Tested. Works very fast. Tested for selling of 5000 KC and 25000 KC with phone number verification.
The smallest selling and buying fee in Czech Republic < 2 %.
Sold BTC a couple times without any issues. Even when I set low fees and the tx took 8 hours to confirm, I was able to come back later and get the money.
Nice and intuitive. At the time of writing, accepts BTC, LTC, DASH. Fees are 1.5%. BTC has additional fee of 150 CZK because of the slow network. Daily limits are around 10,000 EUR.
Not working. Without any reason. Offline. Noone around knows reason
Machine is not working atmo. Reported as "PORUCHA".
Vyprodano. kazdy den. Vyprodano. nemaji bitcoiny, jenom bankomaty. :(
Broken. Does not work. Support does not answer phone ever.
vyprodano - sold out! no bitcoins :( and GB won't answer telephone. Don't bother going- Avoid.
The machine is there and the staff at Alza claim that it is operational. However, there were no Bitcoins left to buy on this machine on December 16th, 2017.
It works, but ATM is without papers for printed QR codes - you dont give a ticket with adress to send BTC to sell.
hey guys, made a buy order today (12.11.2017 at about 10 am) - now its almost 3 pm and I still have nothing:/ Checked the address twice - on the receipt AND in my app - everything ok - and nothing.
Tried to sell to get some CZK but it is now buy only.
The best course in Prague, every other BTM have 4-8 %, this have 1-2 %!
Operator's name: GENERAL BYTES SERVICES s.r.o.
Support phone: +420225852048
Support email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Business phone:Show number →+420 225 340 111IMPORTANT! In case of issues or questions about bitcoin ATM – please contact operator instead.
Address:Jateční 1530/33170 00 Praha 7-HolešoviceCzechia
ATM Type: General Bytes
Direction: Fiat ⇄ Crypto
Fees: Buy 1.8%, Sell 2.2% from BitcoinAverage
Limits: Buy: CZK 100000/txn, Daily: CZK 300000
Bitcoin machine is installed at Alza.cz in Prague.You can buy and sell bitcoins for cash here.
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