EasyBit’s New Bitcoin ATMs Are Helping Texans Buy Guns and Gold

“Customers can purchase handgun courses, firearm accessories and firearms with Bitcoin.”

EasyBit, a bitcoin ATM network, has announced the rollout of four new Bitcoin ATMs in the US state of Texas. EasyBit’s new partners say that not only do the machines drive new customer traffic to their locations, but they give customers an additional method of payment too.

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“While Bitcoin has been around nearly 10 years, the concept of conducting business with this cryptocurrency is really starting to ramp up. One of the things that make Bitcoin so attractive is the anonymity aspect,” said Becky Tyson, Owner of Capital Coin & Bullion in Austin. “A customer came in wanting to sell a bitcoin that he received for work done. It was a successful transaction so I would bet he’ll be buying/selling again.”

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“We’re enthusiastic about Bitcoin adoption in Texas and are pleased to establish a presence with four two-way Bitcoin ATMs in the Austin area,” commented Michael Dupree, Jr., CEO of EasyBit ATM. “Like our partners Capital Coin & Bullion and at Central Texas Gun Works who sell precious metals and guns we work to provide a safe, easy to use, quick, and compliant way to buy and sell bitcoin- giving a low-cost alternative to sending and receiving money.”

“We get a lot of people that come into the shop just because there is a Bitcoin ATM. We are very happy that it is here, it gives my customers more options to pay,” explained  Michael Cargill, owner of Central Texas Gun Works. “Customers can purchase handgun courses, firearm accessories and firearms with Bitcoin. Customers will call from outside of Texas, order online and use Bitcoin to pay for it. We ship to a gun store in their area who will conduct the background check.”

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