Opening of the Bitcoin Mining Museum in Venezuela
Venezuela re-registers its name in the books. The first country to develop the CBDC central currency digital currency: the failed Petra project. Now the country wants to open the world’s first bitcoin mining museum. Although only twelve years have passed since the life of the bitcoin, everything has happened so fast that it seems as if everything needs to be recorded.
The museum, located in the capital Caracas, is open to companies and businesses from January 17, according to newsbtc. CriptoAvila, a company that provides bitcoin mining equipment, is the designer and executor of this museum. The company ‘s spokesman, Joan Telo, told a local news agency:
“We did this important step, because so far there has been no public space to showcase the evolution of bitcoin mining. We thought this was important. Each device, each bronze has its own story. It shows us the progress and obstacles in this direction. The scams that hurt many interested people in this way will also be visible to everyone.”