Largest Shopping Mall Operator in the US Goes All in on Bitcoin ATMs for Holiday Shoppers

26 November 2019, Tuesday, 15:20 - dailyhodl.com
Largest Shopping Mall Operator in the US Goes All in on Bitcoin ATMs for Holiday Shoppers

The largest shopping mall operator in the US has partnered with Bitstop to deliver a fleet of new Bitcoin ATMS to several destinations.

Simon Malls, a subsidiary of Simon Property Group, the largest shopping mall operator and retail real estate investment trust in the US, will roll out the new Bitcoin ATMs in time for Black Friday and Super Saturday.

Bitcoin ATMs allow customers to easily and securely buy and sell Bitcoin for small amounts of cash. In addition to service and functionality, the launch is designed to give Bitcoin mainstream visibility and high-profile exposure during the biggest shopping days of the year.

Says Andrew Barnard, Bitstop co-founder and CEO,

“With the strategic timing of this new installation of Bitcoin ATMs at Simon Mall locations, customers can conveniently buy Bitcoin while doing their Black Friday and Christmas holiday shopping. Bitcoin is the perfect gift for family and friends this holiday season. Our Bitstop Bitcoin ATM mall locations are at the forefront of a trend as Bitcoin and digital currencies become part of the mainstream culture.”

Bitstop is licensed and regulated. To power the adoption of Bitcoin as a payment method at local shops and to make its integration seamless for new crypto users, the company is offering customer service, including 24/7 email support, as well as live phone support.

Adds Barnard,

“This is another series of marquee locations after our recent Bitstop Bitcoin installation at the Miami International Airport back in October. We want to make sure our customers always have convenient access to our Bitcoin ATMs.

There are now over 130 convenient Bitstop Bitcoin ATM locations across the country, with many more growing every month. We intend to expand our Bitstop network to include 500+ locations by the end of 2020.”



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