It is not surprising that there are always more ATMs that provide cryptocurrencies worldwide. These virtual currencies are seeing a new wave of popularity in recent weeks, largely motivated by the record valuation of Bitcoin, which hit an all-time high of over $ 58,000.
Spain is the fifth country in the world with the most cryptocurrency ATMs installed
Bitcoin may be the most popular cryptocurrency, but it’s not the only one out there. There are hundreds of them – so-called altcoins – and there are also less volatile currencies like stablecoins. More and more people are investing in them and working with them. This also leads to a greater demand for cryptocurrency ATMs that can withdraw money in these currencies.
There is already a number close in the world, according to a report from Coin ATM Radar 16,000 ATMs with cryptocurrency. It is true that much of this is in the United States, where there are more than 12,900, but these donors are popping up in other areas as well.
In Canada, for example, there are already 1,152 ATMs with cryptocurrency. This makes the country the second largest in the world with the most donors. Spain ranks fifth worldwide with 102 cryptocurrency ATMs and is only surpassed by Great Britain (with 211) and Austria (with 149).
According to Coin ATM Radar, there are already fewer than a hundred institutions with ATMs for cryptocurrencies in other countries, such as Switzerland (with 98), Hong Kong (with 79), Poland (with 71), the Czech Republic (with 69) and Romania (at 65)
Statista used this information to create a chart that highlights that 90.3% of the total number of cryptocurrency ATMs worldwide are in North America, while Europe, the second largest continent in the world, has 8% of total cryptocurrency ATMs on the the whole world.