Looks like heavyweight are all set to enter to the Bitcoin system; this time it is boxing champion Mike Tyson. He has just announced his plans to launch a new Bitcoin ATM in August of 2015 which will not just be fast but convenient a lot to help customers get best in the industry experience. The news was shared by Tyson in his Twitter for his followers.
Though there are dozens of Bitcoin ATMs around the world, the excitement has not been like this time when one of the most successful boxer Tyson is entering in the industry. Tyson tweeted “Changing the way we get change.” The tweet also includes a website address, where users can find out more (but not a lot more) about the athlete’s Bitcoin endeavor.
Not a lot of Details Available about Bitcoin
Mike Tyson tweeted the URL of the website ‘MikeTysonBitcoin.com’ and informed that the new Bitcoin ATM is coming out in August. Not a lot of information is available about the venture as it still at the nascent stage. However, as soon as it progresses, the information will start pouring in. Information regarding the design and development, features, etc. will come soon.
It has come to notice that the Bitcoin ATM will apparently focus on quick and efficient transactions which are based on Mike Tyson’s fastest knock out in the ring. It is to be noted that the fastest knock out for Tyson was 30 seconds and according to the people behind the ATM, the Mike Tyson Bitcoin ATM can turn cash into Bitcoin in under 20 seconds.
Speed like Mike Tyson’s Knock Outs
Thus, the Mike Tyson Bitcoin ATM is going to provide faster than Mike Tyson’s knock out bout transaction time. The whole intention of the Bitcoin ATM is highlighting the one of the greatest fights ever that happened between the former undisputed heavyweight champion of the world and Marvis Frazier, which ended after Tyson defeated his opponent in just 30 seconds.
As soon as Mike Tyson tweeted about the latest venture, he received a lot of reaction from the Bitcoin community. Some people called him the great start that Bitcoin needed. The Bitcoin Foundation has already welcomed Tyson’s announcement on Twitter, writing “Welcome aboard Mike! The world of Bitcoin is glad to have you with us!”
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