PRESS RELEASE. Bitcoin of America is a popular virtual currency exchange registered as a money services company with the US Treasury Department (FinCEN) (RegNum). Aside from ensuring a quick and hassle-free transaction, they are known for their customer support. Bitcoin of America recently announced its latest addition to its Bitcoin ATMs (BTMs). Ethereum can now be bought and sold at Bitcoin of America’s ATMs.
Bitcoin of America recognized the growing popularity of the Ethereum cryptocurrency and decided it was time to add it to their BTMs. To date, Bitcoin of America has over 1300 BTMs in 31 states. Bitcoin of America also offers Bitcoin and Litecoin options online and in their BTM locations. To find a BTM you can visit their website and enter your address to find one near you.
Bitcoin of America made several updates to its machines and services this year. In May, Bitcoin of America announced its new Universal Kiosk. This new universal kiosk combines the capabilities of a traditional ATM with a Bitcoin ATM and offers 3 main functions. The first is the traditional ATM function, where customers can withdraw cash from a debit card. The second function is able to Buy cryptocurrency with money. The last one is that customers can sell crypto for cash.
Bitcoin of America also offers a host program for shopkeepers interested in cryptocurrencies or who just want some extra income. Bitcoin of America takes care of their host locations by providing them with passive income, increased foot traffic, and marketing. They even take care of customer support and all maintenance / installation services.
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