Use this map to help find Bitcoin ATM locations. This map can show you a variety of things including the fee %, location, nearby amenities, type of machine, and type of transaction. If you have used an ATM and would like to add information about any of the things please use the ‘Report ATM’ button. If you are the owner of an ATM and would like the power to edit your location you can either contact us at adam@bitcoinATMmap.com, or simply use the ‘Own This Business’ button on your ATM location after you have made an account.
Please Note that if you have a location for your Bitcoin ATM, but it has not been set up yet write a ‘coming soon’ tag in the location section. If an ATM is posted early without the tag it runs the risk of confusing customers and hurting your rating.
It’s gotten easier and easier to use bitcoin ATM’s since they first came about. Currently there are more than 20 different styles of bitcoin ATM, but the general principal of how to use one of them remains the same.
Depending on local AML (Anti-money laundering) laws, a bitcoin ATM may require some sort of verification. This step is optional, and the types of verification or limits may change depending on local laws. Typically this step will require a valid drivers license, although a passport can be used in most cases as well.
When buying bitcoin from an ATM you will need to provide a valid bitcoin address. It’s best to come prepared with one for the ATM to scan, but some ATM’s can print one and e-mail it to you as needed.
Give the ATM your cash.
Confirm that you have received your BTC, it might take some time for your transaction to be confirmed depending on how busy the network is…so always save your receipt.