Open-source bitcoin ATM manufacturer Skyhook has announced that it has shipped 150 units since its May launch, and that 70 units have been sent to customers since the beginning of June alone.
In an announcement on its official blog, the Skyhook team said that demand has been steadily rising for its open-source ATMs. The company now aims to complete 1,000 sales before 2015.
Skyhook also hopes to continue its mission of providing small-scale bitcoin entrepreneurs with the means to establish ATMs and create grassroots-level exchange locations.
The company wrote:
The company said that customer feedback has been constructive and often positive, saying that problems among its clients are few. It added that "we’ve gotten a lot of great testimonials and very creative use stories".
In May, Skyhook COO Kyle Drake told CoinDesk that one of the company’s top priorities is to make it simpler for people to buy digital currencies.
For more on Skyhook and its initial launch, read our full report.
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