North America continues to lead the world in the number of bitcoin ATMs installed.
According to CoinATMRadar, there are 32,150 and 2,359 terminals in the U.S. and Canada, respectively. The top five countries also include Spain, El Salvador and Poland.
Russia in this ranking is on the 14th place, our country has 59 Bitcoin-operating ATMs. The largest number of them installed in Moscow, Novosibirsk, Voronezh and Yekaterinburg.
Researchers found that 1,817 cryptomats were installed in January-February 2022. Last year, 2,435 terminals were launched in the first two months.
The U.S. accounts for up to 93% of the total number of cryptomats worldwide.
El Salvador got into the top five after the country’s bitcoin legalization law went into effect last fall.
Recall that the authorities of this Latin American state are planning to place BTC-bonds and attract investments. They will use these capitals to expand the cryptocurrency infrastructure, including mining.
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