USA/Canada metros with the most Bitcoin ATMs/tellers


Robocoin ATM machine – Source: images.google.com

Below is a fascinating list from coinatmradar.com of the cities in the United States and Canada with the most Bitcoin ATMs or tellers. There are currently a total of 1,244 in the USA and 310 in Canada. The most surprising fact is how far down the list some of our largest tech hubs are situated. San Francisco at 14th, Boston at 22nd, Austin at 23rd, and both San Jose and Seattle are not even in the top 25?  That is quite a surprise.

Given the meteoric rise in value of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Litecoin in the past 12 months, it is likely these numbers will grow dramatically in the near term. Whether it is sustainable or not is the larger question.

  1. New York City = 179
  2. Los Angeles = 149
  3. Chicago = 126
  4. Toronto = 120
  5. Atlanta = 108
  6. Miami = 84
  7. Detroit = 54
  8. Vancouver = 50
  9. Montreal = 49
  10. Washington, DC = 46
  11. Dallas-Fort Worth = 44
  12. Philadelphia = 42
  13. Calgary = 30
  14. San Francisco-Oakland = 29
  15. San Diego = 27
  16. Las Vegas = 26
  17. Houston = 22
  18. Tampa-St. Pete = 21
  19. Phoenix = 20
  20. Ottawa = 16
  21. Denver = 15
  22. Boston = 14
  23. Austin = 13
  24. Sacramento and St. Louis = 12 each
  25. Edmonton = 11
  26. Charlotte, Cleveland, and Nashville = 10 each

SOURCEhttps://coinatmradar.com (data as of 12/13/17)

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