The market demand for cryptocurrency ATMs has grown quickly. Cryptocurrency homeowners want ATMs to shortly alternate and spend their invested money when they should, and the competitors between cryptocurrency ATM suppliers is heating up.
Cryptocurrency ATMs: The Stats
The variety of Bitcoin ATMs quadrupled throughout 2017 in response to Statista and remains to be rising.
The primary cryptocurrency ATM was put in in a espresso store in Vancouver in 2013 and, in response to information from coinatmradar.com, there at the moment are 3502 Bitcoin ATMs in operation globally.
Over half of present cryptocurrency ATMs help at the least one altcoin in addition to Bitcoin. 49% provide Litecoin transactions and 32% provide Ethereum. The common payment for utilizing a cryptocurrency ATM transaction is round eight%.
Cryptocurrency ATM makers are thriving, opening up an additional new channel for cryptocurrency buyers and capital influx to the cryptocurrency ecosystem.
Genesis Coin has a 33% share of the ATM market adopted by Common Bytes at 26%. Common Bytes says it has offered 1,700 ATMs in 53 nations, since 2014. EasyBit, based in 2013, has 60 ATMs in operation.
Coinatmradar estimates new cryptocurrency ATMs are being put in across the globe at a price of almost 9 per day. At this price, there might be almost 5000 cryptocurrency ATMs in operation by the top of 2018.