Coinstar Locations – Coinstar Kiosk

By | December 29, 2021
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Coinstar Locations & Coinstar Kiosk

Oct 2021 — Keeping track of the deployments and footprint for Coinstar is challenging. From the Coinstar website in December 2021 — Coinstar® is the global leader in self-service coin counting with 23,000 kiosks in North America, Europe, and Japan. More than 800 billion coins have been processed since Coinstar’s inception in the early 1990s. In the United States, consumers can convert their change to cash, a no-fee eGift card, or donate to charity at supermarkets, mass merchant, drug stores, and financial institution kiosk locations. Expanded cash services at Coinstar kiosks include purchasing cryptocurrencies and adding money into digital accounts. For brand advertisers, Coinstar now offers adPlanet™, which enables lead generation on the interactive kiosk screen and a flexible digital advertising platform that sits atop Coinstar kiosks at select grocery locations. For more information on Coinstar or kiosk locations, visit www.coinstar.com.

To find a kiosk Coinstar has its Find A Coinstar Kiosk on its main website

The recent news for Coinstar is the addition of crypto-currency

Crypto onboarding service Coinme has announced the introduction of six new digital assets available for purchase via cash deposits at kiosk stations located across the U.S following a partnership deal with Coinstar.

Alongside Bitcoin, users will also be granted access to ChainlinkDogecoinEthereumLitecoin, Stellar, and Polygon at a purportedly instant transaction rate.

CEO and co-founder of Coinme Neil Bergquist said that the crypto service has allowed the firm to “scale to 10,000 additional physical locations, providing instant cash onramps to crypto, which can be purchased and securely stored in the Coinme wallet or sent to nearly any wallet globally.”

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Author: Staff Writer

Craig Keefner is the editor and author for Kiosk Association and kiosk industry. With over 30 years in the industry and experience in large and small kiosk solutions, Craig is widely considered to be an expert in the field. Major kiosk projects for him include Verizon Bill Pay kiosk and hundreds of others.