New Russian Bitcoin ATM Tracker Website CryptoCoinMap.RU Goes Live, Will Cover Crypto Globally
A new site populated with maps and information about Cryptocurrencies’ points of sale and teller machines is now live in Russia. Cryptoncoinmap.ru is a resourceful site and is sending a positive vibe in Russia and the world cannot wait for its turn. A first one, the site locates ATMs in Moscow, but developers are saying expansion worldwide is underway.
Borrowing A Lot From Coinatmradar
Cryptocoinmap.ru may have added features but it bears a lot of resemblance to Coinatmradar. Although it is early to criticize or praise the site, it contains a lot of exciting features but there is huge room for improvement.
At the center of its development are two Russian entities, Sova.rf and Nanobit. Following the positive reception of the site, the developers claim that they are not laying tools down. They have promised to continue with the project until it reaches all corners of the globe.
What Is The Site Offering?
Currently, the site shows where Crypto clients can exchange their fiat for digital currency. Six of the spots are ATM where buyers can purchase, while one is a sell point for coins. Users are getting images, working hours, hours of operation and office location.
Coins Trading On The Site
There is a variety of coins in exchange including dash, Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Litecoin. The exchanging rates are displayed in Sterling pound, US dollar, Russian Ruble, Indian Rupee, Kazakhstan Tenge and Japanese Yen.
The service is easy to use and helps users filter their actions and where they would want to do transactions within the Russian capital. Yandex maps, a Russian substitute for Google maps, helps locate ATMs and points of sale as well as traffic updates. Apart from the obvious inclusions, the site provides statistical graphs to compare daily, weekly and monthly transactions.
Global Coverage Is Coming Soon
The developers and the company are positive on the expansion of the site to the entire world. Talking to Forklog, the two sides said they are working on infrastructure and a framework of laws. Local companies who want to be part of the flagship are supposed to provide tax information and have no arrears. They are also supposed to furnish the developers with financial information to establish their financial viability.
As at now, only 7 locations in Moscow are shown in the map. The two developers have said they are working to increase the locations to 100 across the world. By the turn of first 2019 quarter, the site is expected to be operational in at least 200 locations all over the globe.
This is considered as yet another move to popularize Cryptocurrencies and hopefully the overdue incorporation into the conventional monetary systems. With a promise to make real-time transactions and information viewing about popular coins, populations will be ready to dive into the idea. If this is one of the ways Cryptocurrencies niche will be redefining itself for the changes ahead, it remains to be seen. In Russia, the proceeds are good and more locations will give a broad picture of how the future of Cryptocurrencies will be unfolding.