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BitBase opens applications to install 100 cryptocurrency ATMs by 2022 – do you want to have one in your business? | Crypto Plaza

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BitBase, the Spanish startupola, the leading Spanish cryptocurrency startuphas set itself a new challenge: to install 100 cryptocurrency ATMs in the 3 months to the end of 2022, doubling the number of ATMs in Spain.

To this end, they have just opened a procedure to receive applications and anyone interested in having one of these bitcoin ATMs in their business can write to them at franquicias@bitbase.es.

The 100 ATMs are of the “corner franchise” model, so anyone who wants to expand their business by offering the ability to buy cryptocurrencies, and has the space to set it up, has the option to contact BitBase for more information and make the official application.

How do BitBase’s cryptocurrency ATMs work?

In BitBase cryptocurrency ATM. (which is the first company authorized to install its machines in Spanish airports) you can buy Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, Ripple, Dash, Litecoin, Cardano, Dogecoin, Tether and its BTBS token for cash in just 3 simple steps:

  1. Choose the cryptocurrency and the amount you want to purchase.
  2. Scan the wallet In the ATM reader.
  3. Insert the banknotes and you are done.

The company with the largest number of cryptocurrency ATMs in Spain and the third largest in Europe.

Currently, BitBase has 93 cryptocurrency ATMs in operation. in Spain, although they are also present in Portugal and Paraguay. It is the company with the largest number of digital currency ATMs in Spain, far ahead of the second largest. In fact, BitBase accounts for 43.3 percent of the total number of cryptocurrency ATMs in the country.

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This figure places the company third in Europe for the number of cryptocurrency ATMs. In this case, it ranks third with 6.4 percent of ATMs in the entire Old Continent.

It also has 30 physical cryptocurrency stores, 28 in Spain, one in Lisbon (Portugal) and another in Asunción (Paraguay). It was the first company in Spain to open physical establishments for buying and selling cryptocurrencies and, for months, has been preparing its next landing in Venezuela.

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