2997 Folsom Street
San Francisco Bitcoin ATM

Bitcoin ATM
2997 Folsom Street, San Francisco, California, 94110
Rubins Market-Folsom Street
Mon-Sun: 6:00 am - 2:00 am
888-502-5003
Directions


Buy Bitcoin or Litecoin in San Francisco, California at Rubin's Market with USD cash instantly. Bitcoin of America is one of the most popular Bitcoin ATM operators with huge network of crypto ATMs around the United States, Rubin's Market Bitcoin ATM is at 2997 Folsom Street. Find a 24 hour Bitcoin kiosk machine near you by visiting the Bitcoin of America website; we have BTM machines installed in major cities around the country.

Our Bitcoin ATM machines are the fastest way to buy cryptocurrency with cash USD offering the quickest verification and transactions available. Online exchanges can take days for verification, buying, and selling crypto making Bitcoin ATMs the fastest and easiest way to trade Bitcoin. Visit our blog for information on how to purchase Bitcoin, we offer several easy methods to convert USD to BTC. The closest Bitcoin ATM or “Bitcoin vending machine” to you might be next door! Bitcoin of America has local BTC locations in the same places you would usually find a cash ATM. We are adding new locations every month as cryptocurrency becomes more widespread; check our website for an updated list of Bitcoin locations in San Francisco, California. Bitcoin of America is the best place to buy Bitcoin both online and locally.

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Dear valued customer,
PLEASE do not send bitcoin(or any crypto) to third parties that claim they will send you anything in return. (ie: EBAY , Facebook , Instagram, lottery sales.) Be aware of anyone not wanting to provide you with their full information for receiving bitcoin. These could be fraudulent transactions. This notice is to remind and build awareness to commonly known cryptocurrency scams.