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Crypto users will soon be able to buy and sell tokens at major supermarket chain in Texus


Texus is the state known for attracting miners and attempting to pass pro-crypto legislation. H-E-B supermarkets in Texasis soon bringing facility for shoppers wanting to cash out their crypto holdings to buy groceries.

Crypto ATM firm Coin Cloud is currently preparing to install machines into 29 H-E-B locations in the Houston area. The ATMs will allow customers to buy and sell more than 30 cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin, Ether, Dogecoin , Litecoin, certain DeFi tokens, and U.S. dollar-pegged stablecoins.

Coin Cloud CEO and founder Chris McAlary said he expects “retailers will become increasingly aware of the important role digital currency plays in the future.” The crypto ATM company will reportedly set up its 2000th machine at an H-E-B store, allowing customers to make crypto transactions using cash, debit cards, and credit cards.

Founded in 1905, H-E-B is one of the oldest supermarket chains in Texas, with 400 locations across the state as well as Mexico.

Source : https://cointelegraph.com/news/texas-crypto-users-will-soon-be-able-to-buy-and-sell-tokens-at-major-supermarket-chain


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