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How Does Coinsource Bitcoin ATM Works?

Coinsource, the world’s largest Bitcoin ATM network, is now allowing users to buy and sell Bitcoin Cash (BCH) at all of its machines in the United States.

The move comes as the fork wars continue and more businesses are beginning to accept BCH as a form of payment.

Coinsource is the largest Bitcoin ATM operator in the world with over 200 machines in more than 20 states. The company has been in operation since 2015 and has always allowed users to buy and sell Bitcoin (BTC).

Now, with the addition of BCH support, Coinsource is giving its users even more choice when it comes to purchasing cryptocurrency.

NOTE: WARNING: Coinsource Bitcoin ATM is a new technology and should be used with caution. Before using it, please make sure you understand the risks associated with using this type of technology and take the necessary precautions. In particular, please be aware of the potential for fraudulent activities or scams associated with Coinsource Bitcoin ATMs. Additionally, you should always keep your personal information safe and secure when using these machines.

To buy or sell BCH at a Coinsource machine, users simply need to select the “BCH” option on the touch screen interface. The process is otherwise identical to buying or selling BTC.

Coinsource charges a flat fee of 8% for all transactions, regardless of whether you are buying or selling. There is no limit to the amount of BCH that can be bought or sold at a Coinsource machine.

The company has also announced that it will be rolling out support for Ethereum (ETH) in the near future. This will make Coinsource the first Bitcoin ATM network to offer support for multiple cryptocurrencies.

The addition of BCH support is a positive step for Coinsource and gives its users more choice when it comes to purchasing cryptocurrency. With the addition of ETH support in the near future, Coinsource will become even more versatile.

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