Amsterdam’s Airport Helps Travelers Swap Leftover Euros for Bitcoin, Ethereum

Amsterdam’s international airport, Schipol, has installed a cryptocurrency ATM that lets passengers convert their euros into bitcoin or ethereum.

In an announcement on Wednesday, the airport revealed it is assessing demand for the two most prominent cryptocurrencies among passengers over a six-month trial in an initiative that is the first of its kind in any European airport.

The ATM is strategically located near the airport’s departures terminal, enabling outbound travelers to convert the remainder of their euros into the two largest cryptocurrencies by market cap. Specifically, the crypto ATM is installed in Arrival Hall 2 which is also accessible by the corridor to Departure Halls 1 and 2 where departing passengers frequent.


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