Whenever we have any sort of tech related problem, we usually remember the name Houston. Fortunately, there is a new place in Houston, Texas provided by Cryptospaces that is jointly powered by FinalHash, a renowned Bitcoin consulting company. Situated at 6907 Almeda RD., this newly established Houston Bitcoin Embassy could be regarded as a joint-working place that is completely dedicated to tech startups. At the end of April, there is plan for setting up a Bitcoin ATM as an added facility.
The Houston Bitcoin Embassy is now known as the home for the Texas Coinitiative – a non-profit association that works for promoting Bitcoin use in Texas.
The Coinitiative mission statement:
“We do have a belief that this growing community of ours will be able to assist for shaping progress in this sort of field. You are welcome to make networks and connections with traders, innovators and entrepreneurs through working in the most exciting technological and sociological innovations in the recent days.”
The Texas Coinitiative also arranges various meetups – a minimum of 1 meetup per week – including the Ethereum meetup, the Houston Bitcoin meetup and the forthcoming Houston Bit Business meetup – a meeting that is exclusively designed for the promising Bitcoin entrepreneurs.
The Texas Coinitiative always tries to manage the renowned business professionals to serve as speakers at the meetings in order to inspire the new Bitcoin developers and entrepreneurs. Some of the mentionable speakers they have recently picked up as hosts are Changetip CEO, Nick Sullivan; Bitcoin Core Developer, Peter Todd and Ziftr CEO, Bob Wilkins.
The Houston Bitcoin Embassy is also trying to implement a big initiative where they will promote an educational project that is led by Jay Campuzano of the Yo Soy Bitcoin. This project includes a series of video tutorials (available in English and Spanish) on Bitcoin for the beginners.