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Australians can buy bitcoin at the post office Blocksats

Australians can now deposit money on the local cryptocurrency exchange through a post office.

Payments to the cryptocurrency exchange via mail

Australians, thanks to the new cooperation, can now pay for Bitcoin (BTC) in all post offices in the country.

As announced on June 24, customers of the local cryptocurrency exchange – Bitcoin.com.au will be able to make a cash deposit at more than 3,500 Australian post offices.

CEO of Holger Arians explained that the new payment option will make buying cryptocurrencies much more convenient, and above all more secure.

“For many people, paying for Bitcoins at the Australian Post office is safer than transferring funds over the Internet – especially for first time buyers. We are proud of this partnership and we would like to thank Australia Post for their constant openness to new technologies. “

Earlier, Bitcoin.com.au customers had the opportunity to buy bitcoins at 1,500 retail outlets serviced by the Blueshyft payment network. Founded by Kain Warwick from Synthetix – Blueshyft, it also operates several other cryptocurrency exchanges.

Bitcoin can be bought in an increasing number of physical locations

Currently, more and more physical locations are offering consumers the opportunity to purchase bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. The number of bitomats installed around the world has recently exceeded another milestone. Currently, there are over 8,000 such devices, i.e. over 2,000 more than at the end of 2019.

This week, we reported that in the United States you can buy bitcoin for cash at over 20,000 retail outlets, including stores such as 7Eleven, CVS and Rite Aid.

Last September, all 7 Eleven stores in the Philippines also began selling cryptocurrencies. In early 2019, several French tobacco stores did the same.

Current course You can always check Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies in the tabs: course Bitcoin and cryptocurrency course on Bitcoin.pl. In Poland, cryptocurrency exchange offices remain the most popular place to buy and sell bitcoins offline. If you live in the capital or the surrounding area, we recommend a bitcoin exchange office in Warsaw.

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