Woman using a Coinme Bitcoin kiosk
Woman using a Coinme Bitcoin kiosk.

Coinme enters the Denver crypto market by including 100 places for Bitcoin purchases in Safeway stokers’ Coinstar kiosks. These kiosks represent the biggest Bitcoin purchase network in the entire Denver area.

Coinme is a blockchain company that aids people in accessing digital currency products and services. The Denver news was announced on November 20 and, on the matter, Coinme co-founder and CEO, Neil Bergquist, shared:

“Denver promises to be one of Coinme’s strongest markets for Bitcoin in the United States. It’s very gratifying to meet the growing customer demand through our relationship with Coinstar, and we couldn’t ask for a better partner to help people access and utilize the power of digital currency.”


On the other side of the deal, Jim Gaherity, CEO of Coinstar noted the importance of their locations:

“There are 3,000 Coinstar kiosk locations across the country that have the Bitcoin purchase functionality and the consumer response has been very positive. We’re happy that the expansion continues with access now in the Denver area.”

Clients are able to buy Bitcoin with ease from all Coinstar kiosks in the Denver area. Coinstar operates more than 21,000 kiosks located at grocery and drug stores, financial institutions and mass merchants.

The cryptocurrency purchase is accomplished in four simple steps and the transaction requires just a phone number and an amount in U.S. dollars.