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July 31, 2015, 09:42:30 AM
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Do you know that map? You can select Bitcoin in payments Smiley

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July 31, 2015, 01:47:01 PM
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Glad to see Coinmap is back and using a proper license this time around Smiley
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September 09, 2015, 12:18:15 PM
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I recommend a way to review a venue.

I visited Copenhagen this weekend and 4 of the 5 Bitcoin businesses I visited accepted Bitcoin but did not have their machines working to accept it.

In some cases understandable, I would not want to say that they no longer accept Bitcoin and take them off the list but if they get enough reviews of "waitress said the machine is down", then people won't waste their time.
In some cases I think the waiter/waitress just didn't know how to do it so they opted for the "it's down right now" response.

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September 13, 2015, 01:42:15 AM
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I recommend a way to review a venue.

I visited Copenhagen this weekend and 4 of the 5 Bitcoin businesses I visited accepted Bitcoin but did not have their machines working to accept it.

In some cases understandable, I would not want to say that they no longer accept Bitcoin and take them off the list but if they get enough reviews of "waitress said the machine is down", then people won't waste their time.
In some cases I think the waiter/waitress just didn't know how to do it so they opted for the "it's down right now" response.

No matter what. If you left the shop without paying with bitcoin because it was too complicated, then they don't deserve visitors for being on coinmap. Remove them and if you are in a good mood, let them know about them being removed. There is really no excuse to not have any smartphone, PC or even printed QR-Code around. It can't be that they get customers for accepting bitcoin, if those customers finally pay in fiat.

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October 19, 2015, 12:53:00 PM
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How many time it normaly take to update the map. I did the change to add a place 4 days ago and still nothing.

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April 21, 2016, 12:23:37 AM
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Coinmap have a lot to potential expand in Brazil, even i dont know your business model. A lot of people accept bitcoin here; the information about these places are so scasse that a blog had the 3º place when you google "lugares que aceitam bitcoin"(places that accepts bitcoin) in Brazil.I hope the site can atleast be translated to PT-BR.Coinmap has for me, the best map design and are the most easy to find places.
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April 24, 2016, 09:14:26 AM
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Coinmap have a lot to potential expand in Brazil, even i dont know your business model. A lot of people accept bitcoin here; the information about these places are so scasse that a blog had the 3º place when you google "lugares que aceitam bitcoin"(places that accepts bitcoin) in Brazil.I hope the site can atleast be translated to PT-BR.Coinmap has for me, the best map design and are the most easy to find places.

This is a good idea. Translating the CoinMap site into several languages could be a very good thing. BTW I love that CoinMap has an API avaialable also!

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April 24, 2016, 10:29:30 AM
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Coinmap have a lot to potential expand in Brazil, even i dont know your business model. A lot of people accept bitcoin here; the information about these places are so scasse that a blog had the 3º place when you google "lugares que aceitam bitcoin"(places that accepts bitcoin) in Brazil.I hope the site can atleast be translated to PT-BR.Coinmap has for me, the best map design and are the most easy to find places.

This is a good idea. Translating the CoinMap site into several languages could be a very good thing. BTW I love that CoinMap has an API avaialable also!

Coinmap 1.0 was translated into several languages
https://web.archive.org/web/20150101084110/http://coinmap.org/ (list on the left)

The github for 1.0 had a folder for languages, but I don't know what the process is for 2.0

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April 24, 2016, 07:00:06 PM
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Very cool site, I have not seen this before, the major US cities are catching on. 

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April 24, 2016, 10:17:03 PM
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nice site, very interesting to see places nearby that use bitcoin Tongue
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August 25, 2016, 05:22:11 PM
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Your website looks fucked up.
Take a look and you understand what I mean.
http://coinmap.peercointalk.org/

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February 19, 2019, 07:27:42 PM
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1) No
It's a pity; I liked the GitHub repo  Embarrassed

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2) Objects are no longer stored in OpenStreetMap. I had quite a long discussion with OSM folks some time ago and they were not very happy about the low quality (missing addresses, etc). of Bitcoin-related OSM nodes. So I decided to do just one-way sync (from OSM to coinmap).
I'm an OSM contributor, and I would have preferred to see wrong nodes removed (or fixed).

Ciao!

Does "one-way sync" mean that if i add a point on your site, it won't be added on OSM? Am i right?

Correct. See the reason for this above.
As I wrote, I don't like your choice at all.

Unfortunately I think I'll search for an alternative.

CoinMap 1.0 is back!
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5111963
(Github repository included)

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February 19, 2019, 09:56:44 PM
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noted.
i used coinmap a lot in the old days to help businesses to get enlisted and showing their "bitcoin accepted here" sign globally.
any new features planned?
what happened to coinmap 2.0 - is it dead?
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