It definitely will be a standard currency; it’s gotten too big already to ignore.
Basel also owns Jerusalem, a restaurant on Camden Street in Dublin. However, the restaurant does not take payments of virtual currencies.
The Crypto Cafe in Dublin follows in the footsteps of other cryptocurrency-focused cafes, including ones in Singapore and Prague.
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