We are getting closer to the mainstream adoption of crypto, just like experts have predicted for this year.
Another recent move will make it possible to use BTC, and the availability and real-world use cases for crypto are essential ingredients in this quest for mass adoption of digital assets.
BTC kiosks in new locations
The Daily Hodl reported that the largest Bitcoin kiosk network in the world is now adding new locations in major metro markets which include Austin, Boston, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, San Diego, Seattle and the District of Columbia.
This move is reportedly a part of a massive expansion by Coinme blockchain fintech company that allows people to purchase Bitcoin.
In collaboration with coin-counting kiosk leader Coinstar, the crypto network currently includes 23 states in the US.
The online publication mentioned above reported that the companies teamed up back in January to launch BTC kiosks in supermarkets.
Coinstar CEO said that “The response to being able to purchase Bitcoin at Coinstar kiosks has been extremely positive with overwhelming demand by both consumers and new retailer partners.”
How to make a BTC purchase via a kiosk
Here’s what you need to know about making a BTC purchase. First of all, you have to find a kiosk and touch Buy Bitcoin review.
After that, you have to accept the transaction terms and enter a valid phone number. Insert the amount of US dollar into the cash acceptor. It’s important to note that you can insert a maximum of $2,500.
The kiosk will issue a voucher with a BTC redemption code.
The transaction can be considered complete once you visit coinme.com/redeem and sign into an existing account or create a new account to claim the BTC.
The BTC will be deposited into your Coinme wallet in 10 to 30 minutes and there will be a 4% service fee.