But they’re ready to expand their horizons. The company said on Tuesday they have plans to bring their kiosk to the United States, with machines expected to hit Austin, Texas and Seattle, Washington sometime later this month — making them among the first in the nation.
It is unclear where the kiosks will be installed, exactly, but they’re sure to make a splash when they do arrive.
The aforementioned Robocoin ATM installed in Vancouver last year did approximately $100,000 CAD in transactions in the first 8 days of operation, and a whopping $1 million CAD in its first month of being used.
Robocoin ATMs accept traditional fiat currency in exchange for bitcoin, which is sent to a bitcoin wallet specified by the user. Users can also convert their bitcoin to fiat rather easily. Daily limits top off at $1,000.
The machine is equipped with an identification reader to prevent fraud. More information on this as it becomes available. [via Reuters]