The Helsinki Railway Station, located in Finland’s capital, is now the home of the country’s first Bitcoin ATM. After a similar device was recently presented in Sweden – more specifically in the center of Stockholm – by the startup Safello, now it’s time for another Scandinavian nation to have its own ATM.
The good news was revealed by the site Bittiraha.fi, which announced the “permanent installation of a Bitcoin ATM” at the popular station.
Being one of the busiest places in Helsinki, the station has over 200,000 people roaming through its corridors on a daily basis, so it’s obviously a great location for the machine.
According to the Finnish website, the crypto-ATM can be found at Levykauppa Äx, a well-known record store chain, and will allow the users to exchange fiat currency and obtain BTC.
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