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The Bitcoin ATM Network

The UK’s fastest growing supplier and operator of Bitcoin ATM’s


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BCB ATM, now the UK’s largest provider of Bitcoin ATMs, is bringing digital currencies to the local high street, making Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies accessible to people of all backgrounds.

We plan to take advantage of the phenomenal growth of digital currency by installing and operating over 3,000 machines across the UK and Europe, as well as develop the most secure multi-currency, multi-crypto mobile app, using its own proprietary blockchain technology, so that by 2023 all financial activities can be done even more securely, instantly and on the move.


60 ATMs

In April of 2017


7.43 ATMs

installed daily

Additionally, our blockchain will be self-policing, constantly updating, with a database that is incorruptible and uniquely transparent. And, with our ATMs people will be able to undertake transactions, across borders within seconds and without third-party interference.

Investing in BCB ATM now offers the chance to share in this dramatic development.

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