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Coinsource Tops 200 Bitcoin ATMs in the US

Coinsource has announced its 200th Bitcoin ATM. Coinsource reports that it recently added 17 new machines in Florida, thus surpassing the 200 machine mark. Using the Coinsource ATMs, users my purchase up to $5000 worth of Bitcoin at a time. CEO Sheffield Clark explained they… Read More

Bitcoin ATM Network Increases Daily Withdrawal Limit to $5000

Coinsource, a company that claims the title of the world’s largest Bitcoin ATM network, has increased the withdrawal amount to $5,000 USD. Coinsource says this comes in response to growing demand for more ATMs and the company’s growing presence in Mid-Atlantic states, including Delaware, Pennsylvania,… Read More

Coinsource Goes to Washington, Bitcoin ATMs Now Available in 18 States

Coinsource, claiming the world’s largest Bitcoin ATM network title, will expand into the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. Coinsource will install 20 machines across the District of Columbia and Maryland after receiving significant demand from Bitcoin users and local merchants. This installation caps follows a successful… Read More

Coinsource Branches Out into Massachusetts, Little Rhody & New Hampshire: Wicked Awesome

Coinsource, reportedly the world’s largest Bitcoin ATM network, has expanded its services to the Northeast, unveiling 10 new machines in Massachusetts, Rhode Island and New Hampshire.  The introduction, due to increasingly high-demand from Bitcoin users, comes two weeks after Coinsource made the pivot from using… Read More

Armed with New In-House Software, Coinsource Seeks Global Bitcoin ATM Expansion

Coinsource, a Bitcoin ATM network, has unveiled a new in-house software stack that will significantly improve the user experience at each of their nearly 200 machines across the nation. Previously powered by a third-party software, the new Coinsource proprietary software will reduce Bitcoin transaction delays,… Read More

Coinsource Announces Bitcoin ATM Installation in Oklahoma

Coinsource, a bitcoin ATM network, announced on Thursday its bitcoin ATM installation in Oklahoma State. The company’s new market entrance came in the wake of repeated resident requests for access to bitcoin in Oklahoma City, now the 27th most populous city in the country. The… Read More