Trilliant’s Fractional Ownership Programs For Cryptocurrency ATMs To Expand By 500 Machines
If anyone has taken a look at the way that the financial industry has gone in the last year alone, it is clear that global digital currency is making progress. This year, there are many cryptocurrencies that have managed to break into the mainstream media, like Bitcoin, Ripple, and Monero.
With these new companies rising up, there is a direct correlation between the increase in blockchain technology advancements and the operation of newer companies with crypto. The Stream token is available for a decentralized platform, giving content writers and workers the ability to earn crypto for their work. The Divi Project is another example of one of these adaptive platforms, giving consumers an easy way to maintain their digital wallets.
One of the biggest ways that Trilliant has managed to make a change in the industry is with their new proposal – 500 ATMs that specifically allow consumers to access their wallets. Most other platforms are focused on improving technology and increasing their revenue, but Trilliant has targeted hardware. Their business wants to make crypto into something that is available for every consumer, and an ATM is the most user-friendly option in the world.
The ATMs will make it just as easy to withdraw crypto tokens as it is to take out $100 in $20 bills. The founder and CEO of Trilliant, Sebastian Korbach, commented that their goal is to have 500 ATMs that are fully functioning by the end of 2019.
He went on, saying,
“In the long run, we want our machines visible on every corner, creating greater awareness for cryptocurrencies in general.”
When consumers use the ATMs, they will have a direct physical link to participation in ICOs, along with two-way transactions. Each ATM will be outfitted with a touchscreen, card reader, and a PIN pad to gain access to their wallet. Much like crypto platforms, there are security measures setup to keep each user’s wallet protected. One of those features is a front-facing camera for facial recognition.
Right now, there are actually around 2,700 ATMs globally with a link to cryptocurrency. Trilliant aims to set themselves apart with a unique user experience and the ability to both receive and send funds. Furthermore, users can exchange their fiat currency for crypto, or their crypto for fiat currency. This is a type of transfer that has not been available with the other ATMs in the world.
The introduction of Trilliant’s ATMs will be a revolutionary step for the cryptocurrency world as a whole. However, consumers will need to wait and see how these actions play out through the end of next year to see if the experience truly sets these ATMs apart.
Learn more about Trilliant by reading the whitepaper at trilliant.io/.