How Do I Cash Out My Bitcoin?

Coin Clouds are 100% Two-Way, Yay!

Fun Fact: Did you know that 60% of all two-way Bitcoin ATMs in the USA are Coin Cloud machines?

How to Cash Out your Bitcoin (Under $25,000)

  1. Open your Coin Cloud Wallet app
  2. Under “Nearest Coin Cloud ATMs,” find your favorite one
  3. Choose “Quick Cash” under your closest machine
  4. Enter the unique identifier code texted to your phone
  5. You will be shown the Sell Limit for that machine; proceed by choosing “Start”
  6. Enter the amount in USD that you wish to withdraw (in denominations of $20 and $100)
  7. Choose “Proceed” and confirm your cash amount
  8. Select the wallet you are selling from, or enter your wallet address if it’s not displayed
  9. Head to the machine while the transaction is being processed (about 10–15 minutes on the Bitcoin network); note that your cash is reserved for up to 48 hours
  10. At the BTM, log in with your phone number to dispense your cash

How to Cash Out your Bitcoin (Over $25,000)

What is Coin Cloud?

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The world’s leading operator of two-way Digital Currency Machines (DCMs), more advanced Bitcoin ATMs.

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The world’s leading operator of two-way Digital Currency Machines (DCMs), more advanced Bitcoin ATMs.

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