No cash or cash withdrawals are disabled currently, you can still buy bitcoins here.
Would not accept $100 bills. All my bills were brand new $100.00 bills and it kept sending them back out. Tried a number of bills and didn't take a single one. No one there knew anything about how to use the machine so couldn't get any help with it. Would take a very long time if I had to use 20's.
Hello! Yes this machine was actually out of bitcoins today - it wasn't a machine malcfuntion per se -, that's why it wasn't accepting your $100 bills, we apologize for the inconvenience, this machine will be available early tomorrow for regular use.
as of 10:00PM monday march 6 2017 this bitcoin atm is out of bitcoins and can only give u cash for bitcoins (withdrawl) PLEASE refill i walked all the way there for nothing!
cant they refill it remotely?! how can it ever be out of bitcoins?? thats just terrible business
My apologies, yesterday we ran out of Bitcoins for a few hours due to higher demand. It is not normal but it might happen sometimes. We have already refilled the atms and they are ready to be used again.
Have a great day!
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City: San Diego
Location: Lestat's Hillcrest
Address:1047 University AveSan Diego, CA 92103USA
ATM Type: Genesis Coin
Direction: Fiat ⇄ Crypto
Fees: Buy 19-21% (tiered), Sell 10.1% from BitcoinAverage
Limits: Buy: $90000/txn, Sell: $90000/txn, Daily: $90000
Bitcoin ATM is installed at Lestat's Hillcrest in San Diego.You can buy and sell bitcoins for cash here.
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