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Cash2Bitcoin CEO Ayman Rida Explains Why Merchants Set up a Bitcoin ATM, Compliance and Regulation – Interview Bitcoin News

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Established in 2016, Cash2Bitcoin.com is one of the largest and fastest-growing cryptocurrency ATM deployment services in the United States. Cash2Bitcoin.com manages over 1000 locations throughout the country and is rapidly expanding its reach in the market.

Ayman Rida is the CEO of Cash2Bitcoin. He recently joined the Bitcoin.com News Podcast to talk about the business:

Cash2Bitcoin CEO Ayman Rida Explains Why Merchants Set up a Bitcoin ATM, Compliance and Regulation – Interview Bitcoin NewsAyman Rida is a proud father, husband and graduate of the University of Michigan (finance). In 2016, Rida started Cash2Bitcoin.com as a way to provide service in the exciting, and rapidly changing, crypto space. With more than a decade in merchant card services and standard ATM services, Rida saw a wonderful opportunity in crypto — one that would serve a growing need, and one that would ultimately help grow his portfolio. Today, he is the CEO of one of the United States’ largest crypto kiosk deployers.

To learn more about the company visit the website Cash2Bitcoin.com.


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