Australians Can Now Buy BTC from the Post Office

Australians can pay money for a local Bitcoin exchange at the post office.


According to the 24th June statement, the Customer of a local cryptocurrency exchange bitcoin.com.au can pay for Bitcoin at more than 3,500 Australian Post offices.



The firm’s CEO Holger Arians revealed that he thinks the new payment option will make some people more convenient with buying cryptocurrency:

“For several people, paying for Bitcoin at an Australia Post office seems more trustworthy than transferring funds online — especially for first-time users. We’re happy with this partnership and would like to thank Australia Post for their renewed openness to new things.”

Bitcoin.com.au consumers were already able to pay for Bitcoin at 1500 local outlets in the Blueshyft payment network. Founded by Synthetix’s Kain Warwick, Blueshyft also services various other exchanges.


A growing number of physical locations trade crypto.


A growing number of physical locations are now allowing users to get cryptocurrencies. Bitcoin automated teller machines recently met the milestone of 8,000 units placed globally.


We announced that Bitcoin buying is now possible for cash at more than 20,000 local locations over the United States, including CVS, Rite Aid, and 7-Eleven.


In September 2019, all 7-Eleven stores over the Philippines also began selling cryptocurrency. At the start of 2019, many French tobacco shops did the same.



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