Crypto ATMs flood San Antonio – mySA

These days, people can buy all sorts of things at their local convenience stores: candy, soda, beer, cigarettes — and cryptocurrency via special ATMs.

In October 2019, only 31 Bitcoin ATMs dotted the city. Today, 212 of the machines reside in local gas stations, corner markets and tobacco and liquor stores across the city, according to, a website that tracks digital currency ATMs.

The explosive growth of crypto ATMs in San Antonio, and around the world, is an indicator of the popularity of the highly volatile digital currency that hit its all-time high value of $40,425 for one Bitcoin on Thursday.


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