A Coinhub ATM will display your bitcoin balance. However, if you purchased your bitcoins via a broker or exchange, you may need help verifying their ownership since these transactions are not included on the blockchain. You can see how much bitcoin you have withdrawn from a Coinhub ATM by clicking the “Account” page and then the “Withdrawals” button. All of your future withdrawals will be shown here.
Coinhub ATMs Display Bitcoin Balances Under “Account” And “Withdrawals”
At a Coinhub bitcoin atm, choose “Account” and “Withdrawals” to see how much bitcoin you have. Then, specify the amount you want to remove from your account. When you’re finished, click the “Submit” button and sit tight while we process your information. A success message should load when the transaction has been finalized to let you know everything went well.
Coinhub ATMs Accept Cash And Network Wallet Deposits
The Coinhub bitcoin atm may be used for cash withdrawals and deposits to and from external network wallets. If you have an external network wallet, you may transfer bitcoin and ether to it by clicking the “Deposit” button. To withdraw fiat cash from an external network wallet, go to the “Withdrawal” section of your network’s settings, input the desired amount, and hit “Confirm.”
QR Code Deposit Into External Network Wallet
Using the QR code shown on your external network wallet, you may deposit into that wallet.
It is also possible to transfer Bitcoin from an external network wallet to another address by scanning the recipient’s QR code at an ATM or by sending a message with the recipient’s phone number and then receiving a confirmation message through text message. You’ll need to provide their two-factor authentication code if they’ve enabled it for this account.
Examine Your Bitcoins With Coinhub
To check the balance of your bitcoin at any Coinhub ATM, all you need is your email address and password. After signing in, you may choose to “View Balance” or “Withdraw or Deposit” from the sub menu. Enter the amount you want to transfer from your Coinhub account to an external network wallet. When someone uses their QR code scanner above to deposit cash, the ATM’s internal network wallet sends the same amount to your wallet.
Coinhub ATMs have a “balance” button that displays your current Bitcoin balance. If you click here, you may get a rundown of all the cryptocurrencies—Bitcoin and Ethereum—in your wallet. The fees and minimum amounts required for certain transactions (like purchasing Bitcoin for one dollar) will also be shown.