No cash or cash withdrawals are disabled currently, you can still buy bitcoins here.
Fast, easy to use. Withdraw after 1 confirmation. Receipt and text updates. Anything above $100 is roughly 5-6% I believe. One of the best atm fee structure I've seen to date.
This atm is offering a rate of $19,500 USD per BTC.
As the current rate is $15,000 USD per BTC, this is a ripoff.
Also after 2 hours of waiting, I received no purchase confirmation email and have received no Bitcoins.
Avoid this machine and buy on Coinbase.com instead.
The first time you make a large purchase we need to verify with you to make sure you are not the victim of any common online scams. Once verified the Bitcoin is sent immediately and you will not need to verify for any future purchases. We had a support representative reach out to you in order to verify the same day. Once you verified with us the Bitcoin was sent to you immediately.
Operator's name: Bitexpress
Support phone: (484) 800-1675
Support email: email@example.com
Location: Memorial Dr Mobil Gas Station
Address:816 Memorial Dr Cambridge, MA 02139USA
ATM Type: Genesis Coin
Direction: Fiat ⇄ Crypto
Fees: Buy 10-20% (tiered), Sell 5-10% (tiered) from BitcoinAverage
Limits: Buy: $10000/txn, Sell: $2980/txn, Daily: $10000
Limits and verifications:
- $1000 per day by entering your SMS phone number on the machine.- $3000 per day with government-issued ID verification and phone number.-$10,000 per day with SSN, government-issued ID verification and phone number. - If you want to buy more than $10,000 contact us and we will manually review your account and increase purchase limits as requested.
Bitcoin ATM is installed at Memorial Dr Mobil Gas Station in Cambridge.You can buy and sell bitcoins for cash here.
On the corner of Memorial Dr and River St right off the turnpikeFree parking on siteBank ATM on site if you need cash
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