michael Siegel, CEO of Nielsen Books, in a press release.

“While the coffeehouse book is popular with families and students, it’s increasingly becoming popular among adults and is on the rise with kids.

The next generation of coffee table authors and retailers is going take their coffee tables to the next level.”

While there’s no word yet on when Amazon will begin offering a range of coffeetable books in its digital stores, Schulmen said the company has been working with some of the industry’s most respected coffeehouse authors to see if they could help bring the book back to print.

“Amazon is one of our biggest customers for coffee table,” Schulmans said.

“They have a great reputation, and there are a lot of great authors that want to publish with us.”

For more on the coffee tree, see the latest issue of Fortune magazine.