CoinOutlet was one of the attending businesses at the BTC2B congress in Brussels, Belgium. The representative for CoinOutlet was Mr. Abhimanyu Dayal,CoinOutlet’s Director of European Operations. When he spoke at BTC2B he promised a bright future with CoinOutlet Bitcoin ATM’s and how they will be at every European street corner in the near future. Mr Dayal explained the CoinOutlet vision at BTC2B:
“We see the Bitcoin ATM machines as the cornerstone of the Bitcoin ecosystem because they provide access to buying and selling of Bitcoin for real cash in a familiar environment. Everybody knows what an ATM is and with the special colors it will be an eye catcher. With this in mind, CoinOutlet intends to revolutionise the Bitcoin market in Europe with its specially designed ATM technology.
CoinOutlet’s ATM’s will provide secure services with bank grade security. Due to a special partnership that allows installation of high security ATMs at 100,000 public locations all over the United States. Places like Chicago international airport, MIT and other public places, we at CoinOutlet have assured that our ATM’s will be very accessible and easy to use without compromising our security of our ATM’s.
We at CoinOutlet have also created the foundations for quickly becoming the largest and most respected Bitcoin ATM network in the world. In doing so, we are accelerating mainstream adoption of the revolution in money and technology. We are also looking forward to implementing this successful model in Europe. For us this is the obvious next step.
Mr. Dayal’s plan for European expansion is to rapidly creating a similar style ATM network like in the U.S. To accomplish this ambitious plan, Mr Dayal will be working closely with CoinOutlet’s CEO Eric Grill and his world-class team of specialists to strategically place Bitcoin ATM’s in high traffic areas across Europe.
Mr Dayal was also at the Belgian Bitcoin Association meetup in Antwerp the 18th October. At this meetup the BBA was looking into starting up a new project in Ghent called: “Ghent the bitcoin city”. This is still a working title and can change as the project evolves.
During the brainstorming on how we at the BBA could implement this ambitious project, Mr Dayal did chime in quite a bit with innovative and refreshing perspectives and approaches. “If we can succeed in creating a viable “btc avenue” in Ghent and provided it is successful businesswise, other cities in Belgium will be adopting this modus operandi” the Board of Directors told CryptoArticles (who are also members of the BBA). “The company that Mr. Dayal is representing would be very welcome indeed at our meetups and in our upcoming project in Ghent” added Thomas Spaas, one of the board of directors at BBA.
We did ask the CEO of CoinOutlet Eric Grill to give a statement. Mr. Grill told CryptoArticles that: “The advantage of CoinOutlet’s unique machines is they are one of the only companies on the market to offer a flexible two-way model. This means that our ATM’s will be allowing users to either buy or sell bitcoins. In addition, CoinOutlet is rolling out a point of sale technology in conjunction with the ATMs, which will encourage mainstream merchant adoption of Bitcoin. These are very exciting times for CoinOutlet. We plan to launch up to 100 machines before the end of the year in busy locations like airports, transport centres and convenience stores”.
We at CryptoArticles are very excited about this recent development and we predict that 2015 will be even more exciting than 2014 was in the cryptocurrency world.