Receive all Cointelegraph news immediately in Telegram.
A Bitcoin ATM is a device that allows a person to exchange bitcoins and cash without the need for a human to facilitate the transaction. There are two primary types of Bitcoin ATMs. The basic units allow the customer to only buy Bitcoins. The more complex machines will let a person buy as well as sell bitcoins via the machine. The first BTM was installed in October 2013, in a coffee shop in Vancouver, Canada.
A comprehensive solution for bridging the gap between fiat and cryptocurrencies
The Nigerian government is adopting an open and friendly approach to Blockchain and Bitcoin regulation, making it a leader in Blockchain adoption in Africa.
Dash Conference 2017 was successful and gave a sneak peak of future integrations
Dmitry Pluschevsky, CEO of GoldMint talks about asset-backed crypto and a machine that can change the way we think of the precious metal.
LocalCoinATM, the Ontario-based bitcoin and Ethereum ATM manufacturer, has installed its first batch of Ethereum ATM in Canada.
Austrac, Australia’s financial crime control agency, has alleged that the Commonwealth Bank of Australia had delayed or failed to report more than 50,000 cases ...
Oklahoma will debut on the Bitcoin ATM scene as Coinsource installs the state’s first machine in Oklahoma City.
LocalCoinATM now supports Litecoin transactions in Toronto.
More than 70% of the 650 ATMs in three south Indian provinces are without cash as last November’s reforms continue to impact the public.
In early December 2013 Target suffered a cyber attack and as a result 40 million credit card accounts were compromised, including mine.
Bitcoin ATM manufacturer Lamassu Bitcoin Ventures partners up with IdentityMind Global to offer integrated Anti-Money Laundering and Compliance platform within ...
On Wednesday, October 15, Andrew Wilkinson was out of patience. He and his business partner had ordered a Robocoin ATM to place in a pub in Canada...
French startup MineOnCloud will soon introduce the third Bitcoin ATM in the country.
The CEO of Switzerland’s Bitcoin Suisse said his company had been approved by government regulators to start operating Bitcoin ATMs in the country
Bitcoin Central, a New Zealand ATM operator, abruptly announced the closure of its facility and sale of its equipment this week.
For updates and exclusive offers, enter your e-mail below.
Thank you for contacting us! We will reply to you as soon as possible.
Thank you for your interest in our franchise program.
We are considering your request and will contact you in due course. If you have any further queries, please contact: