South Korea’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, Bithumb, will supply restaurants and cafes with cryptocurrency kiosks.
The kiosks will allow customers to pay for their orders with their Bithumb crypto account balance. As reported by Zdnet, a local news provider, the kiosks called “Touch B” are a child of Bithumb and the manufacturers Unos Space, IYU and Tros Systems. The goal was to “supply kiosks optimized for small businesses that operate food and beverage franchises, small restaurants, and cafes.”
“The entry into the kiosk business is meaningful to provide substantial benefits and low-cost rental services to small business owners. We will continue to work in various industries based on Blockchain technology, We will continue to provide opportunities to provide total solutions for small businesses through our partnership. “
Great thing for adoption
The move could really influence adoption in South Korea according to a Finance and Cryptocurrency analyst Joseph Young:
This is yet another move towards bringing cryptocurrency closer to the people, after the move to sell Bitcoin and Ethereum in 1200 Australian newsstands.