Coin ATM Radar is definitely a go-to source for all things bitcoin ATM. Their map (above) lets you locate the ATM closest to you. They also have a mobile app available on Google Play, so regardless of where your travels take you, you will always know the nearest location.

Their website is a wealth of information on using bitcoin ATMs, including how to buy and sell bitcoin, how to send remittances to another ATM, how to go into the business of operating one yourself, and much more.
Coin ATM Radar provides very thorough instructions, which is a must for anyone new to this often confusing industry. For example, they provide the following general guideline on how to use a bitcoin ATM, and then give individual instructions for eight different brands of machines.

There is a general buy process at a bitcoin ATM:

  • Verification step (optional and may vary substantially depending on machine’s type)
  • Provide bitcoin address for deposit (optionally can be generated and printed/emailed at some ATMs on the fly, but better to have your own with you before using a machine)
  • Insert cash into the ATM
  • Confirm operation (bitcoins sent to your bitcoin address at this moment)

This process may vary from ATM to ATM, and this is what we describe for every of the mentioned above bitcoin ATM types.  It is important to understand that even when machine’s software/hardware support compliance procedures, they are not necessarily activated, as it depends on the operator of every particular machine. That is why the same type of machine might have different verifications and limits set up.

It is a very helpful site, and worth checking out – www.coinatmradar.com