Australia has the potential to develop the crypto industry. Hopefully, local cryptocurrency exchange Bitcoin.com.au is actively working to reach this goal. Recently, this exchange made another step in this direction. Moreover, customers of Bitcoin.com.au will be able to pay for Bitcoin at more than 3,500 Australian post offices. Thanks to a collaboration between the Bitcoin.com.au and Australia Post people will be able to pay for Bitcoin across the country.
Let’s have a look at how the firm’s CEO described this collaboration. Holger Arians serves as the CEO of this cryptocurrency exchange. According to Arians, the new payment option will make some people more comfortable with buying crypto. It makes sense as for many people, paying for Bitcoin at an Australia Post office is less risky compared to transferring funds online.
Also, for the people who are buying crypto for the first time, it is better to pay for this cryptocurrency at the post office. Let’s not forget to mention the fact that Australia Post is open to new technologies. Moreover, other organizations should also embrace cryptocurrencies.
Bitcoin and retail outlets
Hopefully, the post office is not the only place where it is possible to pay for this cryptocurrency. For example, customers of this exchange also have the opportunity to pay for Bitcoin at 1500 retail outlets in the Blueshyft payment network. Moreover, Blueshyft also services numerous other exchanges.
Physical locations in Australia as well as the U.S. are offering the opportunity for customers to purchase cryptocurrencies.
Interestingly it is possible to buy this cryptocurrency for cash at more than 20,000 retail locations across the United States, including 7-Eleven, CVS, and Rite Aid.
Last but not least, there are more than 8,000 Bitcoin automated teller machines around the world, located in 73 countries. Users have the opportunity to buy and sell Bitcoin and altcoins for cash.