TurnKey Kiosks LLC announces that it has been selected by Robocoin to manufacture the world’s leading Bitcoin ATM Kiosks. The biometrically enabled kiosks let customers instantly buy, sell or transfer Bitcoins. What started with the world’s first Bitcoin ATM in Vancouver, Canada, Robocoins have now been deployed to 19 countries with 12 unique currencies and growing. From Coffee… Read More »
Amsterdam-based Coinzone, partners up with payment processing company Zebrapay, to introduce Bitcoin transactions to 1,000 self-service terminals. Source: cointelegraph.com
TAGS: bitcoin ATM, vending, two-way bitcoin ATM, Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center, Mission Market Express, digital currency, ZenBox ANAHEIM, CA — A two-way bitcoin ATM has been placed the new Anaheim Regional Transportation I Source: www.vendingtimes.com Mission Market Express was the first convenience store in California to accept bitcoin, according to ZenBox, and it is now introducing the… Read More »
Portuguese manufacturer Bitcoin Já launched its first bitcoin ATM at an event in Lisbon this weekend. Source: www.coindesk.com
Learn more about ARCA here: www.arca.com Since 1998, ARCA has been helping people find better ways to automate financial transactions in bank branches, … Source: www.youtube.com ARCA is definitely one of the leaders in financial technology. The Alliance with HP only increases their spread. Another smart move by a smart company. ARCA Focus Banking – financial institutions.… Read More »
Press release issued by ARCA today. The addition of the cash recycler is big news plus the new Android support. At some point ARCA will abstract these devices into network appliances, and cash is still 50% and holding steady (and growing some). ARCA’S ENVOY™ PLATFORM NOW FULLY INTEGRATED WITH CRANE PAYMENT INNOVATION’S (CPI) MEI SCR AND SC ADVANCE… Read More »
The new global Bitcoin consumer ATM Mecca has shifted to Eastern Europe near the hotly-contested military crossroads of the Ukraine.
Bitcoin provider Coinapult and Punto Pago, a kiosk operator, which will see 300 kiosks selling bitcoin to Colombians.
I am not sure what exact clientele these machines are serving in Colombia. The main bills are mobile, telephone and broadband. Spend your pesos to get bitcoin to pay your bills