9 Exchanges to Buy Bitcoin & Crypto in Jamaica (2020)

List of Physical Stores where you can Buy or Sell bitcoin

There are a number of foreign currency exchanges and other places where there's a "storefront"/branch and an actual teller or other staff where you can just walk up and do a bitcoin buy and/or sell. But I don't think there's ever been a list of them compiled. Lots of location discoveries get shared on social media, like this one, bu there is just no comprehensive list anywhere. So that's what I'ld like to do here. If you know of a location please comment with the name or some details.
Physical stores and Trading Spaces
Europe, Middle East, and Africa:
North America:
Vouchers (retail)
Gift Cards
Hardware wallet sales locations (Note: It's always more secure to buy direct from the manufacturer)
There are also over-the counter (OTC) traders, who may or may not have a fixed location, but are not considered to be "physical stores":
Please share your additions, corrections, or comments.
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Of Wolves and Weasels - Day 799 - The Way of the DOGE (Part 2)

Hey all, GoodShibe here!
So here we are, at the penultimate Of Wolves and Weasels. Hope you don't mind if I just dive right in here... ;D)
The Total Beginner's Guide to Dogecoin: The Way of the DOGE (Part 2)
The truly interesting thing about the Dogecoin community was not only in how it came together in times of adversity - The Save Dogemas campaign that was put together to try and reimburse Shibes who'd been effected by the hack - but how it banded together in success as well.
When itchy_craphole suggested that we get together to try and sponsor the Jamaican Bobsled team, which had made the news as having financial troubles making it to Sochi, the community rallied around the idea and the Dogesled campaign was born. The goal was to raise $30,000 in Dogecoin to try and assist the team and the coins flooded in. It was our first major success and our efforts received international recognition. From NPR coverage in the US to Canada's CBC and Adeverul in Romania; from France's France24 to Germany's Heise it seemed like everyone was falling in love with Dogecoin.
JUST as our price was spiking. Remember how I talked about a frenzy before? Well this effort became ground zero.
And. There. Was. A. Lot. Of. Incredible. Art.
Oh, yeah, and we got ourselves an anthem.
Inspired and fueled by this success, the Dogecoin community immediately raised another $5000 to help Indian skiers get to Sochi as well!
After the rush of the Olympics and the Dogesled campaign began to wind down, the community looked for another charitable outreach and managed to fund a DOGE4KIDS campaign - raising another $30,000! - in a mere 3 days to help children with disabilities have access to service dogs.
Then a month later, the community came together once again to tackle DOGE4WATER - a charity drive to help build two water wells in a drought-stricken part of Kenya. This campaign received quite a famous finish with what is known as the most money ever donated in a single tweet, as savethemhood donated $11,000 worth of Dogecoin on Twitter. SaveThemHood went on to donate millions of Dogecoins to try and help the homeless and inspire charitable acts before disappearing without a trace.
After that time the community began to hit a bit of a lull and, admittedly, a certain amount of 'charity-itis' had begun to creep in around the edges. We had gotten known for our good works, but in doing so, it seemed like there were no shortages of new cries for help, and in some cases even outright demands for our support.
There was a real hunger to get back to doing fun, silly things as a community; Something oddball and unexpected that inspired action like our first Dogesled campaign. But... what?
16-year-old unicorn_butt_sex had an idea.
An idea that evolved into DOGE4NASCAR.
There was some resistance at first, the idea that we might raise money for something that wasn't a charity. But as the idea gained traction... wow, did it take off.
8 Days. In 8 days, thanks to an "accidental" donation of 20 Million Dogecoins by Moolah_ (more on him later) and a matched donation by Dogefreedom, the community had come together to raise $55,000 in Dogecoin to sponsor driver Josh Wise and what would become known as The DogeCar for his run at Talledega.
And just like that, the community exploded with activity once again. There was a contest to decide what this new Dogecar would look like and the winning design (Hi-res Renders here) was created by WidowmakerXLS - who also designed Josh's firesuit and helmet.
The Dogecar also made the news at NASCAR.com and USAToday
There are A. Lot. Of. Videos about the Dogecar, but this 15 minute video by Adam Cornelius is a rare glimpse from behind the scenes on race day including some rather choice interviews with Josh Wise and even the former Moolah crew.
After the success of Doge4Nascar we found ourselves incredibly impressed by Josh Wise who had been so humble and yet so enthusiastic about taking part in this experience with us. So we took it upon ourselves to try and get him to win the Sprint Fan Vote.
We, uh, got a bit excited about that.
It took an incredible amount of effort by pretty much everyone in the sub, including some epic 24-hour long voting sessions, that got him into the Top 10 and, eventually, into the Top spot itself over expected shoe-in Danica Patrick. Here's a video of his intro after winning the Sprint Fan Vote.
We also managed to get some really cool shirts and hoodies - heck, we even got a limited edition DOGECar diecast out of the deal (༼ つ ◕_◕ ༽つ GIVE DOGECAR).
If it sounds like I just condensed about a solid year or so of positive activity down to about a page or so... well, that's because I did. Sadly, the Dogecoin community was not without its own dark side. Like many communities, we've had our own fair share of drama and politics but perhaps the defining moment, the one that changed the Dogecoin community the most -- and, no not the time that we burned 1.85 Billion or so Dogecoin -- was the uncovering of the Moolah scandal.
Moolah.io and its owner, Alex Green, named moolah_ here, had been an early fixture of the Dogecoin community. In fact, they had been an active supporter and developer, not only helping to develop things like simple store fronts for Merchants but had also been a huge part in financing many of our earliest endeavors. Moolah had earned itself quite a bit of respect within the community, so when they began talking about Dogecoin-only ATMs and offering opportunities for investors, quite a lot of people got involved. Moolah's most famous endeavor was their PIE program, encouraging people to invest now for promised returns later.
Unfortunately, as the months went on and Moolah's products, and promises -- and money -- continued to evaporate, people began to get angry. They started demanding answers to specific questions... and that's when things really got bad. Alex had built up a certain amount of sway within the community and began to actively play us off of one another, eventually things got toxic to the point where our divided community chased off Ben Doernberg - NeutralityMentality - an original /dogecoin member and one of the first people (along with MysticFear) to stand up and call Moolah_ out. The way in which Ben was treated, along with the deep division within the community, inspired our own Co-Founder ummjackson to leave Dogecoin entirely. Yes, there's a ton of stuff that I'm skipping over here, but it all exists for you to delve into if you care to look into it. (seriously, there's a book in here somewhere).
In the end, operating from the shadows with a team of supportive Shibes, ummjackson returned with proof that Alex Green of Moolah, was in fact, a well-known internet scammer by the name of Ryan Kennedy/Ryan Gentle.
From there, despite several defiant overtures, it didn't take long for Moolah to fall apart and for Alex/Ryan to go into hiding with several million dollars worth of cryptocurrency.
Okay, so I thought I'd be able to wrap this up today, but it seems that despite my best efforts, this is going to take it right to the hilt.
Obviously there's huge points being skipped over but I tried to get the biggest ones. Hopefully it all works and makes sense.
It's 8:50AM EST and our Global Hashrate is holding at ~1500 Gigahashes per second while our Difficulty is holding at ~17705.
As always, I appreciate your support!
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