CoinSource, the secure BTM network with instant transactions, today unveiled its first Bitcoin ATM machine in New York City at the Staten Island Ferry’s Whitehall Terminal.
CoinSource Managing Partner Sheffield Clark said, “CoinSource is proud to open its third BTM to the public at the Staten Island Ferry Terminal in downtown Manhattan. Over 22 million people per year travel between boroughs through the Staten Island Ferry, and for many, the high tech, easy-to-use CoinSource BTM will be their first tangible exposure to digital currency.”
Clark added, “CoinSource recently submitted its application for BitLicense — one of only 22 companies to do so — and we are permitted to fully operate in New York State. Bitcoin ATM users can have total confidence in using CoinSource machines, which allow for convenient, instantaneous transfers and adhere to cutting-edge security standards. We greatly look forward to serving the residents and businesses of New York for years and years to come.”
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