Business Solution – Digital Currency Exchange

Business Solution

Bitcoin ATMs


Digital Currency Exchange offers two-way Bitcoin ATMs that allow you to conveniently buy and sell cryptocurrency.

To buy cryptocurrency, choose "buy bitcoin" and enter a destination crypto address or allow the machine to scan a QR code of your mobile wallet. Confirm your wallet address is correct. Next, determine the number of banknotes to convert to digital money and insert cash. The amount of Bitcoin you will receive will appear on the screen. A receipt for the transaction will print at the completion of the purchase, sending your Bitcoin to your wallet.

To sell crypto for cash, select sell crypto. Enter your phone number. Now, enter the verification code that was sent to your phone. Take the printed ticket, then scan the QR code with your cryptocurrency wallet. Send that exact amount of crypto as shown on the receipt to the specified cryptocurrency address. Once you receive confirmation of the transaction to your mobile phone, then redeem your cash at the machine by re-entering your mobile number, you will receive a new security code to enter into the machine, and your cash will then be dispensed.

It’s that easy!

Bitcoin’s Projection to Store of Value:

In this called economy, CEOs like Elon Musk, Jack Dorsey, Michael Saylor, and corporations like Mass Mutual, are stockpiling their companies’ coffers with Bitcoin vs CEOs from the old economy who stocked their coffers with leveraged investments and Gold. These pioneers are preparing for the follow-up adoption of Bitcoin and other digital currencies.

Today, the global market capitalization of gold is around $10 trillion, while the total market capitalization of Bitcoin just broke the $1 trillion mark. According to Michael Saylor, CEO of Microstrategy, Bitcoin is going to flip gold and will absorb the entire gold market capitalization.

For Bitcoin to exceed the global market capitalization of gold, nation-states will need to start looking at Bitcoin as a reserve. For instance, Miami Mayor Francis Suarez is not only considering putting the city’s treasury reserves into Bitcoin but also paying municipality workers in Bitcoin.