Malta’s First Ever Bitcoin Bar Is Opening Its Doors Tonight
You will be able to buy a pint using only your digital wallet
As Malta continues to makes waves in the cryptocurrency world, a group of digital nomads will tonight launch the island’s first ever Bitcoin bar.
The innovative concept is being held at the Cocohub in Birgu - a former wine bar that has been converted into a co-living and co-working space for digital nomads.
London and Berlin. The entrance fee is €20, payable in cash or Bitcoin, and comes with two craft beers.
Guests can then take a seat by the bar, use their Bitcoin wallets to purchase beers from the pub and engage in a panel discussion with crypto-experts. Crypto-trader Abdul Shaik will focus on the problems in current crypto-exchanges, Udemy cryptocurrency lecturer Ravinder Deol will speak about crypto security and podcaster Francesco Carbone will close the debate.
The organisers - who also run Bitcoin clubs in Malta and Gozo - told Lovin Malta the event is open to everyone with a curious mind and a basic knowledge of cryptocurrencies, and could become a monthly feature.
If you’re unable to make this talk, then Bitcoin Club Malta are also planning a cryptocurrency introduction course next week in Valletta.