@FinancialPost — Athena says will install 1,500 cryptocurrency ATMs in El Salvador. Following El Salvador’s adoption of Bitcoin as legal tender, Athena Bitcoin has plans to invest over $1 million to install cryptocurrency ATMs in the country. The firm expects to gradually install the ATMs, hire staff and open an office to carry out operations in El Salvador.
@Cointelegraph — Institutional exchange launches crypto debit card. Intercontinental Exchange subsidiary Bakkt has introduced a virtual Visa debit card that enables customers to use crypto for retail purchases. The card can be used online and in-store without the wait to convert the cryptocurrency to fiat.
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