Lamassu is busy at work on their vending machines, which have been a hit amongst operator start-ups around the world. In late December, the company announced the sale of their 100th machine, which allows users to pay for bitcoin with fiat in as little as thirty seconds.
The company is now projecting they’ll deliver their 200th machine by May of this year, with at least one device on six of the seven continents (we’re waiting for the day one turns up in Antartica). In November of last year, the company had devices in the hands of only 14 operators.
In addition, Lamassu announced a new lead time of just eight weeks, making the time-frame from order-to-ship about two months. Not surprisingly, the manufacturing team in Portugal is busy as ever.
New pedestal to compliment the vending machine
Lamassu has also unveiled a brand-new stand for their devices (pictured above), which compliments their device quite nicely. The stand is built from the same material as the vending machines and features a sleek, attractive finish.
Manufacturing of the stand begins in April. Pricing for 1-4 stands is $1,600 per unit. For 5-6 stands, $1,450/per. And $1,300/per for 10-99 stands.
At the present time, most operators just keep their Lamassu machines on an ordinary table. The new stand will certainly improve the device’s appearance.