On a recent visit to Dublin City Centre, I spotted a brand new bitcoin ATM hosted in Spar on Talbot Street (opposite Supervalu, the Connolly Station end of the street). I haven’t made a test purchase yet to work out fees, although I may do this next time I’m in the area.
Put in place by a new bitcoin ATM operator called Ark Satoshi, which from what I can see has a couple of other ATMs placed around the country, it adds some new crypto ATMs to the market, with now three different operators providing a network of machines covering an increasing number of towns and cities.
You can read all our articles about Irish Bitcoin ATMs to find one near you that's available to use. You can receive a 20% transaction fee discount on your first purchase of €100 or more using promo code BITIRL on any Bitcove ATM.
We get asked all the time the handiest ways to buy crypto. For the lowest fees, we recommend CoinMate, a long standing EU exchange with low fees and quick deposits via Revolut. Too complicated? You'll pay more in fees, but it can be easier for the uninitiated to use a local bitcoin ATM in Ireland to buy crypto with cash, CEX which lets you buy with credit/debit cards, or Coinbase if you want a mobile app linked to a bank card.
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