Bitcoin of America is a popular virtual currency exchange registered as a money services company with the United States Department of Treasury (FinCEN) (RegNum). Aside from ensuring a quick and hassle-free transaction, they are known for their customer support. The popular BTM operator has continued to expand rapidly in 2022. This year, Bitcoin of America has made several updates and improvements to its services that could have led to its rapid expansion.
Bitcoin of America has seen its BTM locations surge. In March, the company had around 1,800 locations. To date, Bitcoin of America has more than 2500 Bitcoin ATMs where customers can buy Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum, Dogecoin and Shiba Inu.
In March, Bitcoin of America announced the latest addition to its Bitcoin ATMs (BTMs). They announced that Dogecoin is now available at Bitcoin of America ATMs. Dogecoin wasn’t the only coin added this year. In April, Shiba Inu was added to the Bitcoin of America locations. Bitcoin of America recognized the importance of offering a wide range of different cryptocurrencies and decided it was time to add them.
In May, the popular operator announced the launch of its brand new, modern website design, which includes its services. Bitcoin of America has updated their website in hopes
That it serves their customers better and offers a more user-friendly experience. Their new website is known for being quick and easy to navigate while also integrating the company’s brand.
Bitcoin of America also created a new design for their blog. The new blog features various categories that are popular in the cryptocurrency industry. It’s an easy way for customers to keep up to date with the latest news about cryptocurrency and the company. Bitcoin of America is also working on launching a newsletter that customers can subscribe to. Their goal is to offer their customers the best experience and keep them informed of any updates to their services.
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