Georgia will see more Bitcoin ATMs soon thanks to the big American company which operates and owns Bitcoin automated teller machines. According to the company’s press release, it wants to install 20 new Bitcoin ATMs in the United States, more precisely, in the state of Georgia. Eighteen of this new batch will soon be working in Atlanta, and two more — in the college town of Athens nearby. The recent rise of Bitcoin price and the demand increase led to the decision to install more kiosks, with Georgia chosen as a state which did not have much of them before.
Coinsource is a relatively big Bitcoin ATM operator: California, Oklahoma, Nevada, Texas, Louisiana, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Arizona and Georgia are the states where this company already placed the kiosks which allow buying and sometimes selling bitcoins. But the BATM market of the United States is overall well-developed, as seen from CoinATMRadar, even though it’s not like the authorities of this country never talked about the dangerousness of cryptocurrency.