One of Western Australia’s leading cake decorators is now serving up the Australian digital currency Qoin as icing on the cake.
Established by Lyn Jinman and her mum 15 years ago, My Delicious Cake and Decorating Supplies serves up custom cake creations for every occasion, and they offer cooking classes for children and adults.
Located in Bibra Lake, the business caters for food allergies, including gluten-free, dairy-free and food colouring, as well as vegan and keto options, which are sugar-free.
“Qoin seemed like a great way to reach more customers,” Ms Jinman said. “The transition to digital currency felt very normal and safe to do and we’ve already had several transactions on 100 per cent Qoin.
“Qoin customers receive 10 per cent off our cakes and supplies. Our customers are very happy about paying in Qoin. It is easy and quick.”
A fully qualified pastry chef of 21 years, Ms Jinman grew up on the family farm baking with her mother.
“My Mum and I did our courses together. I did pastry cooking and baking, and she did commercial cookery. Starting our own cake decorating business was something we always wanted to do together.
“We’re not a normal bakery, we’re a custom line cake baker. Every cake is unique and caters to the customer’s requests. I love creating unique cakes. I’ve done everything from edible cars and caravans to images,” noted Ms Jinman.
“We also offer supplies for all cake makers, from beginners to qualified chefs. Our store provides all the baking equipment and ingredients required to make cakes and cake accessories.
“Qoin is a good payment option for both individuals and businesses.”
In the past 15 months, more than 38,000 Australian small businesses have joined Qoin, the newest digital currency. Built on blockchain, Qoin offers merchants and consumers an innovative and secure alternative to connect and interact.