BitAccess Launches Instant Bitcoin Purchases at 6,000 Locations in Canada

BitAccess Launches Instant Bitcoin Purchases at 6,000 Locations in Canada

BitAccess is excited to announce the launch of bitcoin purchases at thousands of storefronts across Canada.

BitAccess customers can now purchase bitcoin using a Flexepin voucher. Available in 6,000 Canadian retail locations, Flexepin can be bought using cash or a debit card.

Buying a Flexepin bitcoin voucher is like purchasing a gift card. It is bought from a store cashier. Once the purchase is made, a voucher is provided in the form of a receipt. In 60 seconds, the receipt can then be redeemed for the cash equivalent of bitcoin.

In just 3 steps, you can buy bitcoin:

1. Find a store by visiting

2. Pay the store cashier for a Flexepin voucher. If the cashier is unable to find Flexepin, tell them it is on the prepaid machine and is just like a paysafecard.

3. Redeem the voucher at to add bitcoin to a digital wallet of your choice.

Flexepin allows you to buy up to $250 worth of bitcoin per day. They come in $10, $30, $50, $100 or $250 vouchers.


BitAccess's mission is to provide people and businesses around the world with access to the future digital money technology. The company has installed Bitcoin ATMs in half a dozen countries. BitAccess is developing digital currency technologies that are secure, accessible and easy-to-use.


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