Quick overview on how to select the best coin and address for your use case, with the goal of saving the maximum amount on fees at our ATMs.
With a little experience you can customize your own transaction fees and potentially save yourself a significant amount of bitcoin over time. If you have an urgent payment need, you can also pick a fee likely to be confirmed within the next block or two, without overpaying.
The beginning of April saw a return to higher Bitcoin network fees and congestion. See this article for a brief overview of what is happening and practical tips anyone can use to reduce their fees, wait time, or both.
You can buy bitcoin through your local banks or even Western Union and MoneyGram! This post is a guide for doing so through BitQuick.co—also a part of the Athena Bitcoin family.
You may now purchase or sell ether (the base token on the Ethereum network) across the Athena Bitcoin ATM network! Examples of compatible wallets: Edge, Coinomi, Bread, or Blockchain. This is our fourth supported cryptocurrency.
Withdrawing cash at an Athena ATM can be problematic for the first time customer. Here are tips for everyone to make your cash withdrawal as smooth as possible.
Here we discuss options for giving cryptocurrency gifts to graduates, but these tips will work for anyone on any occasion!
Some customers are reporting problems receiving our automatic verification code texts from the ATM. This has been identified as a T-Mobile glitch that they can resolve for you.
This is a guide to looking up your Litecoin or Bitcoin Cash transactions. This follows our popular guide from October on how to do the same for Bitcoin.
You may now purchase Bitcoin Cash at Athena-branded ATMs in 8 states! You can also sell BCH at any of our cash-dispensing machines. Bitcoin Cash joins Bitcoin and Litecoin with support across our network.
Not seeing bitcoin in your wallet? Here's a guide which describes the common reasons for this and what you can do to check on your own transaction.
Guided demo of the entire typical buy process at one of our ATMs
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