Coinme launches 300 Bitcoin ATMs in Florida

Coinme expanded its business in Florida by installing more than 300 Bitcoin-enabled Coinstar kiosks. Coinme currently operates more than 6,000 Bitcoin ATMs in the United States. American Bitcoin operator Coinme announced that it is expanding its business to Florida. To this end, the company has launched more than 300 Bitcoin-enabled Coinstar kiosks. These ATMs are located in many cities in the state, including Orlando, Miami, Tampa, and Jacksonville. ATMs were strategically located in large supermarkets such as Winn Dixie, Harveys, and Fresco y Mas. By doing this, Coinme aims to make Bitcoin available as a form of payment in markets across the country. A milestone for the company, Coinme said in a press release dated April 7, 2021 that its team is committed to working with regulators to launch Bitcoin-enabled Coinstar kiosks in Florida. The company added that it has acquired a license to provide a platform for Florida residents to easily trade with Bitcoin. According to Coinme CEO and co-founder Neil Bergquist, the partnership with Coinstar will increase the company's expansion into new areas. This partnership will also help them meet the growing demand for the use of digital currencies. The announcement cited a study by Coinstar that found that 23% of Bitcoin purchasers did this on a Bitcoin ATM. The increasing demand for Bitcoin has also brought together many new investors looking for a safe way to buy this cryptocurrency. With Coinstar Bitcoin Ready Kiosks, Florida residents now found a simple and secure way to buy Bitcoin. Coinme's expansion comes at an ideal time when retail demand for Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies is increasing. After Bitcoin's uptrend in the first quarter of 2021, the price is close to $ 60,000. However, Coinme should launch the following campaigns: Read more

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