Australian startup TravelbyBit invited Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak to relax in the “city of digital currencies” — Agnes water and Town of 1770. The news was reported by the local edition of Micky. The Brisbane company sent Wozniak’s invitation after the latter expressed a desire to travel the world, paying exclusively with bitcoin.
The company that gives businesses the ability to accept bitcoins and help the travelers to get acquainted with the world of cryptocurrency, recommended Wozniak through its portal to book tickets on flights to two coastal towns in Central Queensland.
Agnes water and Town of 1770 (his name is also spelled with the letters, “Seventeen-Seventy”) is known, first, its history: this is one of the first European settlement in Australia. In particular, in Seventeen-Seventy on the shore in 1770-m landed the famous Navigator James cook. Secondly, these two cities are remarkable in that they dozens of businesses accept bitcoin, litecoin, ether, and the tokens NEM.
Now an ordinary tourist travelling from new York to Queensland, or is required to buy an expensive tourist card and to pay 3-5% per transaction, or to change US dollars to Australian in exchange, is also taking a high Commission.
Bitcoin solves this problem. Note that Brisbane international airport has started to accept the cryptocurrency through terminals designed TravelbyBit.
If Wozniak accepts the invitation, thereby he will contribute to the cause of scriptorially.
According to the materials of CCN