Is there a more up-to-date map of physical businesses that accept bitcoin than coinmap.org?
Hi all, I remember when coinmap.org was first being populated in 2013, it was a great resource, but now the locations on it are either non-existent or no longer accepting bitcoin. Is there a more up-to-date resource of physical businesses that accept bitcoin directly via a lightning network transaction or a regular bitcoin transaction? I know fold app is great, but it's not a native bitcoin transaction or experience. Also, given that businesses are currently shut down due to the pandemic, I figure having a resource like this functional and properly populated might be a good thing for adoption when the economy is back to its normal life. Finally, I hope everyone is fairing well during these times. I know I shouldn't even be concerned about something like this, but I figure bitcoin will be an important part of the economy in the future so it deserve some attention too :).
If you or your enterprise is starting to accept payments in bitcoin, please consider registering at https://coinmap.org. It's a great resource for places of acceptance with almost 14k entries worldwide. Thank you.
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The akward moment when you pick a very expensive restaurant from coinmap.org, invite a girl, talk about bitcoin all dinner long and finally it's time to pay but they say they don't accept bitcoin anymore, that makes me a sad panda
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Are any Albany redditors also bitcoin enthusiasts? Coinmap.org is depressingly bare in our area. Why?
Almost 2,000 shops and stores accepting bitcoin are listed on coinmap.org so far, but none in the capital region yet. With services like Coinbase and BitPay taking all of the risk out of accepting bitcoin (they convert the bitcoin directly into US dollars for you), there is really no downside. However, there are plenty of advantages. Lower transaction fees; for example, Coinbase offers 0 fees for the first million dollars in transactions and 1% after that; much lower than credit card or PayPal fees. There are no chargebacks, and you receive the payments instantly. Even better, as bitcoin starts to appear more frequently in the local news (for example, the times union this past sunday), they almost always include a list of example stores that accept bitcoin. Any local store would definitely get a mention; if not a feature story for being the first business in the area. Last month a subway sandwich shop in Allentown, PA made national news for accepting bitcoin. Anyone in here a local business owner? I'd be curious if you have thought about accepting bitcoin, and what you view the disadvantages to be.
Reminder (Expedia&CoinMap): Do NOT add payment:bitcoin=yes tags to hotels on OpenStreetMap that only "accept" Bitcoin via Expedia
Someone did this with Menufy and it was and still is a disaster...
The payment:bitcoin=yes tag indicates that you can pay with Bitcoin at the location.
Especially as you are going to annoy your fellow Bitcoin friends, because they are going to stand at the Hotel and the receptionist is going to be like "WTF is Bitcoin?!" and the OpenStreetMap community is not going to be happy either because you put bad data to the map. If you want to display it on CoinMap, then you have to work with the OpenStreetMap community and the CoinMap developer. For example you could introduce a new tag like payment:bitcoin:expedia=yes, payment:bitcoin:menufy=yes and so on and display those in a different way on the map, maybe even allow for some kind of filtering. But again before you implement and start using it dicuss it with the community. What should be done is to create a Proposal and then figure our what the best solution is. http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Bitcoin
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