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Mapping the Exchange of Bitcoin
The peer-to-peer currency Bitcoin has been hitting the news quite a lot recently. Or you can also see a full Europe full Detailed Map, printable vector map Adobe Illustrator editable. As the currency becomes more well known I’ve begun to see more and more Bitcoin related maps.
Want we really need is a Bitcoin Treasure Map that shows the location of the $6.5 million dollars of Bitcoins buried in a landfill site in Wales. Unfortunately that map doesn’t exist but I can point you towards some real-time maps of Bitcoin transactions and a map of establishments where Bitcoins are accepted.
CoinStream is a Google Map of Bitcoin transactions happening around the world. The map includes a number of filters that allow the user to refine the value, fees and number of results displayed on the map. You can also mouse-over any of the markers displayed on the map to view the value of the transaction undertaken at that location.
Fiatleak is another real-time map of Bitcoin transactions. Fiatleak however displays the exchange of world currencies into Bitcoins. The value of the Bitcoins is displayed in green and the last exchange rate for each currency is shown in purple and updated in real-time.
BitcoinMaps is a Google Map of establishments around the world that accept Bitcoins. Anyone can add an establishment to the map by filling in a short form. If you select an establishment on the map you can view the establishment’s details beneath the map. Source.
The largest of the Balkan countries, Romania has dramatic mountain scenery and a coastline on the Black Sea.
It has seen numerous empires come and go from the Roman, to the Ottoman, to the Austro-Hungarian.
After World War II the country was under communist rule, although the leadership pursued a foreign policy independent of that of the Soviet Union.
The legacy of communist-era leader Nicolae Ceausescu lingered long after the uprising which brought about his downfall on Christmas Day 1989.
A slower developer than other former communist countries of eastern Europe, Romania took a major step away from its past when it was one of seven countries to join Nato in late March 2004.
In April 2005 Bucharest signed an EU accession treaty, paving the way for Romania eventually to join the union in January 2007.