Bitstop, Miami based crypto firm, has announced that it has installed a bitcoin ATM at Miami International Airport. Miami International Airport welcomes first bitcoin ATM.
Bitcoin users can now buy or sell Bitcoin for cash on their trips. The Bitstop Bitcoin ATM is in concourse G next to Gate 16.
Doug Carrillo, Bitstop co-founder and chief strategy officer, said:
“More and more people prefer to travel with bitcoin instead of cash for convenience and security.”
Bitcoin ATMs are among the best ways of buying or selling Bitcoin for small amounts for cash.
Over the past two months, the MIA location marked the 40th Bitcoin ATM installation and brought the total number of Bitcoin ATMs to 130 machines across the country.
“Miami International Airport is a perfect place for our customers to conveniently exchange their dollars for Bitcoin and vice versa when travelling domestically or abroad,” Carrillo said.
Miami International Airport is, in terms of international passenger traffic, the second busiest airport in the United States.
As enthusiasm has increased for Bitcoin ATMs, it has placed Bitstop on track to reach 500 Bitcoin ATMs installed worldwide, by the end of next year.