Bitcoin ATMs, or BTMs as they're sometimes called, are popping up in most major cities. Using a Bitcoin ATM Finder, you can enter your address and find a location near you. Like traditional ATMs, Bitcoin ATMs are operated by a number of companies that all charge varying fees. The biggest difference between Bitcoin ATMs and regular ATMs is the fee structure. Instead of charging a flat rate, most charge a percentage of the total transaction (typically 5-10%). Additionally, you’ll need a verified phone number and usually a photo ID in order to use most Bitcoin ATMs. Still, they provide the convenience of accepting cash and converting to Bitcoin instantly and because of their familiar form-factor, most users can get Bitcoin relatively painlessly.