Elon Musk Plays Down Sighting of Bitcoin ATM in Tesla Gigafactory

Elon Musk has expressed doubts about the alleged sighting of a Bitcoin ATM at the Tesla Gigafactory in Nevada.
The ATM is said to have been seen for the first time by Twitter user Will Reeves, who announced on Sunday that he "just came over and saw that @elonmusk has a Bitcoin ATM in the Gigafactory".
The tweet was accompanied by a Google Maps image that revealed the location of the ATM on the north side of the huge factory complex.
According to a Sunday report by Finbold, the ATM was installed by LibertyX in August this year exclusively for the factory's employees.
However, Elon Musk, founder and CEO of Tesla, said he didn't think the claim in a tweet on Monday was "correct". The post Musk replied to has now been deleted, presumably in response to his tweet.
CoinDesk reached out to Tesla for confirmation but hadn't received a response at the time of going to press.
The sighting of Reeves was apparently confirmed to CoinDesk by the Bitcoin ATM operator LibertyX in a direct message: "We have activated three conventional ATMs inside so that employees can use their debit cards and buy Bitcoin."
LibertyX now claims to have over 5,000 crypto ATMs in operation in the U.S., as well as a bitcoin buying service in around 20,000 stores.
See also: The growth of bitcoin ATMs can be a boon to money launderers
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