DNAX Closes First Cryptocurrency Bitcoin ATM Agreement
This looks like something very good for DNAX
within the Bitcoin/Cryptocurrency
world that I haven't seen within any stock before that I know of:
DNA Brands Closes First Cryptocurrency Bitcoin ATM Agreement
FORT LAUDERDALE, FL--(Marketwired - Nov 6, 2017) - DNA Brands Inc. (OTC PINK: DNAX) is pleased to announce that the company has closed a distribution agreement with Bitcoindepot.com. DNA will be placing Bitcoin ATM machines across the country. These machines will give the user the ability to both buy and sell bitcoin, and conduct monetary transactions, to both receive and dispense cash.
The consumer will be able to use the ATM machine via virtual wallet (a virtual wallet is created online by the consumer that will allow cryptocurrency transactions). Although this is just the beginning, the company is already taking multiple orders to place machines. The ultimate goal is to put Bitcoin ATM machines next to every Bank ATM machine throughout the country.
"We are actively acquiring new accounts to place multiple Bitcoin ATM machines in strategic locations across the country," stated a company consultant
DNAX Management will also be travelling to Georgia to discuss further growth between DNA Brands and Bitcoindepot.com.
"We will be assembling a sales team due to the tremendous demand of Bitcoin. We are looking to revolutionize and make Bitcoin ATM machines as accessible, and common to use as any other ATM machine. In an effort to convey complete transparency, we will be looking to update the market on a weekly, or bi-weekly basis," stated CEO Adrian McKenzie.
"Bitcoindepot.com offers a fully featured, convenient wallet for your Bitcoin storage needs. Available on all major platforms, in a variety of languages, the Bitcoindepot.com wallet is accessible to everybody. Unlike government issued money that can be inflated at will, the supply of Bitcoin is mathematically limited to twenty one million bitcoins and that can never be changed."
"In addition to the distribution sales contract with Bitcoindepot.com, DNA has identified several block chain opportunities with further details to come. As we transition over to this new exciting space, I want to personally thank those who have been patient, loyal shareholders and welcome all new shareholders," stated Mckenzie.
About DNA Brands
DNA Brands (A two-time best in show award winning energy drink by worldbeveragecompetition.com) is transitioning into a Blockchain Technology Service and Incubator Company.
Further updates will be forthcoming.
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