In the last few weeks, we’ve been seeing some new Bitcoin ventures popping up, including a new Cruise Ship Bitcoin Merchant (BTC Merchant) that launched in January and a cruise ship Bitcoin ATM that recently became operational.
Today, a new Bitcoin-focused cruise ship, the Liberty, has announced that it is the first ever US based Bitcoin ATM, with an additional $5 million in bitcoin.
“The Liberty is the second of its kind and has the highest capacity in the US,” the company said in a press release.
“It is powered by an AMD Opteron processor, 64GB of DDR4 RAM, an Intel Core i7 processor, and an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 graphics card.
The Liberty is also the first cruise ship to have its onboard Bitcoin ATM installed with the CoinDesk Bitcoin ATM.
Bitcoin ATM operators can use the ATM to send bitcoins to other Bitcoin users in the Liberty’s bar and restaurant.”
The Liberty has been operational since February 20th, and it is currently accepting orders via its website for $3,000 worth of bitcoin.
The ATM also offers the ability to send the coins to other users via its mobile app.
Bitcoin is an increasingly popular alternative to fiat currencies, and has become increasingly popular in the United States, as people have begun to turn to the digital currency for financial transactions and transactions that don’t require an intermediary.
However, many of the existing Bitcoin ATMs are outdated, and lack security features, while others are in areas that are hard to reach, or simply not available in large cities.
The bitcoin ATM offers a number of features that make it a more attractive option for users who are willing to spend their money elsewhere.
For example, it allows users to spend bitcoin on food and beverages, and can accept payments in bitcoin from third parties.
The Bitcoin ATM also features a built-in web wallet, and includes an online merchant verification system.
The company added that it has partnered with bitcoin payment processors to allow the Liberty to accept credit and debit cards, while allowing it to accept Bitcoin Cash, a payment protocol that is not officially supported by the Bitcoin Foundation, a non-profit organization.
“Our aim with Liberty is to provide customers with a full suite of bitcoin ATMs and ATM services,” Liberty CEO and co-founder David Cohen said.
“We are proud to be one of the first operators in the world to offer a full complement of bitcoin ATM services and the Liberty will be the first in the country to offer the full suite.”
The company has partnered up with CoinDesk, a bitcoin payments processor, to provide additional ATM services.
The kiosk’s Bitcoin ATM will accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express, and Discover Plus debit cards.
CoinDesk is the largest online payment processor in the U.S. with over $2.5 billion in annual revenue, and the company is also an investor in the company.
It will continue to expand its ATM service, including adding the ability for its users to send bitcoin to other locations.
CoinScan is another Bitcoin ATM operator that announced its partnership with Liberty, adding the ATM’s ability to accept American Express cards, Discover cards, and other cards.
The new partnership also allows CoinScan customers to pay with bitcoin through the company’s mobile app for $25 a month, and $30 for a year.