Bitcoin Romania targets between 75-100 new crypto-ATM franchises by the end of the year

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Bitcoin Romania, the leader of the crypto-ATM market in Eastern Europe and the owner of the largest local cryptocurrency trading platforms, targets to develop with the support of its partners its network of 150 ATMs by the end of the year and reach 250-300,000 customers in the trading platform.
Among the most accessible places where the customers can make transactions at Bitcoin Romania crypto-ATMs are shopping centers from the Carrefour, Auchan networks and most “shopping mall” in the country’s big cities.
“This year was better than 2021 – the growth was determined by the partnerships consolidated in 2021, as well as in the first quarter of this year. By the end of the year, we want to double the number of franchises on the local market and reach approximately 150 crypto-ATMs, thereby pursuing a distribution that covers the whole country as efficiently as possible. We also want to grow to 250-300,000 customers in the trading platform. But these objectives largely depend on the availability or access to additional working capital, the trend of the crypto market and our ability to attract new partners”, says Constantin Rotariu, co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer of Bitcoin Romania.
The co-founder adds that the number of Bitcoin Romania customers – both for the crypto-ATM
network and the cryptocurrency trading platform- is growing regardless of the evolution of Bitcoin’s value.
“The only aspect that has changed lately based on the evolution of the currency’s value is the share of transactions, with buying ones gaining significant ground in front of selling ones,” explains Constantin Rotariu.
For 2023, the management of the companies aims to increase the number of crypto-ATMs to 250 units, focusing on offering the best quality specialized services to partners and customers and on accelerating & securing some of the operational processes with a significant impact on the business economy.
Bitcoin Romania is organizing today, September 22, an event with about 100 people, especially company partners.
“The aim is to bring together all stakeholders from the operational universe of ATM business, to reward outstanding performances and find appropriate solutions to achieve the strategic objectives we have set ourselves – new partnerships and 150 ATMs by the end of 2022. At the same time, we want to instill in our partners the feeling of belonging to this community, to strengthen relations and to build a path on which we can walk together towards success”, adds Constantin Rotariu.
Bitcoin Romania is the first operator and leader of the crypto-ATM market in Eastern Europe, being also the owner of the first and largest cryptocurrency trading platform on the local market. The company created by brothers Constantin and George Rotariu is the one that introduced crypto ATMs in Romania, and by the end of 2025, it aims to reach 300 ATMs. Last year, the company (re)launched pro.bitcoinromania.ro, the platform that offers automatic conversions for the main cryptocurrencies on the market, at any time.

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