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PLATTSBURGH, N.Y., April 24, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- via OTC PR WIRE -- Cryptocurrency services startup, Coin Citadel (OTC: CCTL) is pleased to announce that it has received a purchase order for 80 Bitcoin ATM Machines priced at $6,800 a unit. The total price of the order is $1,360,000 million. The company will begin the installation process of its Bitcoin ATM Machines at the Woodland Hills, California corporate headquarters of CrowdGather, Inc. (CRWG) next week. The ATM Machines are the Satoshi1 cryptocurrency vending unit manufactured by San Diego based, Genesis Coin (https://bitcoinatm.com/).
"We are very excited to announce this massive purchase order, the location of the Bitcoin ATM Machines next week can be found at the offices of CrowdGather, a social media and gaming company in Los Angeles," said Thomas Pillsworth, Coin Citadel's CEO. "CrowdGather will offer access to our machines for any visitors seeing to purchase bitcoins from us, but we also intend to host semi-regular meetups at their offices in order to develop ties to bitcoin developers and startups that we intend to partner with."
Thomas continued, "This installation next week will represent the launch of our activities while we prepare for the filings we must complete in order to receive our MTB license. Once these applications are accepted, we intend to reopen our leading edge online exchange platform, Bitcoiner7. We have also started acquiring other bitcoin assets including hard drives with inaccessible or corrupted bitcoins. Our goal is to use our Bitcoiner7 exchange, and our physical network of ATM locations to serve as the core of all of our bitcoin initiatives while we continue to pursue opportunities that will also allow our company to accumulate a sizeable position in cryptocurrencies on behalf of our shareholders."
About Coin Citadel, Inc.
Coin Citadel, Inc. is incorporated in the State of Nevada. We are a development stage cryptocurrency services company that plans to engage both as an online bitcoin exchange as well as an owned and operated network of physical bitcoin ATM machines that will serve as physical locations to connect with our exchange when it comes online.
Coin Citadel, Inc. owns Bitcoiner7.com (https://coincitadel.net/) which is one of the oldest and most established Bitcoin businesses in operation today, having developed a reputation based on reliability and stability, allowing users to trade with confidence. Bitcoiner7 is a functional Bitcoin exchange allowing buyers and sellers to meet in a secure cyber marketplace. The fully functional platform is currently signing up members and will launch in the USA after it obtains the required MTB (money transmitter) License. Coin Citadel will also ultimately operate Bitcoin ATM's connecting bitcoiner7.com members with ATM/cash conversion and withdraw convenience.
Additionally, Coin Citadel intends to seek other opportunities to provide services and resources to the high growth, rapidly evolving cryptocurrency landscape.
About CrowdGather, Inc.
With its growing portfolio of special interest forums and enthusiast message board communities, CrowdGather has created a centralized network to benefit forum members, forum owners, and forum advertisers. CrowdGather provides a highly interactive and informational social network for members, a management and revenue-sharing resource for third-party forum owners, and a largely untapped advertising network for marketers worldwide.
CrowdGather subsidiary, Plaor, a company that specializes in developing highly scalable multi-platform games, is located in the heart of Boston's fast growing Innovation District. Plaor produces Mega Fame Casino, an innovative and highly rated social casino available on iOS, Android & desktop. With over 20 employees, the Plaor team is a mix of rising-star newcomers and widely-recognized game development veterans from companies including Rockstar Games, Turbine, Harmonix, Irrational Games, Nanigans, Sony Online Entertainment, ThoughtWorks, THQ, and Caesars Interactive Entertainment.
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Thomas Pillsworth, CEO