A Filipino restaurant chain is adding bitcoin to its menu

An Easton restaurant chain in the United States is now accepting bitcoin.

The company, which opened in 2014, recently added the cryptocurrency to its menus and website.

Its new menu includes an assortment of Filipino favorites, like the chicken enchiladas and pork and shrimp enchils.

“We think this is going to be a very good way for us to tap into the growth of the cryptocurrency in the country,” said Daniel Tuan, president of the company.

“There is a lot of potential for us and the Philippines, if we can continue to grow and diversify and not just focus on the food side, we’re going to see a lot more interest in bitcoin.”

The company will be accepting bitcoin on Tuesday at its Easton location in the Westfield shopping mall in Easton, Pennsylvania.

According to the restaurant, the bitcoin-accepting order will be placed between 2:00 p.m. and 4:00 a.m., but the exact location will be announced on the company’s website.

The move comes as other restaurants are expanding their menu offerings, including one in Las Vegas.

In August, a Chinese restaurant in the Las Vegas area announced that it would accept bitcoin.

In addition to the Easton menu, the company also sells chicken enchuks and rice dishes.