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Bitcoin ATM future will be everywhere? Coinsource installed 20 new Bitcoin ATM machines in Georgia, the United States

In early December 2017, Coinsource placed 20 new Bitcoin ATMs (BTMs) in Georgia, the United States. The 20 Bitcoin ATMs have 18 in Atlanta and two have been placed around the University City in Athens.

According to Coinsource's CEO Schofield Clarke, their goal is to make every resident in Georgia better exposed to Bitcoin's big brother Bitcoin and to participate in this soaring economy.

"This is a great opportunity not only for Coinsource but also for cities like Atlanta and Athens, Atlanta, the most sophisticated Bitcoin ATM market in the United States, so that more and more people in the city can recognize this technology The service is exciting and our goal is to give everyone an equal opportunity to get access to bitcoin and to participate in this hot economy at its peak in demand. Competitiveness must ensure that our transaction costs are more than half that of other carriers and that the customer's first transaction on any new ATM machine is free of charge. "
Currently the United States, especially the banking industry in Georgia.

Based on a survey conducted by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, 7% (9 million) of all households in the United States have no bank accounts and 19.9% ​​of households (24.5 million) have not been able to receive adequate financial services.

Atlanta is the top 10 cities in the United States with no bank accounts. More than one in 10 families did not have an account with traditional banks and about 30% of residents did not have adequate financial services.
According to Clarke, those residents who do not have bank accounts and do not have adequate financial services need various other means such as pawn shops, cash-exchange shops and short-term cash loans to secure cash and credit.