Crypto ATMs for sale in Australia

Bitcovault Crypto ATMs Сompany offers you to buy Bitcoin ATMs in Australia with equipment delivery to your business location in AU.

Bitcoin ATMs for sale provided by Bitcovault are a great opportunity to start your own profitable business in Australia in the field of crypto technologies with a minimum return on investment and payback period.

Our benefits

Adjust fees and control ROI

2 weeks lead time

Free shipping across USA

1-year warranty

Hardware and Security

Ergonomically sleek and Smart Design with several color options to choose from

Easy to install with safety option to bolt ATM to the floor

MEI Bill Acceptor with 1200 bill capacity AND Fujitsu Bill Dispenser
with 1000 bill capacity

17’-19’ Touch Screen options

Custom Thermal Printer that prints QR Code receipts for your customers

Built with robust steel material weighing approx. 235 lb.

Designed for secure cash access through Double Panel entry equipped with electronic Audit Lock

Simple access for First Line maintenance personnel

The most advanced webcam available

State-of-the-art software with reliable back-end access

About Bitcovault Bitcoin ATMs

Bitcovault teller machines for cryptocurrency exchanging: Bitcoin and Ethereum into fiat money (AU dollars, etc.) are reliable and flexible; they are manufactured by the company with a great experience in the field of fintech equipment and software development.

It is worth noting that the software installed on Bitcoin ATMs produced by Bitcovault is developed by a team of developers inside the company, which ensures the reliability and flexibility of the whole crypto system. We have also developed our own crypto wallet called Payperless - which guarantees that we have a state-of-the-art team of developers and technical support for our product - Bitcoin machines in AU.

Cryptocurrency regulation in Australia

Getting a cryptocurrency license in Australia is an opportunity to start a crypto business or BTC ATMs business in one of the largest markets in the world. The market for virtual currencies is growing rapidly in the country. Let's take a look at how virtual currencies are regulated in Australia and how to obtain a cryptocurrency license in Australia remotely.

In 2017, cryptocurrency was recognized as a legal medium in the country. The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) is a local corporate regulatory body with broad powers under the Corporations Act to provide financial products.

The Australian Transaction Reporting and Analysis Center (AUSTRAC) is the primary AML/CTF regulator. Under it, exchanges of digital currencies (DCEs) are subject to mandatory registration and reporting. In order to register a cryptocurrency company in Australia and obtain a license for a cryptocurrency exchange in Australia, you must read and follow the rules of the AML/CTF Act.

Australia's regulatory environment is also supported by industry self-regulation, including the Australian Digital Commerce Association (ADCA), an industry body that represents the interests of businesses that use blockchain technology and supports the Digital Currency Industry Code of Conduct (DCI Code).

Australian law prohibits various forms of misleading and deceptive behavior. By doing so, the country protects consumers in the ICO market. ASIC has the authority to investigate and prosecute issuers, sponsors, or market participants who engage in misleading conduct in violation of the Australian Consumer Protection Act (ACL).

Obtaining an Australian crypto license: applicable laws

Because every virtual currency is different, the regulatory regime depends on its structure and the rights it has. Thus, if a cryptocurrency is treated as a security, it will be regulated by the relevant laws. If it is treated as a financial instrument, then the laws that relate to financial market regulation will apply.

In order to open a cryptocurrency exchange in Australia and obtain a cryptocurrency exchange license in Australia, one must:

  • Maintain accounts;
  • Conduct customer verification and identification;
  • Comply with reporting requirements.

Regulation of managed investment schemes

A managed investment scheme (MIS), also known as pooled or collective investment, is a type of Australian investment scheme in which pooled contributions provide financial benefits to scheme participants. An MIS must be registered and cannot operate if it is not registered if it meets certain criteria (for example, it has more than 20 participants).

The rights granted to token holders, as described in official documents and offering documents, could potentially constitute a managed investment scheme. This is particularly the case when issuers seek to assign a token to certain assets or trading activities, such as a venture capital (VC) fund or hedge fund, by issuing a rights package using blockchain technology.

Cryptocurrency taxation in Australia

The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has provided some guidance and commentary on the tax treatment of virtual currencies under the Australian tax regime, particularly Bitcoin. Cryptocurrency activities are among such activities that are taxable, particularly under the rates on:

  • income tax;
  • capital gains tax;
  • VAT.

The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) is responsible for regulating ICO companies. As of 2017, virtual currency is recognized as a legal tender in the country. In order to obtain a license for a cryptocurrency exchange in Australia, one must be authorized by AUSTRAC. Among the laws that need to be followed during the process of obtaining a cryptocurrency license in Australia are the following:

  • AML/CTF Act.
  • Consumer Protection Law (ACL).
  • The Corporations Act.
  • The Digital Currency Industry Code of Conduct (DCI Code).
  • Securities Act (if the currency is treated as security), etc.


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FAQ on Bitcoin ATMs business in Australia:

Yes, it is. A Bitcoin teller machines operator in Australia could recoup his investments in 3 to 6 months of business operation. More information on return of investments into crypto ATMs can be found щт our profit calculator page.

Bitcoin ATMs in Australia market may go for as low as $5000-6000 and sell as high as $14,500. The amount for a crypto machine depends on the bitcoin ATM manufacturer and the features of the hardware. The Bitcovault BTC machine that you can buy in the territory of *the US* is a modern ATM that is flexible and reliable thanks to its robust software. All Bitcovault ATM models with prices and description can be found щт our online store page.

Yes, it is. You could earn a monthly $2,000 commission on a $20,000 crypto transactions volume if you choose the right place for your ATM business in the territory of Australia. ATM location is a separate question that is very important for the wealth of your business.