How to Cash Out Large Amounts of Bitcoin

How Do I Sell Large Amounts of Bitcoin for Cash?

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Peer-to-Peer (P2P) Trading

You can use a peer-to-peer (P2P) exchange, but you have to really trust the person you’re selling to, and they won’t likely have that much cash on hand. Basically, you go on a website, look for someone who wants to buy your bitcoin, and meet with them in person or arrange an online payment. But of course, online payments probably still require you to have your bank account connected, so you’ll likely have to fill out some forms and answer some questions.

Bitcoin ATM

You can also use a Bitcoin ATM, like a Coin Cloud, depending on how much cash you need. A few thousand might not be a problem, but as you get closer to a whole bitcoin, this method becomes trickier. You can get your limits raised with special permissions, but most machines aren’t going to have a ton of cash inside because they get serviced by armored trucks regularly.

Over-the-Counter (OTC) Trading

If you want to cash out over $25,000 worth of bitcoin, the best option is to use the Over-the-Counter (OTC) trading desk service of a Bitcoin ATM company. The one you choose may depend on where you’re located, because it’s often done at the company’s head office. Or sometimes you can do it via wire service, like with Coin Cloud’s Private Client Desk OTC service.

What is Coin Cloud?

Coin Cloud is a digital currency machine company headquartered in Las Vegas, Nevada. With over 1,400 locations nationwide, Coin Cloud machines are the world’s largest and fastest-growing network of two-way digital currency kiosks, commonly known as Bitcoin ATMs or BTMs, and the majority of all two-way machines in the U.S. Since 2014, Coin Cloud has helped hundreds of thousands of customers buy and sell cryptocurrency and other virtual currency quickly and easily. You can find your nearest Coin Cloud BTM here.

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

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