Invest in Bitcoin ATMs

Investing in Bitcoin ATMs is becoming an increasingly popular smart entry point to the blockchain industry due to resilience to price volatility, better technology, more functionality, and increased demand.

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Investing in Cryptocurrency ATMs

Do you want to enter the cryptocurrency and blockchain markets without being exposed to Bitcoin price volatility? Our Moon Zebra Bitcoin ATMs charge a percentage on every transaction and are not directly correlated to cryptocurrency prices. Investing in Bitcoin ATMs makes it possible to profit even from declining cryptocurrency prices.

Additionally, our ATMs support multiple cryptocurrencies, FIAT currencies, and soon even token integration, which make it possible to offer almost any popular cryptocurrency.

Expected Return on Investment (ROI)

The expected return on investment (ROI) of a Bitcoin ATM can vary strongly depending on a number of factors, e.g. news, location, regulation, cryptocurrency price, etc.). According to our experience and also shown by statistics on Coin ATM Radar, the average ROI for a Bitcoin ATM is around 8-12 months.

While some locations do very well and investors see ROI even within the first month or two, it greatly depends on external factors. If a certain location isn’t performing after a period of time, it makes sense to relocate it to a better location.

What cryptocurrencies are offered?
Our Moon Zebra ATMs can offer almost any cryptocurrency. Whether you prefer Bitcoin like us – or any other cryptocurrency such as Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin and Ethereum – we can implement them all.
We are even working on implementing ERC20 tokens, making our ATMs the perfect gateway to your favourite tokens.
What are transaction limits?
Moon Zebra ATM users can transact as little as 50 Euro and as much as 500 Euro per transaction. If there are requests for higher transaction amounts, we can cater for those, but then we require additional information from the end user to verify their identity and source of funds. We adhere to the strict KYL/AML regulations in Malta.
What's the commission on transactions?
Our Moon Zebra ATMs charge a fixed percentage commission for every transaction. The main determining factors for the price are market volatility and demand. We are flexible to adjust it to market sentiments in order to stimulate demand and supply.
The markup between the large exchanges and Bitcoin ATMs varies, but is usually somewhere between 5 and 15 percent. Our Moon Zebra ATMs usually charge between 6 and 8 percent.
About Moon Zebra

We operate all our Bitcoin ATMs under our company Moon Zebra Ltd. in Malta, which was newly set up for that purpose in 2018.

Our office/headquarters is in Gzira, Malta at Glashaus. We currently operate the most known brand in Malta and are growing daily. To learn more about the brand and the team, simply visit our “About us” section.

Bitcoin ATMs outside of Malta
While we have set up ATMs outside of Malta for some of our clients, we currently do not operate any ATMs outside Malta.
Can I invest if I'm not located in Malta?
Yes, we offer opportunities to invest in Bitcoin ATMs if you are not located in Malta. It is possible to invest in our Bitcoin ATMs from any country. You can profit from the Bitcoin ATM business by investing in our Bitcoin ATM machines and we will operate it at a great location in Malta.
Moon Zebra became so popular, we currently even have a waiting list of businesses looking to host one of our Bitcoin ATMs at their location.
How are investors paid?
Profits and investor payouts are calculated at the end of each month. Payments are then made within the first week of each month. You can choose to be paid via bank transfer or in a cryptocurrency such as Bitcoin or Litecoin.

Our investors will also receive a statement via email each month showing their total income as well as some other statistics (number of customers, etc) of the ATM business.