Currently, the number of BTC ATMs globally is 3,128. On average, around 6 new ATMs are being installed daily. In comparison, at the beginning of 2017, there were only 1000 machines in total. And it looks like the decline of Bitcoin price did not affect its demand. In addition, the number of ATMs where you can also sell BTC also increased, now accounting for 35% of all machines. BTC is the leader of demand and is supported by 99% of all ATMs when other altcoins are supported by just 50%. The most popular altcoin in this segment is Litecoin (47.8%), followed by Ethereum (28.1%). The leader of Bitcoin ATM installations is the USA (1,800 machines), Canada (477) takes the second place, and the third – Austria (174).