First Bitcoin ATM in Brisbane city

Time to congratulate Brisbane’s residents – Genesis 1 installedthe first Bitcoin ATM in Brisbane city, Australia.

A new ATM was launched on May 16 at the Roastery Café in South Brisbaneand is owned by Australian company Bit2Bit.

As with all other Genesis 1 Bitcoin kiosks this one allows customers toexchange cash into Bitcoin and withdraw digital currency from an onlinewallet. Moreover, it accepts Litecoin and Dogecoin.

The Roastery Café on 25 Glenelg Street is a place where you can seethe roasting in action, enjoy an espresso and some delectable delights. The caféis located at Rouge Coffee a boutique coffee roaster.

The café also accepts Bitcoin payment. Here customers can buy a cup ofcoffee for about 0.007311Bitcoins.

“There’s a lot of people who have been waiting for this. There’sBitcoiniacs who have meetings here everywhere every week, and these groups aregrowing rapidly,” said Bruce Carrall, co-owner of Rouge Coffee.

Genesis Coin a software development company that is currently working on solutions forthe digital currency market. The price of Brisbane’s first Bitcoin ATMs is $15,000and it was shipped from US.