Who’s on a roll? Las Vegas-based Robocoin, apparently. The bitcoin ATM manufacturer today announced plans to bring their kiosks overseas to to Israel, Ireland, Singapore, Czech Republic, Japan, Australia, the United Kingdom, Italy, and here in the United States to Boston and Seattle.
The rate of growth the company is experiencing is nothing short of impressive, but not surprising, given how in-demand these sort of machines can be.
“Robocoins are injecting bitcoin liquidity into finance, technology and culture hubs around the world to help unleash bitcoin’s disruptive potential,” company CEO Jordan Kelley said. “Protecting consumers and preventing money laundering are in Robocoin’s DNA–they fuel our growth and, moreover, bolster bitcoin security, adoption and compliance.”
On Monday (March 10th), the company shipped three units headed for Ireland, Israel, and Singapore. Shipments to Japan and the Czech Republic will take place on Wednesday (March 12th), and on Friday (March 14th), two units will head for Australia, and another two will head for the United Kingdom and Italy, respectively.
Next week (Monday, March 17th, to be precise), the company says they’ll be shipping to Boston and Seattle.
Quite the global footprint, don’t you think?
If you’re interested in following delivery progress, the company says they’ll be updating their official Twitter account accordingly.