Today, you may get a Monero loan or buy Bitcoin at a special ATM. Such kiosks accept debit cards, credit cards, and cash. As of this writing, there are over 20,000 Bitcoin ATMs across the United States. So, how do these systems work?
The cryptocurrency industry is evolving at breakneck speed, and it has started to overlap with conventional products like credit cards. First, you can buy virtual coins in tens of thousands of Bitcoin ATMs. Secondly, cryptocurrency may be purchased with a credit card on digital exchanges, although the fees may be substantial.
Finally, the unveiled Visa credit card offers rewards in bitcoins. Holders may profit from its volatile rate and earn generous bonuses for transactions. More such products are expected in the future.