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Prague subway installs ten new Bitcoin ATMs

Posted on May 30, 2018

The Prague Metro recently installed ten new cryptocurrency ATMs. Photo: General Bytes
The Prague Metro recently installed ten new cryptocurrency ATMs. Photo: General Bytes

PRAGUE — The Prague Metro, one of the busiest systems in Europe, recently installed ten new cryptocurrency ATMs, reported Bitcoin.com.

The machines, built by Czech Republic-based firm, General Bytes, combine for a total of 46 cryptocurrency ATMs in the country, with 27 of those devices in Prague, the report said. 

Prague is considered a booming cryptocurrency hub, as the Czech government is relatively friendly towards cryptocurrencies and politicians haven’t regulated virtual currencies or defined them as a currency or commodity like other nation states, according to Bitcoin.com.

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