Bitcoin ATMs have already been installed in other countries, predominately in the U.S. and Western European countries like the U.K., the Netherlands and Spain.
"There has been a focus on bitcoin and Greece and the economic instability there," Akif Khan, chief commercial officer at digital commerce company, Bitnet, told CNBC on Wednesday.
"So in one sense it will be an interesting experiment to see if Greeks do gravitate towards bitcoin as one of the tools in their financial toolkit to try and cope."
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Belfast-based Khan added that Greece's regulatory environment was conducive to introducing ATMs.
"In principle, putting bitcoin ATMs into Greece is just as feasible as in any other European country… Greece does not have a prohibitive regulatory environment in this regard," he told CNBC.