In what looks set to become a global first, the auction house is preparing to put the crypto up for public sale later this month.
The Financial Services and Markets Authority (FSMA) has added an additional 14 sites to its list, which now runs to a total of 113.
Data released by Statista showed that as of August, Amsterdam is leading the race with about 12 crypto ATMs installed, while Luxembourg is lagging behind despite it being a global center of traditional finances.
The list, posted by Belgium's Financial Services and Markets Authority (FSMA), includes no less than 78 cryptocurrency platforms—28 of which added only on Tuesday.
In a bid to explore how blockchain technology can be used for intellectual property (IP) rights enforcement, European Union (EU) agencies are organizing a “Blockathon” event in Brussels in June.