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According to Coin ATM Radar’s data as of Monday, October 20, there are 273 live BTMs around the world, and that number is growing daily (and at an ever-increasing rate). Below are a few that were installed and began operations last week, starting with the United States, which average one new BTM per day last week.

United States

The new BTMs that went live in the US stretched from coast to coast.

A one-way Lamassu machine that was installed at MultiVerseGamers in Chapel Hill

  • Crispin’s restaurant in Hell’s Kitchen is the site of Manhattan’s second BTM, a Skyhook machine operated by PYC. This is the company’s third BTM. 
  • New Century Imports — in Overland Park, Kansas, a suburb of Kansas City — posted a photo of its one-way Skyhook machine.

One-way Skyhook machine in New Century Imports in Overland Park, Kansas

  • Columbus, Ohio’s Backroom Barbershop unveiled the city’s first BTM, a two-way BitAccess machine operated by Midwest Bitcoin.
  • Rossi’s Pizza & Sports Bar in San Marcos, California, unveiled a one-way Skyhook machine last Thursday. Daily limits are US$1,000.
  • Bad Decisions, a bar in the Fells Point area of Baltimore that already has been accepting Bitcoin for nearly a year, installed a two-way CoinOutlet machine with no fees and no limits. “There are no limits for buy and sell operations, however for buy operations of more than $2,000 and for sell operations of more than $500, the customers are asked to scan ID document,” operator CoinOutlet writes.
  • In Peoria, Arizona, restaurant Cousin Vinny Pizza & Pasta installed a huge two-way RoboCoin machine right by the host stand, operator Fortress BTC announced.

United Kingdom                                  

St. John’s Innovation Center in Cambridge has installed a one-way Lamassu machine. Details regarding fees and limits are forthcoming.

Czech Republic

Cointelegraph’s Diana Ngo reported last Friday on a hacker space in Prague, called Paralelní Polis, which hosts a one-way General Bytes machine.


Bitcoinnect, a distributor of Genesis1 machines in China, Hong Kong and Macau, announced its first machine had gone live on the Mainland, in the city of Zhongshan Shi in Guangdong. According to the company, this is a well-trafficked spot:

“The first Bitcoinnect in the Mainland China is located at Zhongshan Shi, Guangdong Sheng, beside the hot spring district in Zhongshan Shi, one of the most famous sight-seeing spot[s].”

We know the machine handles two-way transactions, but there is no word yet on rates or limits.

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