Warning: Bitcoin ATM is removed from this location. It has been moved to Casino Gourmet Deli.
Worked fine, a little slow
best location hands down
20% fees. this is ridiculous
Operator's name: Cottonwood Vending
Support phone: (917) 789-5251
Support email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Information for customers:For any help required with transactions involving our kiosks, we offer free assistance via SMS, voice, and email. To get the best service possible, leave a detailed message with: your phone number that was used in the machine, the location of the machine with which you are experiencing an issue, and how much money or bitcoin was involved in the transaction so that we may look into it for you. One of our team members will get back to you ASAP!
Operator's working hours:Customer Support Representatives are available for help from 8am to Midnight every day, seven days a week.
On the map: All Cottonwood Vending bitcoin ATM locations
City: New York
Location: The Henley Vaporium in Gramercy/Kips Bay
Business phone:Show number →+1 646-964-4383IMPORTANT! In case of issues or questions about bitcoin ATM – please contact operator instead.
Address:350 3rd AveNew York, NY 10010United States
Open hours:Mon-Thu: 11:00 am – 10:00 pmFri-Sat: 11:00 am – 11:00 pmSun: 12:00 pm – 9:00 pm
ATM Type: Genesis Coin
Direction: Fiat ⇄ Crypto
Fees: Operator disabled reporting
Satoshi bitcoin machine is located at The Henley Vaporium e-cirattes store (new location at 350 3rd Ave) in Gramercy/Kips Bay location of Manhattan NYC.The machine is operated by localbitcoin user "coin_trader".At this bitcoin ATM one can buy and sell bitcoins.Auto Daily Limits: varying depending on verification status: USD 1000 with phone number verified, USD 3000 with valid government document (license/passport) & custom higher limits allowed on case-by-case basis (via manual review).
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!