Ann Arbor / ACCESSWIRE / August 1, 2014 / Bitcoin Brands Inc. (CEHC) today announced that its first Canadian ATM is expected to be operational this month in Montreal.
In addition to the Montreal installation, the company has targeted Las Vegas, Dallas, Detroit, and Boston for additional units in the coming weeks and months. The company has been working with its suppliers, prospective local partners and regulators to create smooth launches in each city.
Bitcoin Brands is developing a network of bitcoin dispensing machines in high visibility locations around North America.
“We are excited to roll out the ATM machines in conjunction with our marketing efforts. We feel that bitcoin is close to significant consumer acceptance and we look to be at the forefront of that adoption,” added Peter Klamka President of Bitcoin Brands Inc.
Bitcoin Brands has recently began a marketing campaign with mixed martial arts athletes. The campaign continues this month with sponsorship of fighters on national cable television.
About Bitcoin Brands Inc.
Bitcoin Brands Inc is a developer of bitcoin businesses. The company is active in bitcoin atms, payment solutions, and as an accelerator. More information about the company can be found at http://www.bitcoinbrandsinc.com/
Bitcoin Brands f/k/a Cephas Holding Corp.
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Source: Bitcoin Brands Inc.