The George R. Brown Convention Center Gets Bitcoin ATM, First in Houston


The George R. Brown Convention Center Gets Bitcoin ATM, First in Houston

In an announcement CoinVault ATM has installed the first ever Bitcoin ATM in Houston to help customers get easy access to the digital currency. According to the company sources, they have installed the machine on the second level of the GRB and it will provide access to the cryptocurrency with much ease than ever.

Talking to media professionals Dawn Ullrich, president and CEO of Houston First Corporation, the organization that manages the GRB said that his organization thinks that this will be an attractive option for international travelers coming to Houston. He added that exchange-rate conversions for those seeking USD can be done automatically at the Bitcoin ATM.

According to Mr. Ullrich there will be no need to carry large amounts of hard currency during travel as now users can pick up their funds when they arrive in Houston. The company says that it intends to bring Bitcoin and similar cryptocurrencies to everyone and the decision to install the Bitcoin ATM at GRB is just another attempt towards the same goal.

CoinVault ATM believes that by placing its easy to use ATM kiosk at strategic metropolitan locations anyone can buy, sell, or trade Bitcoin at their convenience. To further cause to install Bitcoin ATMs at various locations in the country, the company even invites partners and asks that anyone can contact it to learn more about placing a Bitcoin ATM kiosk at their venue.

The brains behind CoinVault ATM are two people e.g. Sheldon Weisfeld and Nick Morphis who come from two different backgrounds but complete each other. Whereas Sheldon is a seasoned entrepreneur, Morphis is a technical architect. Sheldon constantly seeks the opportunity to solve industry problems with novel solutions.

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Sheldon Weisfeld is well-versed in creating long term value within organizations and seizing market opportunities and under his leadership CoinVault ATM is expanding in great pace. As he is always open for new ideas and new opportunities, he says that his organization is inviting new partners who can contact him through the official website.

Nick Morphis, the technical architect and support for CoinVault ATM comes with extensive experience in design configuration, implementation and support of technical software and hardware products. He is well versed in a variety of industries such as communications, manufacturing, healthcare, public sector, and professional services.

The company says that as Nick Morphis has over 19 years experience in application development, desktop and server hardware configuration and support, network administration and custom integration he is well suited to support and maintain CoinVault ATM’s.

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