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So I had a 75$ order in order to get the amount of bitcoins I needed I had spent over 120$ at the atm just to get the 75$ worth of bitcoin into my wallet anyone who can help me out would really help I got the basics but have to use an atm because I can't find a website that allows you to buy bitcoin thru a prepaid debit card
Need help on finding bitcoin atm that can buy AND sell
Does anyone know where I can find a bidirectional bitcoin atm (meaning you can both buy / sell bitcoin). I’ve been using an atm from the company “coin flip” but sadly you can only buy bitcoin, not sell 😭. Any bitcoin atm brand / company name would be greatly appreciated!! The reason why I use an atm in the first place is because I don’t have a bank account (not 18) and my parents aren’t willing to buy bitcoin for me.
I'm working on getting a ATM in my city near the border of germany in the Netherlands. Ive contacted other busnisses around town who own a bitcoin ATM in stores (Some of them got a ATM because they got asked by clients in another country). I'm likely going to buy a GB Gereral Batmthee ATM in the near future since it's a pretty nice design and cheap. The reason I invest is because I also wanne make money like everyone wants to do, but I mostly wanne spread awareness. I also wanne buy a second ATM if my investment works after maybe 2/3 years. Should I invest? What Is your experience with ATM? Do you own one and does it make alot of profit in the long-term? (Dutch comments would be great!)
Im having trouble to but this into words, but to sum it up. Is it safe for me to get bitcoin from an ATM as a 16 year old with a debit card? I get by my "course". And can i use the bitcoin gotten from the ATM to buy things online without being tracked? And how would i go about getting bitcoin, because when i tried to make an account online for bitcoin, they needed 18+ verification through photograph of my passport... Can i just go to an atm and get some bitcoin and use it simple as that online to order things? I feel like im missing something. Here is the ATM closest to me. Can i use it as an underage?
Hello, I am seeking information about how Bitcoin ATMS work. I noticed one in my local mall + I was wondering if anybody knows how you purchase bitcoin from them? Can I use a debit card? + How do I get the bitcoin to my wallet? Just trying to start a Bitcoin discussion, how about Bitcoin ATMS? Do you think we will soon have ETH ATMS and more companies supporting Bitcoin payment? Times feel like we are on the brink of a breakthrough, has Bitcoin always felt like that?
A Bitcoin ATM is a physical terminal used to exchange fiat currencies for Bitcoin and/or other cryptocurrencies. Some Bitcoin ATMs or sometimes referred to as BTMs for Bitcoin Teller Machine and are capable of making two-way exchanges so you can either buy or sell bitcoin for fiat at a physical terminal. What is a Bitcoin ATM? Bitcoin ATM (abbreviated as BATM) is a kiosk that allows a person to buy Bitcoin using an automatic teller machine. Some Bitcoin ATMs offer bi-directional functionality enabling both the purchase of Bitcoin as well as the sale of Bitcoin for cash. However, with bitcoin ATMs and point-of-sale teller services, these individuals can instantly take their paper money to the machine and exchange it for a different payment source: bitcoin. And like that, the underbanked have a new tool in their toolkit. Now they can access a new, modern payment source that will give them more freedom as a consumer. 3. Best Bitcoin ATMs General Bytes. General Bytes, a Czech based company, is the world’s largest Bitcoin, Blockchain and Cryptocurrency ATM manufacturer. The company has sold over 2500 machines in over 60 countries. Their Bitcoin ATMs can support over 120 different fiat currencies and over 60 different cryptocurrencies. Some Bitcoin ATMs also let you sell bitcoins, so you would send bitcoins to the machine and the Bitcoin ATMs would spit out cash. Why Use a Bitcoin ATM? Bitcoin ATMs are a good way to buy bitcoins if you have one near you. You can use Coin ATM Radar's map to find locations. Delivery of bitcoins with Bitcoin ATMs is instant, so you get your ...
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