Adoption of digital currency is one of the major issues the industry faces, but it is happening. In spite of governments and financial institutions cracking down on trading exchanges and the industry in general, new projects arise and more people are investing.
One encouraging development in terms of digital currency adoption is the Coins Crypto Cafebar, which is set to open in Japan. Ever since the government legalized cryptocurrency as a means of payment in April (via the Payment Services Act), establishments accepting cryptocurrency have skyrocketed – which is to be expected.
Coins Crypto Cafebar is one of the new kids on the block, and they are set to open on May 12, with some promotional activities happening before then.
The cafe will be offering an assortment of original foods, as well as goods from outside sources. It will have a seating capacity of 23, with the goal of providing a roomy space. The will be accepting 15 different kinds of cryptocurrency, making it more enticing for crypto enthusiasts.
The company describes the cafe as “a space where you can use virtual currencies in real life,” Bitcoin reports.
Coins Crypto Cafebar is not the first of its kind in the world. In 2017, Paralelní Polis’s Bitcoin Coffee opened in Prague. Singapore also has its own cryptocurrency cafe, practically a stone’s throw away from the country’s central bank. In Dublin, you can find the Crypto Cafe.