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LibertyX adds 16 bitcoin kiosks to Miami enabling cryptocurrency purchase in exchange for cash
LibertyX that operates largest cash-to-bitcoin onramp network in the U.S., has added new bitcoin kiosks and owns 16 bitcoin kiosks in the Miami and its suburbs.
The 16 bitcoin vending machines that let users buy cryptocurrency in exchange for cash, charges 4% fee for buying bitcoins, which are lower than other regions. While most kiosks charge 4%, some devices charge 5% or even 7% on top of the current market price, themerkle.com reported.
The kiosks are located in public places, centers and corporations in Miami including places like La Cadena Supermarket, Mercadito Miami Centro Americano, El Super Colmadon, Florida Wireless Konnection, among other locations.
In order to use the Kiosks, users have to generate a LibertyX code by signing up for LibertyX account or using the mobile app. They then have to find the Kiosk inside of the store, search for LibertyX on the machine and then follow the instructions displayed on the Kiosk screen.
LibertyX also offers a store referral form. Users who wish to bring LibertyX store to their neighborhood can refer a store. When their referred store signs up, the firm will send them $100 in bitcoins as a bonus. This bonus will be split and the referred user will get $50 in bitcoins when the store signs up and the rest $50 after the store sells $1000.
Earlier in July, Panama-based Coinapult announced the launch of its new project allowing Columbians to buy bitcoins at any one of the 300 Punto Pago Kiosks across the country.