The world of Bitcoin is coming to the Consumer Electronics Show 2015, sponsored by a partnership between BitPay, Circle, Kraken, Bitmain, Blockchain, Bitstamp, Private Internet Access, Robocoin, and yBitcoin.
Robocoin has announced its ATM machines operators will start gathering information from its users to comply with know-your-customer regulations.
BitOcean presented the second generation of its ATMs for selling and buying bitcoins.
Seattle-based startup CoinMe has created an interesting infographic, explaining what Bitcoin is all about and how to use the new CoinMe’s Kiosk.
Bitcoin ATM company Robocoin has announced that this summer it will introduce online banking and convert their ATMs into ‘Robocoin bank branches integrated with Robocoin Online Banking.’
It’s getting much easier for consumers to buy and spend bitcoins. Additionally enterpreneures are offering new technology for customers to store and buy bitcoin, send money to your friends or do online shopping.