SatoshiPoint Backed by 2 Angel Investors

SatoshiPoint Backed by 2 Angel Investors

Bitcoin ATM operator SatoshiPoint is now backed by two experienced Angel investors, including Alistair Milne (an investor in several Bitcoin startups and manager of the Altana Digital Currency Fund). The financing will fund the expansion plans of SatoshiPoint and further extend its capabilities, allowing individuals to buy and sell Bitcoin at more locations and digitally online in larger quantities. “These are exciting times for Bitcoin, SatoshiPoint and the UK. I’m really excited to be working with pro-active investors and ecstatic to have closed my first round of funding”.


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