The FXStreet online publication said that some XRP users have been reporting that XRP is available on crypto ATMs in New Jersey. It seems that these ATMs are supporting XRP transactions.
There’s even a video which popped up online in which a user buys XRP coins with their debit card and sends them to TrustWallet.
Ethereumexchangeguide also confirms this and posted the following: “There is video footage of a Ripple user purchasing XRP with a BelcoBTM cryptocurrency ATM, in New Jersey. XRP was transferred to a Trust wallet by the user.”
The firm tweeted: “Fees are a little high but still #XRP in an ATM is a gamechanger, glad to be from the first users of this service. #xrpcommunity #xrparmy #xrpthestandard #xrpthebase”
According to the XRP community, if this is true, it will turn out to be a massive game changer.
The XRP army of fans has already said that they hope this option will become available to crypto ATMs in the whole country.
ATMs make things much easier and faster in terms of conducting crypto transactions even if the fees may be a bit higher.
Such a move is definitely one step closer for XRP towards mass adoption.
XRP rushing towards mass adoption
Ripple-backed XRPL Labs brings more good news as it launches a new payment app that will give store owners the easiest way of accepting XRP.
The app XRPayments is now available on iOS and Android via the App Store and Google Play Store.
The app can turn any compatible device into a PoS system, and this will allow retailers to accept XRP instantly.
This comes right after XRP has been implemented into WooCommerce which is a platform that powers about 3.3 million online websites.
More than that, XRP has also been integrated into Gmail and Microsoft Outlook for small payments. Skype could be next.