Tuesday, May 30, 2017
Coinapult Enables 300 Bitcoin Kiosks in Colombia

Coinapult Enables 300 Bitcoin Kiosks in Colombia

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Bitcoin wallet and services provider Coinapult has suggested an formation with Punto Pago, a kiosk operator, that will see 300 kiosks now sell bitcoin to Colombians opposite a country.

Panamanian startup Coinapult, co-founded by Erik Vorhees in 2012 and headquartered in Panama City has announced a new growth that will see bitcoin shopping done easier in Colombia.

A partnership with Punto Pago, a kiosk user that enables bland Colombians to compensate for mobile, telephony and broadband bills and more, will meant that bitcoin can now be bought during 300 kiosk locations opposite a country.

Punto Pago terminal

A Pungo Pago kiosk

The programmed machines are identical to an over-the-counter complement wherein users can compensate with Colombian fiat pesos. Users will also be asked to enter their email address, that is where they will see their purchased BTC delivered. The prices for a cryptocurrency will be displayed in Pesos, with a paper receipt handed to a user on execution of a transaction, most like a bitcoin ATM.

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