DTC’s first Bitcoin teller on display at Innovation Pavilion in Centennial

Friday March 30, 2018 0 comments Tags: Centennial, Innovation Pavilion, Modern Tender, Vic Ahmed, Bitcoin, Eric Weissmann

CENTENNIAL -- Modern Tender, an innovative Denver-based startup offering Bitcoin teller services, has chosen Innovation Pavilion (IP)’s Centennial campus as a host to one of its pioneering Bitcoin Teller machines.modern-tender-logo

By placing the teller at IP, Modern Tender has provided entrepreneurs of the Denver South region with access to the currency of the future, according to Innovation Pavilion.

Installed last week in IP’s lobby area, the machine is the first of its kind in the Denver Tech Center area. While leaders and innovators already in the IP ecosystem will have access to the machine 24/7, the public is invited to use the machine during standard lobby hours: 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on weekdays.

“We know that the Pavilion is an incredible community of entrepreneurs, all working on the leading edge of technology,” said Eric Weissmann, Modern Tender founder.

“Here at Modern Tender, we’re on the leading edge of cryptocurrency services so the fit is great and we’re all excited to see how this partnership will develop.”

“Our entrepreneurial ecosystem already incorporates any number of blockchain companies and crypto services,” said Vic Ahmed, Innovation Pavilion founder and CEO.

“Modern Tender will synergize nicely with some of our existing partners, and more broadly, it’s great to see the next generation of exchange services reach our corner of Colorado.”