Bitcoin ATM Map Bitcoin ATMs in Los Angeles
The typical commission on Bitcoin ATM purchases in Los Angeles is about 12 to 15%. With many ATMs it’s possible to buy as much as $3,000 worth of Bitcoin with only a phone number. Larger purchases, however, almost always require ID and/or a fingerprint scan. Most of the Bitcoin ATMs in Los Angeles support multiple currencies like Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin and Ether.
Located at 2035 Sunset Blvd, the 76 Gas Station Bitcoin ATM offers Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ether and Litecoin. The commission fee for the purchase of these currencies is unknown. The ATM is open 24/7. Users can purchase up to $750 worth of any currency with only a valid phone number. Transactions from $751 to $2,999 require an ID and larger purchases from $3,000 to $8,000 require an ID as well as the purchaser’s date of birth, social security number and a photo of their ID.
The Chevron Bitcoin ATM, located at 1600 Echo Park Ave, is unique because users can buy as well as sell cryptocurrency. Most Bitcoin ATMs only allow for the purchase of crypto. The ATM is open 24/7 and supports Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ether and Litecoin. The buying and selling commission fee is unknown.
It’s possible to purchase up to $750 worth of crypto with only a phone number. Purchases from $751 to $2,999 require ID and purchases larger than $3,000 require an ID, date of birth, social security number and a photo of the ID.
The Centron crypto ATM allows users to purchase several cryptocurrencies. Bitcoin for a 14% commission, Bitcoin Cash for a 10% commission and Litecoin for 20% commission.
The ATM is open 24/7 and is located at 1317 E Washington Blvd. Transactions under $2,000 require a valid phone number. Transaction over $2,000 require a phone number and an ID. The maximum transaction size is $2,900.
The Shell Bitcoin ATM has a very reasonable commission fee of just 6%. This makes it one of the most affordable crypto ATMs in Los Angeles. The ATM is located at 1410 S Soto St and is open around the clock.
Purchases under $1,999 require a valid phone number and name. Transactions between $2,000 and $4,999 require an ID. Larger purchases are possible but the user must call the crypto ATM company.
At the Wireless1 Bitcoin ATM it’s possible to buy and sell cryptocurrency. The ATM is open Monday to Sunday from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm and is located at 824 S Vermont Ave.
Purchasing Bitcoin incurs a 17% commission fee and selling Bitcoin results in a 9% fee. It’s also possible to buy and sell Ether, Litecoin and Bitcoin Cash. The commission for these coins is unknown.
After providing an ID users can buy or sell up to $10,000 worth of crypto a day. Higher limits are available upon contacting the ATM provider at [email protected]
Another Chevron Bitcoin ATM, this one located at 3325 W 6th St. It is open 24/7, however, the services are limited as it’s only possible to buy Bitcoin. The commission on a Bitcoin purchase is $5 + 9% on the overall purchase. The minimum purchase is $40.
For purchases less than $1,000 an ID is not required. For transactions between $1,001 and $3,000 a user must provide an ID as well as a finger scan.
The Saver Liquor Bitcoin ATM is open seven days a week from 8:00 am to 2:00 am. It’s located at 3940 Beverly Blvd. Similar to most crypto ATMs, it’s only possible to purchase crypto here, not sell it. The fee to buy either Bitcoin or Bitcoin Cash is 10% while the fee for Litecoin is around 20%. The maximum possible purchase is $2,900 per transaction.
At the Arco Gas Bitcoin ATM it’s possible to purchase Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash and Litecoin. Unfortunately the commission to purchase these currencies is unknown. Presumably it’s close to the average of 15%.
The ATM is located at 3834 E 3rd St and is conveniently open 24/7. It’s not clear what level of verification is needed to purchase crypto but it’s like that a valid phone number is required.