Coin For Coffee Seeks Simple Way To Buy a Cup of Joe

Coin For Coffee Seeks Simple Way To Buy a Cup of Joe

Ever wanted to buy a cup of Starbucks coffee with your bitcoins? With Coin For Coffee, now you can. As its co-founder and CEO Matt Luongo explained to CoinDesk, Card For Coin leverages Starbucks' existing gift card infrastructure to process payments using digital currency. He put it simply: "We want people to be able to spend their bitcoins wherever they want." How it works. Coin For Coffee sports a simple interface. Users choose how much they want to upload (ranging from $5 to $50). After confirming a user's email address, the system produces a bitcoin address in which to deposit the....


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The reason you should care about bitcoin's success is not just because it can help reorganize how the financial industry is run, but because it can bring freedom and empowerment to the people who really need it ... the billions of 'un-banked' people on this planet.

Melanie Shapiro, Founder/CEO of Case Wallet, PhD in Consumer Behavior