First bitcoin ATM in Estonia opens in Tallinn ({{commentsTotal}})

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A bitcoin ATM is now available to cryptocurrency users in the Estonian capital.

The ATM allows users to exchange euros into bitcoins, a virtual peer-to-peer currency, and transfer the sum into user's digital wallet. The euro to bitcoin exchange rate is dependent on the current market price.

According to the company responsible for the ATM, there are currently about 13 bitcoin ATMs in Finland, and around 300 in the world.

The bitcoin ATM is open on weekdays from 10:00 to 19:00 and is located at the Spotex currency exchange in Tartu street, Tallinn.

Editor: M. Oll, S. Tambur



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