So it’s the end of a long week, your boss has been chewing you out about that big project, and all of your bills have hit at the same time. All you want is to spend the night at home with the comfort of a large deep dish pizza, but all you have is an empty bank account and a few Bitcoins to your name. Well, not to worry.Thanks to a new online startup, Pizzaforcoins, you can now swap your virtual currency for a carb-filled dinner in 30 minutes or less. The way it works is that customers place their order on pizzaforcoins.com, then site owners Matt Burkinshaw and Riley Alexander will collect your Bitcoins and place the delivery order on your behalf using real cash.Prices fluctuate on a constant basis due to the dynamic nature of Bitcoin conversion rates, but it does not appear that Burkinshaw and Alexander are trying to gouge anyone. For example, as of the time of writing this article, a large hand tossed pizza was available for 0.50 Bitcoins, or a little over $12.The strategy for Domino’s in recent years has been to establish itself as a modern, up-to-date company that stays on top of the latest technological trends, and in some cases, even becomes a technological innovator. Some examples include the fact that Domino’s has a strong presence in social media, with the company CEO appearing in viral videos and other marketing campaigns. In addition, Domino’s has mobile apps for seamless online ordering, and it is the only national pizza chain that allows customers to track their orders in real time (right down to the minute when a customer’s pizza left the store).So even though Domino’s is not actually involved in this project, it is fitting that it should be the first pizza joint to be available. The Pizzaforcoins website claims that Papa John’s and Pizza Hut will also be options soon.