Bitcoin Automatic Teller Machines

Bitcoin ATMs

What is a Bitcoin ATM?

A Bitcoin ATM (Automated Teller Machine) is a kiosk that allows people to buy and sometimes sell Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies using cash, credit, or debit cards. It operates similarly to a traditional ATM, but instead of depositing or withdrawing cash, it allows users to either purchase Bitcoin which can be sent to a Bitcoin wallet such as the Bitcoin.com Wallet app or, in the case of some Bitcoin ATMs, sell Bitcoin to dispense cash.

Bitcoin ATMs are connected to the Internet, allowing people to connect directly with a Bitcoin exchange for a localized and convenient way to purchase Bitcoin in person. You can find Bitcoin ATM Locations inside of a retail store, shop, tavern, restaurant, mall or airport.

Bitcoin ATM Providers

Bitcoin ATM providers are companies that manufacture, deploy, and sometimes operate Bitcoin ATMs. These companies are responsible for the hardware and software that powers the machines, ensuring that they are secure, user-friendly, and compliant with local regulations. Some providers only focus on the production of the machines, while others might offer a comprehensive service package that includes deployment, maintenance, and regulatory compliance.

Coinhub
Coinhub

Coinhub Bitcoin ATMs allows customers to buy Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash with $25,000 daily limits using physical cash at their machines in over 2,000 physical locations nationwide. Purchases are instant and cryptocurrency is sent directly to your wallet.

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Lowest Fee Bitcoin ATMs
Lowest Fee Bitcoin ATMs

Lowest Fee Bitcoin ATMs offer the ability for users to purchase cryptocurrency with cash at the machine and provide low fees and high purchase limits.

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Byte Federal
Byte Federal

Byte Federal offers Bitcoin ATMs, POS systems, and a secure, non-custodial wallet. We are committed to security, privacy, and financial freedom. Our network of ATMs and suite of tools enables users to buy, sell, and manage their cryptocurrency holdings safely and securely.

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Coinme
Coinme

As the first licensed Bitcoin ATM operator in the US, Coinme powers thousands of convenient and trusted locations around the country to buy and sell crypto with cash. Create your free Coinme wallet today. 

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Cash2Bitcoin
Cash2Bitcoin

Cash2Bitcoin makes it convenient for anyone to buy cryptocurrencies at locations nationwide. The majority of these Bitcoin ATM locations are open 24/7.

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CoinTime
CoinTime

Buy up to $50,000 daily limits of Bitcoin instantly at our CoinTime Bitcoin ATMs. Use our OTC Desk and buy up to $1,000,000 daily with Wire Transfer. Our goal at CoinTime is to make the process of buying bitcoin as fast, easy, and safe as possible.

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Crypto Dispensers
Crypto Dispensers

Our Bitcoin ATM and CDReload locations make it easy to buy Bitcoin quickly and securely with cash. To start, simply locate a Crypto Dispensers location near you.

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Shitcoins.club
Shitcoins.club

The main focus of this large Bitcoin ATM network is customer privacy. AML limits range from 0 EUR to 15,000 EUR depending on regulations. Shitcoins.club is also known for its "No Fee" discounts, which offer better prices than exchanges. They are currently rebranding to Bitomat.

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Bitcoin ATM Map

There are tens of thousands of Bitcoin ATMs worldwide. Use the map to find Bitcoin ATM locations near you.

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How to buy bitcoin from a Bitcoin ATM

Step 1: Get a Bitcoin wallet

When you purchase bitcoin, you need a place to store it. A Bitcoin wallet is a digital tool that allows users to store, send, and receive bitcoin securely. Creating a Bitcoin wallet is as easy as installing an app, like the Bitcoin.com Wallet app, on your mobile device or laptop/desktop. When you install the app, your Bitcoin wallet is automatically created. You can then receive bitcoin to your wallet immediately, store it safely, and use it as you please. Learn more about Bitcoin wallets and how to use them.

Step 2: Find a Bitcoin ATM near you

According to Bitcoin.com Map, there are tens of thousands of Bitcoin ATMs globally. Most of them are in the United States, and there are some countries and regions that don’t have Bitcoin ATMs. Where is a Bitcoin ATM near me?

Step 3: Buy bitcoin from the ATM

The process for buying bitcoin from a Bitcoin ATM is typically something like this:

  1. Enter the amount to purchase. Depending on local regulations and the amount you are purchasing, you may be required to verify your identity.

  2. Provide your Bitcoin wallet address. You will do this by using the Bitcoin ATM's camera to scan the QR code of your Bitcoin wallet address that is displayed in your Bitcoin wallet app. Read more about how to find your Bitcoin wallet address.

  3. Pay. In addition to cash, you may be able to pay with credit card, payment app, etc.

  4. Receive the bitcoin in your Bitcoin wallet. This generally takes a few minutes. The Bitcoin ATM will provide you with a transaction ID that you can use to monitor the status of the purchase. You will see a confirmation in your Bitcoin wallet app when you have received the bitcoin.

How to sell bitcoin from a Bitcoin ATM

The process for buying bitcoin from an ATM is typically something like this:

  1. Enter the amount to sell. Depending on local regulations and the amount you are selling, you may be required to verify your identity.

  2. Send bitcoin to the provided address. The Bitcoin ATM will generate a Bitcoin address for your transaction. You can scan the QR code of the provided address and send the bitcoin to that address using your Bitcoin wallet app. Learn how to securely send bitcoin here.

  3. Take your cash. Once the Bitcoin ATM receives the bitcoin, it will dispense your cash. This generally takes a few minutes, and you can monitor the status of the transaction using your Bitcoin wallet app.

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