Karina Mia with Zoé Mia, 2, load funds into a bitcoin account through a Coinme machine at a mini-mart in Lynnwood. (Kevin Clark / The Daily Herald)

Karina Mia with Zoé Mia, 2, load funds into a bitcoin account through a Coinme machine at a mini-mart in Lynnwood. (Kevin Clark / The Daily Herald)

Why is there a bitcoin ATM at this Lynnwood gas station?

And by the way, what is bitcoin? It’s cryptocurrency backed by nothing — but worth a whole lot.

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