The Robocoin bitcoin ATM invasion is seemingly far from over. The Las Vegas-based company has grand plans to bring their kiosks to countries all around the world, and Czech Republic is the next on the list.
A Robocoin kiosk is slated to come to Prague — the country’s capital — in April, reportedly in the Smíchov area of town.
In addition to the kiosk will come two others, to be installed at later dates. A company by the name of Marlyle is responsible for the deployment, hoping the coming of the ATMs bring bitcoin closer to those who are interested:
“We believe that this versatile and customer oriented service makes trading with virtual currency available to people who are thinking about it today, but haven’t taken active steps yet because of the fear of technical difficulties or concerns about the safety of their investments,” said Martin Stransky of Marlyle.
The ATM will be among the first in Europe, following the install of several Robocoin ATMs in London. (via Bitcoin Examiner)