The Bitcoin ATM has been purportedly installed in concourse G next to gate 16 and enables clients to purchase Bitcoin for cash.
The firm asserts that the area is strategic for the machine, given that Miami’s airport is the third-busiest in the United States in worldwide passenger traffic. Miami International Airport is additionally “the largest gateway between the U.S. and Latin America and is one of the biggest airline hubs in the United States,” the statement underscores.
Doug Carrillo, co-founder and chief strategy officer of Bitstop, clarifies that Bitcoin is demonstrating to be useful to explorers. He stated:
“More and more people prefer to travel with Bitcoin instead of cash for convenience and security. Miami International Airport is a perfect place for our customers to conveniently exchange their dollars for Bitcoin and vice versa when traveling domestically or abroad.”
In conclusion, Bitstop underscores this is its 130th machine in the U.S., and the goal is to reach 500 Bitcoin ATMs installed globally before 2020 ends.
As previously reported in June, the total number of Bitcoin ATMs globally arrived at 5,000 for the first time. At the time of writing, there are 5,756 such machines around the world.