With the first attempt of a bitcoin gathering place in New York City cancelled, the Editorial Director of the American Institute for Economic Research (AIER), Jeffrey Tucker, revealed a major revelation: the establishment of a Bitcoin Embassy in the United States. The goal behind this is to unite Bitcoin enthusiasts together; promising them an accommodating environment with a workforce that can help with the most common concerns involving Bitcoin.
According to Tucker, the embassy is “open now but is still not officially launched.” The release could be in April, in Atlanta, Georgia. They will be holding free seminars, boot camps, training sessions and the likes, all using the public spaces in their coworking office. “This is the beauty of the Embassy model. Each city will take a different form. They exist in many places around the world but this is just the beginning. I would like to see an Embassy in every large city in the country and the world.” Mr. Tucker adds.
In a detailed description of what the Embassy would be like, he said that it would allow anyone to visit as a guest but they would have to fill up a minimal registration at the front desk. WeWork also has all the essential infrastructure: coffee, sofas, screens, parking, 24/7 access and plenty of wine and beer for late-night hangouts.