According to local media, the Brazilian Burger King chain has developed a new sort of dog food known as the “Dogeppr.” The new product is a dog, meat flavored biscuit that dog parents may buy for their pets, and Dogeppr purchases can be made with dogecoin cryptocurrency.
The Burger King Brazil advertising reads, “Now you can buy Dogepper with dogecoin, take advantage of it,”. “What is the best way to pay for a product aimed at dogs? Obviously, Dogecoins,” says the commercial for the food chain.
To order a Dogepper, a buyer must first check the availability and then pick the number of dog biscuits they wish to buy. A Dogepper costs three dogecoins, according to the website, and there are value meals that include the dog treat. After completing the registration form, the customer deposits DOGE into Burger King (BK) Brazil’s wallet.
Depending on availability, the Dogepper can be delivered via the BK Delivery, Ifood, Rappi, Uber Eats, and 99 Food mobile apps. Customers who do not have DOGE can still purchase the biscuit with Brazilian Real (BRL). “The biscuits, which carry the characteristic of the famous grilled meat BK flavor, can be purchased for the value of three dogecoins in a simple transaction: the transfer of DOGE from the consumer wallet directly to the DOGE wallet of Burger King” according to the advertising.
According to BK Brazil, a percentage of Dogepper’s earnings will be donated to animal protection non-governmental groups (NGOs). The dogecoin statement from BK Brazil adds that the chain has joined with Petlove, an animal protection NGO. The Dogepper will only be sold and accessible in the South American country for a limited period of time.
Burger King Brazil ends, “We know that enjoying a Whopper in peace, in the comfort of your home, is not an easy task for a mother or father of a pet,”. “But also, how can we blame them? The smell of grilled barbecue meat goes far and gives the dogs a stir.”
Burger King’s official Twitter account frequently tweets about the crypto asset with the likeness of a Shibi Inu, in addition to the advertising in Brazil.