Now accepting bitcoin: Seattle-based mobile grilled cheese truck

Now accepting bitcoin: Seattle-based mobile grilled cheese truck

Food trucks have proliferated in the digital age. With social media and geolocation, potential customers can keep tabs on their favorite foods prepared in mobile kitchens. These trucks also allow entrepreneurs to try new food concepts and themes. The Cheese Wizards are a great example of this, melding fantasy and science fiction with mobile grilled cheese sandwiches. So, given their geek-like bent it would make sense that the Saxbe brothers Bo and Tom would accept bitcoin as a method of payment. "The actual transaction is fairly simple: customers waltz up to our truck, drawn in by our....


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