Warning: Bitcoin ATM is removed from this location.
Literally never works, camera doesn't work and I think it isn't connected to wifi. Don't bother asking staff for help, as the space is just rented
Thank you for your update. We will investigate your comments immediately. We can see this machine has been used many times today so it definitely is working in general, however we will check the internet service and camera. Thanks again. In the future if you contact us directly using the number on the machine or the instant chat service on our website we can fix a temperamental machine remotely.
Machine is never working when i go really annoying
Machine is now online.
Smooth and fast transaction, Quite high fee though.
Operator's name: SatoshiPoint
Support phone: 020-3026-6037, 020-3026-6038
Support email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Information for customers:If you should experience a problem during your transaction get in touch by email or phone.Leave your NAME, RECEIPT NUMBER, WALLET ADDRESS, SP ATM LOCATION and HOW MUCH BITCOIN / MONEY was involved.One of our team will get back to you as soon as possible.
Operator's working hours:Lines are open:Mon-Fri: 10am - 7pmSat: 10am - 4pmSun: phone lines are closed
On the map: All SatoshiPoint bitcoin ATM locations
City: London, UK
Location: N1 Mailbox
Business phone:Show number →020 3086 7796IMPORTANT! In case of issues or questions about bitcoin ATM – please contact operator instead.
Address:275 New N RdLondon N1 7AAUnited Kingdom
Open hours:Mon-Fri: 10:00 am – 6:00 pmSun: Closed
ATM Type: General Bytes
Direction: Fiat ⇄ Crypto
Fees: Buy 7.1% from BitcoinAverage
Limits: Buy: GBP 2000/txn, Daily: GBP 24000
Limits and verifications:
£0 - 500 No verification£501 - 1000 ID scan verification
Bitcoin ATM is installed at N1 Mailbox in London, UK.You can buy and sell bitcoins for cash here.
WARNING! Have you been suggested a job opportunity and then asked to send bitcoins using ATM? Or found a great deal, e.g. car on craiglist, and was asked to pay in bitcoins using ATM? You are highly likely a victim of a scam. Read FAQ for details!