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- Monday, July 25th, 2022 at 03:38 #344483HardBlock_JustinParticipant
I recently set up SatsSpend ([https://satsspend.com](https://satsspend.com)), which is the Australian bitcoin business list. It includes a searchable text table and an interactive map of all businesses in Australia which accept bitcoin, as well as some helpful resources at the bottom of the page for both spenders and receivers of bitcoin.
Since setting it up, there’s been a couple of other locations (Netherlands and Nashville) who have been keen to fork the website template (or just the interactive map part) to develop a business list for their own area.
If you’ve considered doing something like this, then hopefully having a template and working code to do so will be the motivation you need to get going! Feel free to contact me here (or using the contact details on the website) if you’d like any help getting your local business list set up.
**Credit and disclaimers:** SatsSpend is a community project, consisting of just a couple of people so far (the Github page is linked from the website). The domain and hosting is paid for by [HardBlock](https://hardblock.com.au) (which is Australia’s oldest bitcoin-only exchange).
Feedback or pull requests for the SatsSpend page are welcome – although keep in mind I’ve only just started learning to code, so my skills are very limited!Monday, July 25th, 2022 at 04:09 #344484meatismoydelicious
This is excellent and the fact that Nashville has already jumped in makes me damn proud. Keep up the good work.
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