Atlanta joins Chicago, NYC in roundup of top 3 bitcoin ATM markets in US
Coinsource, a bitcoin ATM network, has announced the deployment of 20 terminals in Georgia, the company's single largest installation to date, according to a press release.
Eighteen of the terminals are located in Atlanta; two more are situated in the nearby town of Athens, home to the University of Georgia. Four of the 20 terminals offer both purchasing and selling functionality.
The deployments bring the total bitcoin ATM count in the area to 101 making Atlanta one of the top three markets in the U.S., alongside Chicago and New York, the release said.
"This is a major opportunity not only for Coinsource, but for the cities of Atlanta and Athens as well," Coinsource CEO Sheffield Clark said in the release. "Atlanta is one of the most mature bitcoin ATM markets in the country, so it's exciting to provide our services to people already showing accelerated adoption of the technology."
With its most recent installations, Coinsource now boasts a fleet of 136 machines in 12 states: Arizona; California; Georgia; Louisiana; Missouri; Nevada; New Jersey; New York; Oklahoma; Pennsylvania; Tennessee; and Texas.