Recently, the world’s first Bitcoin ATM in Canada was launched. Now Sweden will also have the opportunity to exchange kronor for the digital currency Bitcoin.
It is 19-year-old Ludvig Öberg who owns the new machine.
“Fun stuff, but I also think it’s pretty hard to get Bitcoins right now, and just a Bitcoin vending machine can help if you can easily buy Bitcoins with cash,” says Louis. Öberg to Sweden’s radio.
Ludvig Öberg’s interest in Bitcoin was aroused at the age of 17, and it was a while since he made the decision to buy Sweden’s perhaps even Europe’s first Bitcoin ATM, which will be in Stockholm.
The manufacturer Lamassu has exported its 14 first machines and is working on shipping another 30 pieces, according to SR. By the end of the year there will be 40 machines globally.
In exchange for cash, electronic Bitcoins are listed on their mobile phone.
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