HEB buyers will soon be able to source digital assets in more than two dozen Texas locations. Coin Cloud, a crypto machine (ATM) provider, says 29 HEB stores will have kiosks that will provide access to more than 30 crypto assets, including defi-tokens and stablecoins.
HEB Stores in Texas host digital ATMs in the Coin Cloud
29 HEB locations will soon have ATMs in cryptocurrency. The machines are provided by Coin Cloud, a digital currency ATM provider based in Las Vegas, Nevada. Coin Cloud calls its devices “digital ATMs” or “DCMs”. After completion of the HEB locations, the company is expected to achieve 2,000 DCM installations.
In addition to HEB grocery stores, Coin Cloud has partnerships with the National Alliance of Trade Associations, United Natural Foods, Inc. (UNFI) and CAL’s convenience store. The DCMs also extend across the United States and countries in South America.
In the US, Coin Cloud has crypto machines in states like Delaware, Texas, Oregon, New Jersey, California, Kansas, Arizona, Oklahoma, Illinois, Ohio, Tennessee, and more.
According to a report on the Houston Chronicle, an executive at an HEB grocery chain confirmed that 29 stores will start the pilot program. Most of the DCM kiosks based on Coin Cloud HEB will be located in the Houston area.
Coin Cloud crypto machines accept both debit and credit cards in addition to cash. Friday’s announcement revealed that Coin Cloud had installed 750 DCMs in the past six months.
“We are very excited to reach this point in our business as our growth is a tangible representation of the interest in digital currencies and Coin Cloud’s mission to provide seamless buy and sell options for communities,” said Chris McAlary, Founder and CEO of Münzwolke noticed. “In the course of our further expansion, retailers are becoming increasingly aware of the important role the digital currency will play in the future.”
According to statistics from coinatmradar.com from June 19, 2021, there are around 21,842 ATMs installed in cryptocurrency worldwide. Other crypto ATM providers competing for ATM real estate in Texas are Coinsource, Rockitcoin, and Bitaccess.
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