How To Use Bitcoin In Austria
Austria is a pretty conservative country in terms of digital coins. If you have some Bitcoins, though, it’s not really hard to spend them here. Indeed, you have more places for Bitcoin exchanges, and you don’t have as many places where you can buy something with them.
We will enumerate below Bitcoin-friendly places from Austria, especially Vienna:
Visit the famous Tian Bistro on Schrankgasse in Vienna’s 7th district.
You can come here to serve a delicious brunch and pay with bitcoins, considering that there is also one of Vienna’s Bitcoin ATMs. You can order all sorts of delicious and traditional dishes.
Use your digital money for Bitcoin ATMs or “Bitcoinbons”
Besides the exchanges you can make at Bitcoin ATMs, you can also pay cash for your Bitcoins wallet. You will receive, instead, a ticket (bon) of that value.
Get into the world of Bitcoins with House of Nakamoto
Once you get here, you can receive all kinds of information about Bitcoin, you can purchase Bitcoinbons, various T-shirts with Bitcoin or hardware wallets. Magdalena Isbrandt is the general manager of Bit-Trust store Gmbh, the first initiative before House of Nakamoto.
Have a good time with your friends at Café Tanzen Anders
You can try different types of coffee and relax after a long day. After enjoying your time, you can pay everything with Bitcoins.
Drink a delicious beer at Malefitz (Meidlinger Markt)
Here, you have the possibility to try several beers, both local and international. Of course, they are also Bitcoin-friendly!
Enjoy a romantic dinner at Tian Restaurant
If you are here with your significant other, nothing compares with an amazing dinner in this restaurant. If can order all kinds of dishes and pay everything with Bitcoins. Moreover, if you are not in the mood to leave your home, you can also order from them and use the same payment method.
Pay your stay in Vienna with Bitcoins
Thanks to Airbnb, you can easily find several places that accept Bitcoins in order to give you some of the best locations to rest. Their number is not very high (seven or so, at the moment), but maybe you’re lucky to find something!
It’s for sure that if you come in this part of Europe, you’ll be pleased to know that the world is really revolving around Bitcoin, but this is nothing but good news.
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