A network of crypto-based self-service kiosks to be launched worldwide
KIBIS, a kiosk manufacturer and operating company, has announced plans to develop cryptocurrency-based self-service kiosks for use worldwide.
The kiosks will offer a variety of services and allow users to pay in both cash and most major cryptocurrencies. With KIBIS kiosks, customers will be able to pay for phone and utility bills, air tickets, gaming vouchers, gift cards, and streaming services such as Netflix and Amazon Prime. Kiosks users will also have the opportunity to donate to a variety of charities worldwide.
In conjunction with the company’s initial coin offering (ICO), the public presale for kiosks will begin in December of this year. KIBIS intends to profit through the sale of its machines as well as through an advertising space located above screens. Each kiosk will be equipped with tools used for mining cryptocurrencies, and the company plans to create a mining pool used worldwide.
The kiosks can already be found in Russia, the United Kingdom, the United Arab Emirates, Azerbaijan, Ukraine and other countries spread over Europe. KIBIS plans to release up to 18,000 kiosks across the globe within the next few years, which will promote the further use of cryptocurrencies and provide users with more payment options.