The number of cryptocurrency ATMs has exceeded 24,000 worldwide. Out of 75 countries with crypto ATMs, the United States tops the list with the most locations.
Over 24,000 cryptocurrency ATMs around the world
- The number of cryptocurrency ATMs has exceeded 24,000 worldwide, according to crypto ATM tracking website Coinatmradar. At the time of writing, the total number of crypto ATMs around the world stands at 24,022 locations.
- The machines are located in 75 countries. The United States tops the list with 21,161 locations, followed by Canada with 1,698 locations and the United Kingdom with 174 locations.
- There are 42 manufacturers of cryptocurrency ATMs. Genesis Coin tops the list with 9,813 machines, followed by General Bytes with 5,720, Bitaccess with 2,766 and Coinsource with 1,684 machines.
- The largest crypto ATM operator out of a total of 617 operators is Bitcoin Depot, which has 3,793 machines, followed by Coin Cloud with 2,629, then Coinflip with 2,498 machines.
- Last week, Circle K, a leading convenience and fuel retailer, announced that it had started rolling out Bitcoin ATMs in its stores in the United States and Canada. More than 700 machines have already been installed in partnership with Bitcoin Depot. “By adding bitcoin ATMs to the company’s stores, Circle K can attract new customers to their stores, provide financial access to underserved communities, and set themselves apart from other retailers with this new technology,” the main operator said. of bitcoin ATMs.
- Recently, a few operators have partnered with celebrities to promote their cryptocurrency ATMs. Coin Cloud has teamed up with award-winning director Spike Lee to produce a short film titled “The Currency of Currency” starring and directed by Lee.
- Coinflip partnered with actor and bitcoin investor Neil Patrick Harris in June for a marketing campaign. “I am happy to partner with them and promote how their ATMs and online trading services work so that more people can access the exciting world of cryptocurrency,” said Harris.
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