Slovenia, one of the smallest countries in the European Union, is certainly not resting on its laurels when it comes to the blockchain and cryptocurrency space. In fact, the tiny nation, nestled between Italy and Croatia, has come up with the idea of the first Bitcoin City.
A former warehouse complex in one of the smallest countries in the EU is now moving towards becoming the first lifestyle center in Europe to totally embrace blockchain and cryptocurrency technologies.
Slovenian Prime Minister Miro Cerar recently made a visit to the center where he was offered a cup of coffee purchased by the secretary of state Tadej Slapnik using cryptocurrency. Representatives of BTC City released a statement concerning the Prime Minister’s visit which read in part;
“The purpose of his visit was to open the Beyond 4.0 international conference, dedicated to digital society and blockchain, and to get acquainted with BTC City’s strategy to become a Bitcoin City,”
BTC Company which owns and manages BTC City wants to see the center become the first of its kind in the world where business partners visitors and consumers interact in a cryptocurrency supportive ecosystem. The company seeks to integrate all state of the art technology into the space using Cryptocurrency and blockchain as well as bringing in artificial intelligence, virtual reality, augmented reality and machine learning.