Coinme, a major cryptocurrency cash exchange based in Seattle and Washington, introduced six additional cryptocurrencies to its list of buyable assets on Wednesday in an attempt to give its users the freedom to interact with different tokens beyond Bitcoin.
Ether (ETH), polygon (MATIC), Chainlink (LINK), dogecoin (DOGE), Litecoin (LTC), and stellar (XLM) are now available for instant purchase at 10,000 grocery store kiosks around the United States.
Neil Bergquist, CEO and co-founder of Coinme, comments: “Different coins serve different purposes, and we’re excited to continue serving our customers with a menu of coins representing approximately 70% of the total crypto market cap. Our partnership with Coinstar has allowed us to scale to 10,000 additional physical locations, providing instant cash onramps to crypto, which can be purchased and securely stored in the Coinme wallet or sent to nearly any wallet globally.”
This is the exchange’s biggest move since May last year, when it partnered with MoneyGram to launch thousands of physical locations in 49 states in the U.S., facilitating the purchase and sale of crypto using cash.
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