Over 100 New Bitcoin ATMs Going Live Across 24 US States

The provider, Bitcoin Depot, said it has doubled the number of its crypto kiosks in the last six months.

AccessTimeIconMar 17, 2021 at 1:32 p.m. UTC
Updated May 9, 2023 at 3:17 a.m. UTC

Atlanta-based Bitcoin Depot is launching more than 100 new bitcoin ATMs in the U.S. 

  • In a press release Wednesday, the company said it is launching 115 kiosks across 24 U.S. states including 14 in Alabama, 13 in Minnesota, 12 in Florida and 12 in California in coming weeks.
  • Bitcoin Depot said it has doubled its number of crypto ATMs in the last six months and now has 2,000 ATMs globally.
  • Users can buy bitcoin, litecoin and ethereum via the firm's kiosks.
  • "Cryptocurrency offers a lot of opportunities for people [who] don't have access to traditional financial services, like banks," said the fim's president and CEO, Brandon Mintz. 
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