More Bitcoin in London: The Old Shoreditch Station now
Old Shoreditch Station coffee shop in London's now accepts
The Old Shoreditch Station - Where to Spend Bitcoins UK
The Old Shoreditch Station - first BitCoin ATM in London
UK's first bitcoin ATM launches at the Old Shoreditch Station, London.
The Uk's first Bitcoin ATM launched in London today. Being the first of its kind, the interest has been significant. Come down and buy a bitcoin today! Old Shoreditch Station serve excellent coffee and cocktails.
I have set up this thread to record all the UK organisations that are taking Bitcoin. This first post will be regularly edited to keep the list up to date. I find it frustrating that I cannot spend my BTC in more places in the UK! So I have personally been targeting local organisations to tell them about Bitcoin and provide them with support to start accepting it; many of the names listed here are a direct result of my efforts mainly in Brighton and London. I hope this list will encourage other organisations in the UK to start accepting Bitcoin as a form of payment. So if you take Bitcoin and are not listed here please post and I will add you. We want to hear your story.
CoinMap.org shows organisations on OpenStreetMap who accept Bitcoin. Its a wiki map so if you're organisation is not shown hear you can add yourself for free. A list of wallet and payment methods can be found here if you want to set up your organisation to start taking Bitcoin. Selection Criteria: MetaLair have also created some leaflets to help promote Bitcoin to organisations. These are currently available for global%2026.03.14.pdf), UK%2026.03.14.pdf) and Brighton%2026.03.14.pdf) organisations. They are provided as free to use; so please print these and start canvassing organisations near you!
Organisation must have presence in the UK, Isle of Man, Bailiwick of Guernsey, Bailiwick of Jersey or Shetland Islands or target goods and services specifically at those regions.
Organisation must state clearly that they accept cryptocurrency as payment; e.g. on their website or at their physical shop counter.
It must be clear (in the opinion of the OP) what goods or services an organisation is providing.
Goods or services must be available, i.e. not a kickstarter project or pre-order.
This is list is maintained concurrently with its original on BitcoinTalk.org. Please be aware some websites may contain malware that could steal your cryptocurrency. No assertion is given for the authenticity of the organisations listed here or quality of the goods and services they provide. Myself and reddit.com cannot be held responsible for the contents of other websites. If you like what I'm doing or have benefited from my efforts please consider donating to MetaLair, they need your support.
I've just used the first Bitcoin ATM in London, and realised that Quark is so much better for real world situations!
I've just returned from London. I have been talking to lawyers, accountants and some potential investors about Quark and crypto-currencies in general. It made me realise that while for us these concepts (blockchain, mining, hashrate etc) are common sense, to ordinary people these concepts are still as mysterious as one from another planet. But ALL people that I talked to and helped install the Desktop wallet and Mobile Wallet and gave quarks, -- they are all very positive and excited about Quarks -- especially when I would send quarks from a Desktop to their Android smartphone and it would arrive instantly in just 1 second and confirm (become spendable) in 30 seconds. I also went to see the first Bitcoin ATM in London, which is located at a small dingy cafe in Shoreditch (Old Street). The cafe is called "Shoreditch Old Station". It's a Lamassu ATM (which can easily be reprogrammed for Quark and they cost $3000-$5000). I bought £5 worth of Bitcoin just to demonstrate to a friend the whole concept of crypto-currencies how it works. Then we sat in that cafe for 10-15 minutes waiting for at least 1 confirmation, so that we could buy coffee. It is in real life situations like these that you realise that Bitcoin is actually not very user-friendly, and just how much better Quark is! We were nearly ready to leave and then finally the 0.012 BTC finally showed up in my iPhone Blockchain app and I purchased the coffee. The whole experience made me realise that Yes, the businesses want to adopt crypto-currencies, but in the long run it will not be Bitcoin -- people and businesses will prefer a currency like Quark which arrives instantly and becomes spendable 30 seconds later. The whole experience with Bitcoin in the real world made me feel very optimistic about the future of Quark. I think since we are all early adopters, each one of us should do something to spread Quark adoption. Speak to small businesses, demonstrate how Quark works, explain why it is better then Bitcoin and make them accept Quarks. That's the best thing that can help raise the REAL value of Quark at this stage. For example, I have spoken to a taxi driver and he is very excited and wants to start accepting Quark (although he uses iPhone and doesn't have Android phone) -- I'm meeting him later today to help him install the Desktop Wallet and to demonstrate how Quarks are sent and received. Now that Quark has an Android Wallet app on Google Play, it is getting ready for adoption outside the tiny reddit cryto-community. Personally, my next step will be to talk to the Students' Union of my local University to see if their bars and food outlets can start adopting Quark and if they can install a Quark ATM.
If you're a woman working in/involved in cryptocurrency or want to find out more about it, we're having London's first female-focused Bitcoin event in October. More here: http://www.meetup.com/London-Women-in-Bitcoin/ Or if you've got female friends or colleagues who might be interested, please tell them about it! We're not commercially affiliated/profit-making or anything else: just keen to spread the word to people who might not (yet!) be into coming along to the main events. It's at the Old Shoreditch Station, where there's an BTC ATM, we can help noobs set up wallets and buy drinks with Bitcoin, etc. Don't want to get into the politics of having female-only events - they're intended to run in parallel with the mixed events like they do here in Berlin rather than remain their own little siloed space. In an ideal world, we wouldn't need them at all. But it seems that having these evenings is helpful in spreading the word - at the events over here in Germany, we've welcomed and educated women who might not have thought of coming to the mixed meetups and have then gone on to participate in the general events. Any help rather than flaming would be much appreciated! Thanks.
If you're a woman working in/involved in cryptocurrency or want to find out more about it, we're having London's first female-focused Bitcoin event in October. More here: http://www.meetup.com/London-Women-in-Bitcoin/ Or if you've got female friends or colleagues who might be interested, please tell them about it! We're not commercially affiliated/profit-making or anything else: just keen to spread the word to people who might not (yet!) be into coming along to the main events. It's at the Old Shoreditch Station, where there's an BTC ATM, we can help noobs set up wallets and buy drinks with Bitcoin, etc. Any help getting the word out would be much appreciated! Thanks.
Official Satoshipoint update, 3 Bitcoin ATMs going live this week! Plus launch party details for London & Bristol.
Official SatoshiPoint update. www.satoshipoint.co.uk Satoshipoint is proud to see that London is to become the Bitcoin ATM capital of the world! We are soon to have multiple dedicated Bitcoin ATMs in London and also Bristol that will allow the public to buy or sell Bitcoin for cash. SatoshiPoints 3 kiosks will be going live on Friday 30/05/14 located at...
Nincomsoup, Old street station, London, EC1Y 1BE
Rathbone News, 55 Rathbone Place, London, W1T 1JS
SuperFoods, 25-27 St Stephens street, Bristol, BS1 1JX
All three ATMs are the second generation Robocoin kiosks that include the passport scanner as well as biometric palm reader and a driving licence reader, We will NOT be implementing these security features from day one but they are in place to future proof the machines and make sure we comply with any future regulatory requirements. All three kiosks will be charging a flat 5% fee over the live bitcoin price on Bitstamp.com We have future plans to integrate with cointrader.net to allow for faster withdrawals, the fee's will lower over time as we grow! Satoshipoint ltd plans to scale up quickly and roll out more machines nationwide in other major cities. Investors will soon have the opportunity to invest in Satoshipoint Ltd with either bitcoin or sterling in return for real shares in our company, we have been through Bank to the Future’s business incubator and is looking to raise £150,000 to fund rapid expansion. Satoshipoint has already been approved by HMRC for the Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS) which allows private investors to offset money invested in Satoshipoint against their personal income tax or capital gains tax.
To celebrate the launch of Satoshipoint there will be two exciting launch party's.....
Friday 30th May at the Old Street Tube located at Nincomsoup from 6pm. The Launch will be in conjunction with XBTerminal.com (another bitcoin startup) who is also crowd funding investment on the funding platform BanktotheFuture.com, There will be a short presentation from both companies as well as Banktothefuture.com. The event is open to anyone interested in Bitcoin generally and will be a great opportunity for networking and chin wagging about Bitcoin generally. Beer and Soup will be provided free of charge. probably end up somewhere in Shoreditch afterwards. To RSVP to this free event click here one of the links....
SatoshiPoint is having a launch party in the heart of Bristol. located 25-27 St Stephens Street, Bristol, BS1 1JX on the 3rd June at SuperFoods from 6pm, This event is open to anyone interested in Bitcoin generally and will be a great opportunity for networking and chin wagging about Bitcoin. We are reaching out to all Exeter, Wales and Southwest/ Bristol Bitcoin meet-up groups, Investors, interested newbies to join us for this for this party, Superfoods will be keeping to there theme of healthy food and drink and will be offering free cocktails containing your 5 a day if you drink all three ;] A DJ will be present and will be accepting BTC / LTC donations, probably end up somewhere in Bristol afterwards. To RSVP to this free event click one of the links....
Learn from the reviews of other people who spent bitcoins at The Old Shoreditch Station, and find other similar places that accept bitcoin. Ücretsiz apkfullindir.net tablet oyunları indirme yapmak ve hileli bir şekilde kullanmak artık basit.Bayan sohbet numara ara can sıkıntını kolaylıkla gider! London establishments are slowly but surely turning to bitcoin. First the Pembury Tavern started accepting the digital currency, now The Old Shoreditch Station – a coffee shop near Silicon Shoreditch is an increasingly gentrified inner city area adjacent to the City of London, which is in the process of what William Gibson described as regooding. The disused Shoreditch Railway Station has become a cafe, bar, art gallery clothing & shoes store etc:- The Old Shoreditch Station. The cafe / bar is the first place in the UK to have a public BitCoin ATM (made by Lamassu) which allows the bitcoin catalog, caffes, restaurants, bars. A cafe bar and exhibition venue in a decommissioned train station. Once part of the Great Eastern railway, this venue was the original Shoreditch Station. London is clearly turning into a Bitcoin-loving city. Well, not only London, but a big part of the United Kingdom. First, it was the Haymakers pub, located in Cambridge, and then some other bars, like the group Individual Pubs, following the crypto-trend and accepting Bitcoin. Well, now it’s time for the Old Shoreditch Station to become part ofRead More
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