Coinstar Kiosks & Bitcoin Kiosk News “Coinstar, in partnership with Coinme, has launched a pilot that allows its customers to use cash to purchase bitcoin,” Walmart communications director Molly Blakeman said. “There are 200 Coinstar kiosks located inside Walmart stores across the United States that are part of this pilot.” Walmart shoppers who buy bitcoin at the Coinstar kiosks will be… Read More »
Spearheaded by Bitcoin ATM operators DigitalMint and Coinsource, the CCC looks to enhance cryptocurrency regulations while establishing consumer-centric frameworks for strengthened public protections and safety. From PRNewswire August 2021 CHICAGO, Aug. 25, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Leaders across the cash-to-crypto industry, including Bitcoin ATM (BTM) operators DigitalMint and Coinsource, blockchain analysis platform Chainalysis, and others, today announce the formation of the Cryptocurrency… Read More »
Costas, Inc. (OTC:CSSI) wholly owned subsidiary, AuthentaCash, a division of AuthentaTrade Ltd. is now operational selling Cryptocoin Automated Teller Machines, referred to as Crypto Kiosks.
According to Statistica there were 1,885 Bitcoin ATMs as of December 2017 globally. Cross-referencing with Coinradar.com, specific operating Crypto ATM’s as of 2017-12-29, were: 2005 (100%) Bitcoin (#BTC) ATMs, 699 (34.8%) ATMs w/ altcoins (#ALT) support, 662 (33%) Litecoin (#LTC) ATMs, 288 (14.3%), Ethereum(#ETH) ATMs, 156 (7.8%) Dash (#DASH) ATMs, 107 (5.3%) Bitcoin Cash (#BCH) ATMs, 10 (0.5%) Zcash (#ZEC) ATMs, 4 (0.2%) Dogecoin (DOGE) ATMs, 1 (0.1%) Monero (#XMR) ATMs, Totaling 3,933. We believe the market is highly underserved. Currently there are no known Ripple Coins (#XRM) to Costas.