Crypto ATMs have seen a 30% drop in transactions since October last year, with the recent bear market wiping out a brief recovery.
Users say crypto was drained from their wallets when they attempted to deposit or withdraw funds. It was then siphoned to the hackers.
Once the crypto ATMs are up and running, Japanese traders will be able to convert and withdraw bitcoin, ether, bitcoin cash, and litecoin.
Chicago’s largest Bitcoin ATM company has accused its former executive of sabotaging business relationships in El Salvador.
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