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.
- It only works in Canada
- You get slugged twice. First for the Flexepin voucher, then for the exchange fees and margin at the BTM.
- Transactions are limited unless you supply ID.
- Do you really want to use a device with a built in camera and fingerprint scanner?
We have shitty methods of getting bitcoin in Australia too. I can buy them at any newsagent if I’m willing to sell my soul to the devil.
Honestly, some of you guys need to grow a brain.
the bitaccess machines i have came across didn’t have built in cameras and didn’t need a fingerprint,phone or id.
coinstash how about contributing some actual positive discussion vs trolling on topics
Please let us stay respectful and friendly even if there is disagreement.
@ateoffofbitcoin How about not opening dozens of topics about alternative payment methods without first doing the basic research. And btw I don’t need to justify my contributions to the project to you.
i have done plenty of research how about not shooting off your chicken chokers before you realize what area i am trying to contribute to