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AN EVIDENT REDUCTION IN THE INSTALLATION OF CRYPTO ATM

AN EVIDENT REDUCTION IN THE INSTALLATION OF CRYPTO ATM

April 2022 marked the fourth consecutive month of decline in Bitcoin (BTC) ATM deposits, since they began to decline earlier this year.


BTC ATMs serve a vital purpose in the Bitcoin economy, enabling users to retrieve or deposit BTC deposits against the same deposits.


Based on data provided by Coin ATM Radar, the year 2021 saw the highest worldwide increase in BTC ATM installations, as August proves the highest number of 2,037 ATMs changed. As of January 2022, crypto ATM net conversions have dropped to 1,687 from December high of 1,969 ATMs.


Since then, net conversion at crypto ATMs has kept the track down, recording three-digit changes during the following months in February (970), March (757) and April (739).


Last year's significant growth in crypto ATMs was a direct result of authorities such as El Salvador accepting Bitcoin as a legal tender, currently hosting the third largest BTC ATM network after the United States and Canada.


To highlight the under-utilized crypto ATM market, El Salvador operates 205 Chivo ATMs, accounting for 70% of all crypto ATMs in South America.


However, as noted earlier by Cointelegraph, the apparent decline in the introduction of crypto ATMs could be the result of the decline of new sites willing to accept and accept the Bitcoin ecosystem.


Genesis Coin maintains its long-term dominance in the crypto ATM market, representing a market share of 41.5%. Other prominent crypto ATM manufacturers include General Bytes (21.6%), BitAccess (15.2%) and Coinsource (5.3%).



On April 26, the Mexican Senate building installed 14 BTC ATM, reflecting the country's growing interest in the crypto ecosystem.



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