Crypto ATMs are growing in popularity as numerous manufacturers have helped make these machines much more accessible.
The World’s Top Crypto ATM Providers:
The firm was the first to create a two-way ATM that allows people to not only purchase cryptocurrencies like bitcoin but sell the virtual assets as well.
Lamassu currently manufactures four different models: the Douro II ($5,887), the Sintra Forte Cryptomat ($10,084), the Sintra two-way ($8,509), and the recently launched Gaia ($4,183).
Lamassu calls the Gaia a “bare bones cryptomat” that still uses high-end components that are manufactured in the same Portuguese facility as the co’s other models. As far as local fiat currencies, Lamassu ATMs support nearly every major currency in the world and the currencies can be configured before shipping. At the moment Lamassu machines also support LTC, BCH, BTC, ZEC, DASH, and ETH. According to the data site Coinatmradar.com, Lamassus can be found at 437 different locations.
General Bytes has been selling cryptocurrency ATMs since 2015 and is one of the most popular device makers worldwide. The Prague-based company has machines in more than 60 countries and was the first ATM provider to add near field communication (NFC) technology to its products.
Coinatmradar.com says that there are roughly 1,394 General Bytes machine locations.
The company has two machines for sale: the Batm Two and the Batm Three. The Batm Two can be purchased in two options: the ‘classic’ ($3,259) and the ‘large’ ($3,999). The Batm Three series can be bought in four different models that range in price between $7,599 and $9,599 and that does not include accessories. General Bytes machines accept nearly every major fiat currency and 50+ cryptocurrencies are also supported.
Genesis Coin is another popular machine used by a wide range of cryptocurrency ATM providers. The company sells two models: the Genesis 1 two-way machine ($14,600), and the smaller Satoshi 1 model ($6,900) which can be configured to a two-way device.
Each machine delivered has a lead time of 7-14 business days. Genesis 1 comes with features like a bill validator, barcode scanner, thermal printer, EMV card reader, optional fingerprint reader, as well as a high definition camera.
The Genesis 1 machine is pretty big, measuring 30″ wide, 24″ deep, 56″ tall and weighs about 300 lbs. The smaller Genesis machine the Satoshi 1 measures only 18″ wide, 23″ deep, 65″ tall and weighs roughly 295 lbs. According to Coinatmradar.com, Genesis machines can be found in 1,483 locations.
The co offers two types of models: the Btm C ($6,000), and the Btm SE ($8,000). The Btm C is an entry-level model two device with a 19” touchscreen and customers must order a minimum of two machines. The special order Btm SE is a high-security configuration that’s ideal for large deployments, explains Bitaccess.
These machines allow support for a variety of fiat currencies, but the Btm C and the Btm SE support BTC, LTC, BCH, ETH, ZEC, and a few other coins.
Currently, Bitaccess ATMs can be found in 259 locations worldwide.
Sumo ATM or Bitxatm:
Sumo ATM (Bitxatm) is a popular machine provider that sells two types of product series: Sumo ATM V.4S ($6,694), and the White Label ($55,579). The V.4S series is made from industrial-grade components and the design makes it easy to fit into small places.
According to Sumo, the plug and play setup process is easy and takes only 20 minutes to set up. Sumo ATM V.4S allows for the use of a variety of cryptocurrencies including BTC, LTC, BCH, ETH, and XMR.
The White Label series really isn’t a different model; rather, it’s an order of ten Sumo ATM V.4S being sold for a bulk rate.
With the White Label deal, people who purchase the package get to include their logo on the background, feature personalized menus and interactive elements, use specially designed paper rolls, or support multiple resellers and currencies. There are 59 locations across the globe that host Sumo machines.