Official House of Nakamoto Opens Doors in Amsterdam to Honor Satoshi and Bitcoin
Official House of Nakamoto Wing Opens in Amsterdam
A famous Austrian crypto-project by the name of ‘House of Nakamoto’ has recently opened its doors to cryptocurrency enthusiasts living in and around Amsterdam. House of Nakamoto (HOM) is an effort to help budding crypto investors to get to know more about cryptocurrencies via interactive means such as digital media, human networking etc.
It is also interesting to note that the company’s latest store has been opened in one of the crypto hubs of Europe, Amsterdam. By making use of the services being provided by HOM, residents and guests will be able to gain an insight into the nature of electronic money. Not only that,participants will also receive a starter kit which comes with a hardware wallet as well as some digital tokens.
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What’s All the Hype About?
A lot of people are excited about the launch of House of Nakamoto because it aims to serve as an information centre for a variety of cryptocurrency related products. If that wasn't enough, the centre also doubles up as an improvised Bitcoin museum as well as a retail outlet for many blockchain-based products.
The primary contents of the starter kit include:
- A guide that comprehensively covers a host of aspects related to bitcoin and its underlying framework, Blockchain.
- A Ledger hardware wallet that comes loaded with a Bitcoin gift card worth 15 EUR.
- There is also an option to buy something called “bitcoin securities” that are made to resemble paper wallets and contain a bitcoin address (along with its corresponding private key.)
For those not aware of the institution, the House of Nakamoto was established in early 2017 in the Austrian city of Vienna. It was primarily advertised within the city as being a “BTC retail store” but over time a lot of enthusiasts and experts started to congregate there and share their views/ideas regarding crypto with one another.
In addition to this, the company’s offices come equipped with:
- Cryptocurrency ATMs
- A Buy-only device that can be used to facilitate transactions pertaining to bitcoin cash (BCH), bitcoin core (BTC), ethereum (ETH), dash (DASH), and litecoin (LTC). However, daily transaction limits are capped at 15,000 euros (5,000 per transaction).
Amsterdam is Fast Becoming a Global Hub for Cryptocurrency Activity
In recent times, Amsterdam, a popular tourist destination as well as the capital of the Netherlands, has become a go-to city for crypto enthusiasts from all over the world. Amsterdam boasts of being a leading financial center in the region and also houses the oldest stock exchange in Europe.
Lastly, it is worth noting that Amsterdam possesses one of the most sophisticated crypto infrastructures in the world today. A recent research study by Statista has shown that:
“The city ranks number 1 among Dutch and Belgian cities in terms of the number of operational bitcoin ATMs”.