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Coinme Enters Its 49th State, Installing Bitcoin ATMs in Vermont Grocery Stores
A Coinme kiosk is now available within five miles of 90% of the American population.
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MoneyGram Takes 4% Stake in Coinme, Building on Existing Partnership
MoneyGram’s strategic investment will help the crypto cash exchange company to expand globally and in other areas.
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Ripple to Launch Liquidity Service for Six Cryptocurrencies
The “Liquidity Hub” will give customers access to BTC, ETH, LTC, ETC, BCH and XRP from a range of exchanges and OTC desks.
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November Is Crypto Literacy Month
Few people in the world possess even basic knowledge of cryptocurrency. Crypto Literacy Month aims to change that.
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Coinme Launches 300 Bitcoin-Enabled Kiosks in Florida After Securing Financial License
Users can now purchase bitcoin using cash at select Winn Dixie, Fresco y Mas, Harveys and other grocery outlets throughout the state.
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Coinstar Expands Its Coinme Bitcoin Kiosk Fleet to 5,000
Coinme-powered bitcoin kiosks have sold 650% more bitcoins this year than in 2019.
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Coinstar Plans Massive Expansion of Coinme Bitcoin ATMs as Usage Spikes 40%
Coinstar, the coin counting kiosk maker hosting 3,500 Coinme bitcoin ATMs, is considering doubling that count after a surge in usage amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Coinstar Expands Bitcoin Buying Service to Cover 21 US States
Kiosk network Coinstar has expanded its bitcoin-buying service, adding around 100 new outlets and growing U.S. coverage to 21 states.
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2,000 More US Grocery Stores Enable Bitcoin Buying at Coinstar Machines
You can now convert coins to bitcoin at more than 2,000 Coinstar kiosks in 19 different states.
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You Can Now Buy Bitcoin at Some Grocery Stores in the US
Supermarket kiosk chain Coinstar will allow consumers to buy up to $2,500 in bitcoin at select grocery stores.
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