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Posted September 01, 2018 05:29:37Alba Express delivery company Alba Express has unveiled a new delivery service, allowing customers to pay for their groceries using Bitcoin.

The online grocery store, which started out as a Chinese online grocery business, has now expanded its service to the United States, Japan, Germany, Australia, the United Kingdom, and South Korea.

The service will be available on Friday, September 2.

“We’re really excited about the opportunity to expand our business to other countries and see what kind of growth we can expect,” Alba Vice President of Product Marketing, Mike Lee, said.

“This is a huge opportunity for our business, and we are extremely grateful for the support of our customers.”

In addition to being able to receive their groceries digitally, customers can now take advantage of the Alba brand in the future, with the added benefit of having their groceries delivered on time and securely.

“The first customers to use the Albeast service will have their orders delivered on Saturday, September 3.”

Customers can order groceries from AlbaExpress at any time, with a range of items from groceries to dairy, fruit, coffee, and more.

AlbaExpress customers can order food online, pay via Bitcoin, or pay by credit card at any point during the checkout process.

To start using the AlBeast service, customers simply need to pay via credit card for a one-off fee of $50.

“Albeast’s technology is very secure and allows customers to purchase items online with just a few clicks,” Mr Lee said.

In addition, customers will be able to use Albeasts debit card and PayPal accounts for purchases.

“Customers will be provided with the option to pay with Bitcoin at checkout, and customers can even add their personal Bitcoin address for a single payment,” Mr Li said.

Albeasts checkout will be free, with only a $1 fee for transactions on the checkout page.

AlBeast will be accepting Bitcoin payments from customers, and Alba’s platform will be used to facilitate the transaction.

Customers have until September 12 to use Bitcoin, and Bitcoin will be accepted at Alba for up to one year.

“Bitcoin is an excellent store of value, and it’s a great way to make payments online and in person,” Mr Alba said.

Customer services are also available in Australia, Japan and the United Arab Emirates.

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