BitcoinNW Lauches 3rd Dash ATM In This US State

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BitcoinNW launches third Dash ATM! 

BitcoinNW was founded by Mike Fors. Mike spent months working with the State of Oregon to determine the necessary licensing requirements to legally operate a Bitcoin kiosk business in the state.  Mike is proud of the work he did with the state, paving the path for Bitcoin businesses in Oregon and bringing easy access to Bitcoin to Portlanders.

BitcoinNW, a Portland-based digital currency ATM operator, recently installed its third DASH-dispensing cryptocurrency teller machine in the State of Oregon.

Mike Fors, Bitcoin evangelist and founder of BitcoinNW, said on Twitter the new two-way General Bytes machine, which also supports Litecoin, Ethereum and Bitcoin, was installed inside the Salem Center Mall, in the City of Salem:


According to industry portal CoinArmRadar.com, BitcoinNW’s new machine has some of the lowest fees in the United States: buyers pay a 4.8% fee, while sellers are charged a fee of 5.6%. And Oregonians are allowed to buy and sell up to $1000 worth of DASH without presenting any identification documents!

By comparison, the two Bitcoin D.A.V.E. DASH ATMs in New York City, operated by Hermes Limited, charge fees of up to 9% and require SMS verification.

BitcoinNW’s other DASH ATMs are installed in Springfield and Portland.

Oregon flag photo by Nicolas Raymond

via Razor-Forex


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