The number of cryptographic ATMs (ATMs) installed worldwide crossed the 4000 mark, industry statistics aggregator ATM Corner Radar data indicated January 10th.

The current growth rate is 4.9 new ATMs installed each day, according to ATM Corner Radar report gauge scale – to switch to the highest speed class, despite constantly bearish market action.

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Out of a total of 4167 cryptographic ATMs worldwide, 71.8 percent are located in North America – 56% in the United States and 15 percent in Canada – 23% are in Europe and 2.6% in Asia. 1.3 and 1.1% are respectively in Oceania and South America, and only 0.2% are located in Africa.

In Asia, Hong Kong holds the lion's share of ATMs – accounting for 0.8% of the world's windows – while in Europe L & # 39; Austria (6.4%), followed closely by United Kingdom (4.8%).

According to the data, the number of facilities in the United States has increased from 1,216 on January 1, 2018 to 2,475 to date, or 1,259 new ATMs in just over a year. California has the highest number of all states – with a total of 473 machines – followed by Illinois with 250.

While the vast majority of 4167 cryptographic ATMs around the world support Bitcoin (BTC) – 99.9% or 4 162 – 64.6% support one or more altcoins.

These breakdown 59.5% support for Litecoin (LTC), 49.3 percent of Ethereum support (ETH) and 33.9% of Bitcoin Cash users (BCH). Hyphen (HYPHEN) is supported by 17.9% of vending machines, while Monero (XMR), Dogecoin (DOGE) and ZCash (ZEC) are each supported by 3 percent or less.

Absolutely absent from the global ATM Corner Radar statistics: India. As reported last November, the developers of the country's first Bitcoin ATM were stopped in the city of Bangalore under criminal charges because of its 'ATM' label, because the machine was not strictly an ATM, but a device to allow cryptographic users to bypass banking channels.

The arrests took place after the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Spring 2018 prohibition on bank transactions with companies related to cryptography.

Earlier this month, Cointelegraph reported Lamassu, the manufacturer of Bitcoin ATM, has moved Swiss, because of regulatory difficulties in other countries. Lamassu revealed that his account opening requests had been rejected by 15 banks because it produces terminals for Bitcoin, even if the company does not participate in the trading or storage of cryptocurrencies.