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How to Easily Find a Bitcoin Cash ATM Near You

Cryptocurrency ATMs are a convenient way to get your hands on digital assets without opening an account with an exchange. Here’s how to easily find an ATM supporting bitcoin cash (BCH) transactions near you, wherever you are in the world.

Also Read: How to Buy Pizza With Bitcoin Cash

Put BCH ATMs on Your Radar

There are more than 1,600 ATMs that offer the buying or selling of bitcoin cash (BCH) all around the globe. To find your nearest location, you can check out Coin ATM Radar, a service that lists and maps the cryptocurrency kiosk machines. Besides the website, the platform includes an app for iOS and Android mobile devices so you can find a BCH ATM right on your phone.

How to Easily Find a Bitcoin Cash ATM Near You

If you know of a bitcoin cash kiosk which is not listed on Coin ATM Radar you can submit the location to be added to the service. And if you find out that no such machine exists in your area, you can even go one step further and order one from one of the many cryptocurrency ATM providers that support BCH and go into the business yourself.

Have you used a cryptocurrency ATM to buy bitcoin cash? Share your experience in the comments section below.


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Avi Mizrahi

Avi Mizrahi is an economist and entrepreneur who has been covering Bitcoin as a journalist since 2013. He has spoken about the promise of cryptocurrency and blockchain technology at numerous financial conferences around the world, from London to Hong-Kong.