5 Most Popular Bitcoin ATMs in the World: Lamassu, General Bytes, Genesis Coin Bitaccess, Sumo ATM

The 5 Most Popular Cryptocurrency ATMs In The World

Even though the crypto market overall looks bearish, the increase of crypto ATMs is on the rise. However, according to research done by Coin ATM Radar, the number of crypto ATMs has surpassed 4,000. Not only that, but there are also lots of crypto-ATM producers in the world today able to make the purchase of these ATMs possible.

Furthermore, before getting a crypto ATM and having it installed, you need to know about the laws in the country and also making sure the location has of visitors that will be able to use the ATM. Once you have considered all these, it is now possible to get an ATM installed in your location. Without much ado, here are the five most popular cryptocurrency ATMs in the world.

General Bytes

General Bytes is a Prague–based company that sells ATM machines. No doubts, it is one of the most prominent ATM makers in the world. However, this company prides itself as the first ATM provider to include the near field communication (NFC) technology to its machines.

General Bytes ATMs come in 2 different options: Batm 2 and Batm 3.

It is necessary to know that Batm 2 has two forms: classic and large (both prices are $3,249 and $3,999). On the other hand, the Batm 3 series comes in 4 different forms/models, and their prices range from $7500 to $9,500. General Bytes supports more than 40 digital assets. Right now, this ATM is located in more than 1000 places worldwide


Lamassu is another popular crypto ATM brand in the world. This company – based in Israel – has been manufacturing ATMs for years. However, Lamassu was the first producer of the two-way ATM that allows the buy and sell Bitcoins. This ATM comes in 4 different models which are Douro II, Sintra Forte Cryptomat, Sintra two-way, and the Gaia. These models range from $4,083 to $10,100.

It is important to know that Lamassu supports more than 40 cryptocurrencies including LTC, DASH, and ZEC. At the moment, you can find Lamassu ATMs in more than 400 locations worldwide

Genesis Coin

Genesis Coin is one of the best in the industry; this is due to the fact it offers a wide range of exciting features such as Bill validator, EMV card reader, and a high-definition camera.

Genesis coin comes in 2 different models: Genesis 1, a two-way machine which is $14,500 and the smaller Satoshi 1 model which is $6,800. The Genesis Coin supports more and 50 cryptocurrencies today. This ATM can be found in more than 1000 locations worldwide, according to Coinatmradar.com.


Bitaccess is a Canadian-based company that offers cryptocurrency ATMs. The company offers two types of ATM models:  BTM C which costs $6,000 and the BTM SE which costs $8,000.

BTM C is an entry-level device, while the BTM SE offers greater security for more significant organizations. These ATMs support fiat currencies, but the BTM C  and BTM SE supports major cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Litecoin, and Bitcoin Cash. This ATM has been installed in more than 300 locations worldwide.

Sumo ATM

Sumo is also known as Bitxatm, and it comes in 2 models: Sumo ATM V.4S and the White label. Sumo V.4S costs $6,700 while the White Label is $55,600.

The SUMO ATM V.4S is made up of great designs, and it also has a plug and plays feature. This ATM also supports major cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin.

On the other hand, the White Label ATM is a little bit similar to the SUMO V.4S. Buyers of the ATM have the opportunity to add their logos at the backend and get their custom features personalized. This ATM supports lots of cryptocurrencies. At the moment, Sumo ATMs are found in more than 70 locations.

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