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First Five Countries that Accepts/Adopt Bitcoin
« on: May 03, 2018, 06:09:39 PM »
1. San Francisco, California - Accepting the fact that they where only 837,000 in population they were the first to adopt bitcoin as their alternative currency. This city also made "Coinbase" the "First Digital Wallet in the World" in July 2011 by Brian Armstrong and Fred Ersham. Almost 200 stores and merchants accepting bitcoin in this city.

2. Vancouver, Canada - In a population of 578,000 people, this city creates a world record of making a 13 Bitcoin ATM's and the first country that signs a first official law that regulates the digital and virtual currency. This city also made the "QuadriagaCX Bitcoin Exchange" the "World's First Bitcoin ATM".

3. Amsterdam, The Netherlands - In a population of 779,000 they were the home of startup Bitcoin Miners and Blockchain developers. They created the "BitFury" in 2013 by their founder Valery Vavilov, they were currently hosting more than 16 countries around the world.

4. Ljubljana, Slovenia - The smallest city among the five with a population of 272,000 people. Ljublejana have more than 50 stores accepting Bitcoin as currency and has two ATMs. They created the "Bitstamp" one of the most popular Bitcoin fiat in the World.

5. Tel Aviv, Israel - In a population of 404,000 people this city is one of the world's leading cities for startups. One of the most active Bitcoin Meet Up Group with a 1,785 active members.