Coinme's new partner has so far implemented the service in Safeway and Albertsons supermarkets in California, Washington, and Texas. The kiosks will enable the customers to purchase up to $2,500 worth of bitcoin, and only cash is accepted. At the end of the transaction, the system will provide them with a code which can be used on Coinme’s website to acquire the newly purchased bitcoin.
Despite what many are calling ‘the crypto winter,’ Coinme’s CEO and co-founder Neil Bergquist claims the startup’s ATM service is thriving. “Our customers are leveraging bitcoin as a medium of exchange for remittances, a diversified store of value for their portfolio, or simply as a gift for that ‘crypto-curious’ family member,” he said.
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