Australians can now pay for Bitcoin at the post office
Australians can now pay for Bitcoin (BTC) at national post offices, thanks to a new partnership.
According to a June 24 announcement, customers of the national crypto currency exchange Bitcoin.com.au will be able to pay for Bitcoin at more than 3,500 Australian post offices.
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The company’s CEO, Holger Arians, explained that he believes the new payment option will make some people more comfortable with buying cryptomoney:
„For many people, paying for Bitcoin at an Australian post office feels safer than transferring funds online, especially for first-time buyers. We are proud of this partnership and would like to thank the Australian Post Office for its continued openness to new technologies.
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Bitcoin.com.au customers could already pay for Bitcoin at 1,500 points of sale in the Blueshyft payment network. Founded by Kain Warwick of Synthetix, Blueshyft also offers services to numerous other exchanges.
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An increasing number of physical locations now offer the opportunity to acquire cryptomonies. Bitcoin ATMs have recently passed the milestone of 8,000 units installed worldwide.
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Cointelegraph reported that it is now possible to buy Bitcoin for cash at more than 20,000 points of sale in the United States, including 7-Eleven, CVS and Rite Aid.
In September of last year, all 7-Eleven stores in the Philippines also began selling crypt coins. In early 2019, several French tobacco shops did the same.