Machine is down, says No Internet. Too bad I couldn't find this out from coinatmradar instead of wasting my time.
This machine is up and running. There was a temporary internet outage over a large portion of the Los Angeles area this day which caused the interruption. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Cant sell for cash.states error message. Apparently software is bad
This cash-out option is not currently functioning at this location. We are working on repairing it.
Sorry for the inconvenience.
The cash to crypto function is still operational.
Was there about a week ago and machine had less than $300 available. Went there again yesterday for cash and the sell option is now completely disabled. This was my go-to machine for cashouts but I guess not anymore.
If there is no cash available to dispense then the sell option is not displayed.
Many customers have been using this location to trade their BTC to cash this week and you must have come right after someone withdrew all the available cash.
The machine is restocked consistently. It currently has cash available. We apologize that there was none available at the time of your visit.
A+ get a receipt also for exchanges, the fees are very low compared to other btc atms.
Up and working
Best bitcoin atm I have used in socal. Best rates.
Operator's name: BitcoinPlug
Support phone: 888-856-7584
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City: Los Angeles
Location: Boost Mobile
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Address:1511 W Martin Luther King Jr BlvdLos Angeles, CA 90062United States
Open hours:Mon-Sat: 9am - 7pm Sun: Closed
ATM Type: General Bytes
Direction: Fiat → Crypto
Fees: Operator disabled reporting
Bitcoin ATM is installed at Boost Mobile in Los Angeles.You can buy bitcoins for cash here.
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