A Dutch-based Domino’s Pizza franchise will offer some of its workers an option to be paid in Bitcoin.
Immensus Holding runs 16 out of the 270 Domino’s Pizza outlets in the country.
Employees who work for them and earn above the minimum wage may choose to accept the popular coin as payment for the excess.
“We are a modern company, and we work with a lot of young employees,” co-owner of Immensus Holdings, Jonathan Gurevich said. “We hear them talking about Bitcoin and we want to offer the opportunity to own cryptocurrency.”
Netherlands-Based exchange firm BTC Direct will be in charge of cryptocurrency payments to staff who choose the option.
“A monthly Bitcoin salary can be compared to dollar cost averaging into Bitcoin,” said BTC Direct’s Jerrymie Marcus. “So all the benefits are the same, you don’t have to time the market, and in the long run you cancel out short and mid term volatility. This actually benefits the employee, they save value automatically in an ever-increasing asset.”
This comes a few days after a Dutch exchange company, Bitonic, won a court case against the country’s Central bank to halt crypto wallets verification plans.