Beer club in Bristol opens door to Bitcoin as a mode of payment method 25144 Beer pints
Nitin Murali
Oct 14, 2018 at 3:07 AM

Mr. Wolfs club in St Nicholas Street is a first of its kind in Bristol to accept Bitcoin as a mode of payment for beer pints, according to a local news report.

The club has welcomed the Bitcoin community in Bristol this week to drink pints and pay for them using their digital wallet.

This idea emerged in the heads of a media production company “Dog and Bird”. They have an office above the club and are pursuing their documentary on cryptocurrencies called the “Trust Protocol”.

Two of the filmmakers from the media production company, Liam Turner and Tom McKerrow had been on shooting duty throughout the world while they came across Anypay, a New Hampshire company that had found a new system that allowed their clients to make everyday transactions using Bitcoin.

The two carried the technology across seas back home where they put the idea into Mr. Wolfs management who in turn encouraged customers to make real use of their virtual coins.

“It was brilliant to see the technology in action here in Bristol - we had a small crowd come to the launch night and everyone seemed to enjoy being able to make real-world purchases instantly using just their digital wallet,” said Turner.

Mr. Wolf in return helped the documentary makers to run and Bitcoin could be a viable way forward to an increasing cash feelings

“I fully support Bitcoin and I absolutely think it has a bright future as an alternative payment method with a lot of benefits for small business,” said Mark Wolf, Club Owner.

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