Amongst all of the things bitcoin can buy you, there’s something else, and it might be particularly attractive to start-ups in the crypto-currency space.
Office suites, virtual offices, and meeting rooms in the heart of downtown San Francisco.
Raven Office Centers is a company that accepts bitcoin for their services. From $499 for co-working stations (that’s a per-seat cost, according to their website), and a ten-seat private office suite for $6,500, it could very well be the place a start-up in our industry comes to conduct their operations.
For businesses looking for a more professional appearance, the company offers business mailing addresses and meeting rooms (for those time your clients come over).
Raven says that so far as they are aware, they are the first executive suite provider to accept payment in bitcoin.
That may just be so — we can’t seem find any other providers that have a similar offering.
The incorporation of bitcoin payments is one that adds an unrivaled level of convenience. No wire transfers, no expensive card processing fees — just payment.
This could especially become useful for international companies looking for a presence on the west coast.Many would agree that paying with bitcoin eliminates the confusion when it comes to the exchange rate.
But time, of course, will tell whether or not the payment method catches on in this particular industry.
Who knows? A worldwide company like Regus could even adopt bitcoin in the future!