The Organization Is Located In Manhattan’s Financial District
Hundreds of cryptocurrency enthusiasts joined together on New Years Eve to watch the opening of what some people are calling Bitcoin’s very own Wall Street. The institution aims to become an educational hub dedicated to the promotion of the many digital coins out there, as well as an incubator for innovation in this revolutionary financial field.
One of the most widely recognized people present at the opening of the center was Congressman Steve Stockman of Texas, who made it known that people could use Bitcoin to donate to his 2014 Senate campaign. This made Stockman the first Senate candidate to embrace cryptocurrency. To empower the crowd, the congressman also announced that he has plans to sponsor a bill with a noble mission: to protect Bitcoin.
Bitcoin Examiner has the story:
“The first Bitcoin Center was born just two days ago and is already shaking New York City’s crypto-scene. The organization, located at 40 Broad Street – right in the heart of Lower Manhattan’s Financial District – is providing a place where the users of digital currency can trade Bitcoin and learn more about it, among other things.
The center was officially opened during New Year’s eve, gathering hundreds of cryptocurrency enthusiasts that wanted to watch the birth of what is now being called Bitcoin’s very own Wall Street. The institution intends to become an educational hub dedicated to the promotion of the many digital coins out there, as well as an incubator for innovation in this new financial field.
Just a week ago, the center opened spots for education associates that would have the task of developing marketing plans and seminars to promote awareness and understanding of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
During the grand opening of the center, the New York veteran entrepreneur and also co-founder of the Bitcoin Center, Nick Spanos, said a few words to the crowd.”
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