Bitcoin DOCUM reported on the 7th (local time) that the number of cryptocurrency ATM devices installed around the world has surpassed 39,000 units.
According to Coin ATM radar data, as of the first week of August, a total of 39,011 cryptocurrency ATMs were installed in 77 countries around the world.
ATM devices handling cryptocurrency increased exponentially from 969 units in January 2017 and less than 10,000 units in September 2020. According to Coin ATM Radar, 14.7 cryptocurrency ATMs are being installed every day as of August 7.
There are 37,081 units, or 95.1 percent, in North America. The U.S. owns 34,299 units, accounting for 87.9%. Canada had a 6.3% ratio of 2,461 units. Europe had a 4.9% share.
Of the 39,011 cryptocurrency ATMs, 38,998 devices support Bitcoin and 33,056 Altcoin. Lightcoin (LTC) is supported at 32,466 units, Ethereum (ETH) at 29,324 units, DOGE at 16,132 units, and Bitcoin Cash at 13,801 units.
Cryptocurrency ATM operators are in the order of Bitcoin Depot (17.7%, 6,896), CoinCloud (5643), CoinFlip (4124), Bitcoin of America (2339), BitStop (1969), and Rocket Coin (1781). Genesis Coin had the highest share of manufacturers at 40.6%. It was followed by General Bytes (22.8%), BitAccess (15.8%), CoinSource (5.2%), BitStop (4.9%), and ByteFederal (2.8%).
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