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Bitbase is preparing to open operations in Venezuela later this year, with the opening of stores and ATMs.
- Bitbase announced that this year wants to open operations in Venezuela
- The Spanish company of shops and ATMs ATM Bitcoin the biggest and most popular cryptocurrency in the world. It is a decentralized digital currency that enables users to make trustless peer-to-peer transactions. considers the country to be fertile ground for crypto
- You are looking for employees to work in stores and install cashiers.
Bitbase ATM operating company ATM crypto and crypto shops and which is headquartered in Spain, is preparing to open operations in Venezuela later this year.
According to reports, conditions have made the country a fertile ground for the growth of cryptocurrency cryptocurrencies are digital currencies that use cryptographic technologies to secure their operation. usage. Bitbase bets that this growth will continue, as it expects to open several stores in the country. In this regard, the Venezuelan (returned to the country) Enrique De Los Reyes, manager of Bitbase in Venezuela, he said, according to local media outlets such as La Patilla:
We are going very, very strong with the landing in Venezuela this year. We continue with the hard work, which will soon bear someone who believes that prices in a given market will decline over an extended period. Such a person might be referred to as “bearish.” fruit, with all the licenses we need to operate in Venezuela. And we want to give that image of the correct mass adoption (good use) of cryptocurrencies.
The business model of Bitbase includes, in addition to ATMs ATM, physical stores, where employees explain to users how to use cryptocurrencies and serve as intermediaries for cryptocurrency transactions. This approach aims to incorporate more traditional users, who need face-to-face transactions, or else they do not dare to enter the world of cryptocurrencies.
The well-known Twitter userBTC Archive shared it on social media:
NEW: Bitbase, the Bitcoin ATM company, will launch in Venezuela this year!
NEW: Bitcoin ATM company Bitbase to launch in Venezuela this year!
— Bitcoin Archive ???????????? (@BTC_Archive) August 29, 2022
Looking for employees
The company is now in the process of recruiting the necessary staff to manage and serve the public in these stores and to install cryptographic ATMs. In this regard, De Los Reyes said:
We already have a legal department and we are looking for new Venezuelan talent to come and work with us.
In addition, Bitbase is already operating from an office in the commercial industry and foreign companies department of the Spanish Embassy in Caracas. If the launch happens this year, it would be one of the first international cryptocurrencies to operate in Venezuela, he says. Bitcoin.com.
Interest already announced
It is worth noting that the interest of BitBase in Venezuela had already been informed by the company last July, when it made the announcement of its entry into Latin America, with the first branch and ATM in Paraguay. However, even earlier, in February, the company had talked about the possibility that it would BitBase will be installed in Venezuela a, since there were previous conversations between representatives of this company and spokesmen of the government of the Caribbean country.
According to CoinATMRadar, there are currently 257 crypto ATMs in Spain, according to the most recent data, 93 of which are owned by BitBase (i.e. it is the company with the most crypto ATMs in the country). Spain is the third country with the most ATMs in the world, behind the United States and Canada.
It is worth remembering that recently, BitBase also obtained a license to install the first crypto ATMs at airports in Spain, so it continues to grow in its home country.
However, Venezuela’s situation has led it to lag far behind in relation to this technology. According to the most recent records of CoinATMRadar, Venezuela has only one ATM ATM cripto located in the store Tracks, on Casanova Avenue, Caracas.
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