Cointelegraph has reported on many interesting and outstanding merchants, retailers or servicemen accepting Bitcoin for their products. All of them had a feature that allowed to associate the online or offline venues with the IT and technological world. Those creating Bitcoin were the first to implement it.

Nashville deserved to be introduced to the annals of history as the first city of the USA with a restaurant taking payments in the virtual currency. Globally, it might be even the first fine dining venue adding to classy food and appearance some technological progress and libertarian hospitability.


Flyte High

The Flyte World Dining & Wine restaurant in Nashville succeeded to pioneer the movement of Bitcoin activists, willing to blow their coins in a stylish and fine manner. Good food and wine might be a great addition for those able to purchase a Lamborghini for Bitcoin.

Scott Sears is the co-owner of Flyte, who embodied the idea together with Bill Butler, creator of the advocacy site, in December 2013. He commented:

“For me, the technology side is really exciting. I like the fact we are on the cutting edge.”

Observing the balance on the 14th of March, the entrepreneurs have received 21 payments earning 2.17533996 BTC. Mr. Sears knows that many visitors come to their restaurant due to the tolerance and interest in Bitcoin. Other guests see how transactions are performed within seconds from a mobile device to another in assistance of Coinbase.

Mr. Butler added:

“When you have a technology that enables you to do things you can't do with current means, it's powerful.”