Warning: Bitcoin ATM is removed from this location.
Casino has been closed for at least 2 days. I have no idea what's going on
Went to Lucky Dragon at 5;45am and machine was temporarily unavailable.
We are very sorry for the inconvenience. The machine is up and running now. If the the Lucky Dragon is not the closest location, we have other machines located across the valley. Please look at our website for more information.
Rip off!!!! Attempted to buy $220 worth and at $20 it stated I had exceeded my limit. From $20 that I purchased I received $12.95!!??
Be careful when purchasing small amounts. Bitcoin miners fee can be a large percentage of small transactions during times of network congestion. Coin Cloud sends a priority miners fee with all transactions to ensure a quick confirmation in customer wallets. Thanks
Quick, safe, HIGH fees, but worth it for the convenience. Low purchase limit without optional ID verification. Right next to the "dragon club" rewards center
You can not sell btc. It says "out of service" after phone number vertification.
Thanks. Yes this machine currently ran out of cash to dispense. We are still selling bitcoin. We have many machines nearby. Feel free to email or call us for a nearby machine with a balance for withdrawal. Info@coincloudnv.com or 1 (877) 211-4853
Quick in and out at casino valet. Just told them I was using bitcoin machine. Cool and new casino. Happy to see bitcoin here.
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Support phone: (702) 907-6268
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Information for customers:We are looking for more 24hr businesses to host a Bitcoin ATM.$1,000 finder's fee for securing a new location. $350/month for hosting a BTM.
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City: Las Vegas
Location: Lucky Dragon Casino
Address:300 W Sahara AveLas Vegas, NV 89102United States
ATM Type: BitAccess
Direction: Fiat ⇄ Crypto
Fees: Operator disabled reporting
Bitcoin ATM is installed at Lucky Dragon Casino in Las Vegas.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!