The US state of Texas seems to want to take the lead in the cryptocurrency world, the state seems to become a true hub for the American bitcoin market. Texas will soon allow banks to hold crypto, recently passed a new crypto law, and aims to attract bitcoin miners from China to settle in Texas with its cheap flow of bitcoin. Texas already built the world’s largest mining farm in 2019.
Now it is revealed that crypto owners will soon be able to do their shopping in Texas with their crypto. Coin Cloud, a crypto ATM company, is going to install no fewer than 29 crypto machines in H-E-B supermarkets, a large supermarket chain in the US state.
These are 29 devices that will be installed at various locations of H-E-B, short for Howard E. Butt, in the Houston area, the largest city in Texas with 2.3 million inhabitants. H-E-B is one of the largest and oldest supermarket chains in the state with more than 400 locations.
Coin Cloud’s ATMs support more than 30 different crypto, including bitcoin (BTC), ethereum (ETH), litecoin (LTC), dogecoin (DOGE), multiple stablecoins, and decentralized finance (DeFi) tokens.
Among these 29 new ATMs is Coin Cloud’s 2000th crypto ATM, the company announced in a press release on June 17. It’s a very rapid increase in numbers, as Coin Cloud only had 1,250 ATMs in December.
“When Coin Cloud said they would deliver and install more than 200 machines within a week, I didn’t believe them. The speed and ease with which they could perform was impressive. Operationally, it was the fastest and best quality rollout we have ever experienced.”
Ray Harrison, chief market officer (CMO) of CAL’s Convenience Store, a store Coin Cloud previously had a deal with. Chris McAlary, CEO of Coin Cloud, says:
“Our growth is a tangible representation of the interest in digital currencies and Coin Cloud’s mission to provide communities with seamless options to buy and sell crypto.”