There are other obstacles standing in the way of Bitcoin becoming a regular option in your local gas station: the cost. Bitcoin ATMs themselves cost as much as $10,000, compared to a few thousand for a regular ATM. And while some let you sell Bitcoin and take cash out, most don’t.
Still, Mintz estimates that his customers put tens of millions of dollars into his machines every year.
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