Bitcoin ATM

Take Advantage of a Growing Business Opportunity: Bitcoin ATM

Now is your chance to get in on the emerging cryptocurrency ATM market.  That’s right. Now is the time to invest in a Bitcoin ATM.

They’re springing up all over the world. As a matter of fact, as of April 2018, 2,662 Bitcoin ATM’s had been installed in various locations around the globe. What’s more, as of this writing, there were 44 Bitcoin ATM’s in Australia alone, according to FindBitcoinATM.

In early 2015, according to Coin ATM Radar, there were only 119 Bitcoin ATM’s in the U.S. Therefore, it’s easy to see that their popularity is rapidly growing. Moreover, as the market continues to grow, your income will grow with it.


Efficient and Secure

Bitcoin ATM’s offer an efficient and secure way to buy and sell bitcoins. Are you new to cryptocurrency? Then check out ATM Marketplace, an ATM industry resource. They have released a 40-page guide that explores every aspect of this business opportunity. The report is entitled “Bitcoin ATM’s 101: Opportunities for the IAD.” (IAD stands for independent ATM deployment.) The guide explains all you need to know about Bitcoin ATM’s. This includes Bitcoin basics and issues. It also discusses the different types of cryptocurrency ATM’s.

The guide also summarizes ATM’s from eight of the largest Bitcoin ATM manufacturers. These are: BitAccess,, Coin Outlet, General Bytes, Genesis Coin, Lamassu, Robocoin and Skyhook. It also explains the different ID verification processes.

For existing ATM operators, Bitcoin offers an opportunity to generate additional revenue streams at their ATM’s. They can do this by installing Bitcoin software. This will allow them to provide Bitcoin in addition to traditional currency.

Bitcoin ATM’s Offer High Income Potential

The income potential for these ATM’s is high. For example, Bitcoin transaction fees for buying and selling at Bitcoin ATM’s is six percent. In addition to transaction fees, operators can make money on currency “float.” This means that Bitcoin operators can sell Bitcoin at a higher price than they paid for it.

According to the guide, prime locations are reporting high monthly transaction volumes. These range from $70,000 to $300,000. Surprisingly, some operators have been covering the cost of their machines in only three to nine months.

Therefore, if you think Bitcoin ATM operating sounds like the right business opportunity for you, download the guide for free here.