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Find the quickest and easiest way to purchase and sell Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies using our Bitcoin ATM locator. With just a few clicks, this tool connects you to an extensive network of Bitcoin ATMs (BATMs) near you.


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Safety Notice: Be cautious of scam calls or emails! You cannot pay bills, fines, or fees with Bitcoin (at least nowadays). Never send money to someone you don't know or haven't met in person, and never send money to unfamiliar addresses. Always verify the legitimacy of transactions before proceeding. Scammers may pretend to be from trusted organizations. Confirm the source before taking any action. It is likely a scam if you receive calls demanding you insert cash into an ATM to avoid prosecution or other problems. All Bitcoin transactions are final and cannot be reversed.

Support Notice: GENERAL BYTES does not operate ATMs, and this website is not affiliated with any operator. It's for informational purposes only. If you need to reach the operator of a specific Bitcoin ATM, you can locate that machine on the map and find the contact details. The contact information also should be displayed on the ATM screen or printed on your receipt when you conduct a transaction.

FAQ about Bitcoin ATM map


The Bitcoin ATM map is simple and user-friendly. Start by allowing the app to detect your location. This immediately displays all ATMs within a 75-mile radius. Use the filter section to find specific cryptocurrencies or cash withdrawal options. Each ATM location includes a "Click to navigate" button, which instantly opens Google Maps with directions to your chosen ATM. You'll also find detailed information about each ATM, including the operator's name, logo, website, and social media links. Additionally, you can view supported cryptocurrencies, accepted fiat currencies, and a brief description of the ATM operator.

Currently you can filter the map by these cryptocurrencies: Bitcoin (BTC, on-chain), Bitcoin over Lightning (LBTC), Ether (ETH), USD Coin (USDC), Dogecoin (DOGE), Litecoin (LTC), Ripple (XRP), Monero (XMR), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Shiba Inu (SHIB), Cardano (ADA), Tether USDT (ERC20), Tether USDT (TRC20) and ChainLink (LINK). That doesn't mean that different crypto ATMs support no more coins, they could, but the list is limited here.

Our Bitcoin ATM map covers a vast network of ATMs globally. We currently have ATM locations listed in over 60 countries across North America, Central America, South America, Europe, Asia, Australia, and other regions. The coverage is constantly expanding as more Bitcoin ATMs are deployed worldwide.

Most ATMs will guide you through the process, which typically involves choosing the amount of cash you want to spend, the identification step, scanning a QR code from your cryptocurrency wallet, inserting cash, and confirming the transaction details. The purchased bitcoins will be transferred to your wallet address within several minutes.

Selling bitcoins at an ATM is similar to buying, except for one extra step. The ATM will guide you through the steps. You'll need to choose the amount of cash you want to withdraw and send the bitcoins to the provided address on the screen (QR code). After some time, you will receive an SMS/email with a confirmation that your transaction is confirmed. Now, you can return to the ATM and choose "Redeem ticket" to withdraw cash.

Yes, Bitcoin ATMs allow you to send bitcoins to a hardware wallet, providing an extra security layer. During the purchase process, you'll be prompted to provide the receiving address of your hardware wallet, which you can show from your app or on your device.

While the core functionality of buying and selling bitcoins remains the same, different Bitcoin ATM models may vary regarding user interface (bigger screen) or support of NFC wallets. The main difference is that some models, like BATMTwoUltra, can provide two-way operations, meaning you can buy or sell bitcoins.

Yes, most Bitcoin ATM operators impose certain transaction limits to comply with regulations and manage risks. These limits can be daily, weekly, or monthly maximums for buying or selling cryptocurrency. The limits may vary based on country regulations and range from a few hundred dollars for basic transactions to tens of thousands for fully verified customers.

Bitcoin ATM manufacturer GENERAL BYTES and Bitcoin ATM operators employ various security measures to protect machines and your transactions. These include physical security, software security, KYC/AML compliance, remote monitoring and encrypted communication between ATM and server.

Most operators provide dedicated customer support if you encounter any issues or have questions during a Bitcoin ATM transaction. You can typically find a helpline number displayed directly on the ATM for immediate assistance. Additionally, operators often offer email and phone support options for less urgent inquiries. To see more information about the specific ATM you're using, check our map's location page, where you'll usually find a link to the operator's website. 

Bitcoin ATMs' convenient locations in public places enhance accessibility, allowing more people (especially unbanked) to engage with Bitcoin easily. Depending on the specific location and transaction amount, some Bitcoin ATMs may require less extensive identity verification, potentially offering more privacy than traditional online platforms. Moreover, most Bitcoin ATMs are designed with user-friendly interfaces, simplifying buying and selling cryptocurrency for newcomers and experienced users. These combined benefits make Bitcoin ATMs an attractive option for those looking to interact with digital currencies conveniently and straightforwardly.

Yes, you need a digital wallet to store the cryptocurrencies you purchase. You can use a wallet solution by scanning its QR code at the ATM. You can also create your new wallet using many available mobile applications or hardware devices like Trezor.

The receipt of bitcoins typically depends on network confirmation times. Most transactions are confirmed within 10-30 minutes. Using Bitcoin Lightning, you will receive your bitcoins instantly.

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Find Bitcoin ATMs on the Go

Our Bitcoin ATM map is mobile-responsive, allowing you to locate Bitcoin ATMs conveniently while on the move. The 'Bitcoin ATM near me' map empowers you to buy or sell cryptocurrencies seamlessly, no matter where your adventures take you. Our map will promptly reflect these changes whether new Bitcoin ATMs are installed or existing ones are being relocated.

About the map

Navigating our Bitcoin ATM map is a breeze. Use your geolocation to see ATMs 75 miles around you. You can also enter the address or place name, and a list of nearby Bitcoin ATMs will populate the screen. Each listing provides detailed information, including the operator's name and details, address, hours of operation, supported cryptocurrencies, maximum daily purchase, and ATM type (Buy Only or Buy & Sell).