Frequently asked questions

Where is the BAP staff and headquarters located?

We are in beautiful sunny San Diego, CA.

When was Bitcoin ATM Pros created?

In 2017.

Is BAP affiliated with any other companies?

Yes, BAP and CoinPros are both under the same corporate umbrella.

What does a BAP token represent?

A BAP token represents an investment in the company Bitcoin ATM Pros. They have many cryptocurrency ATMs spread around Southern California. The difference between their ATMs and their competitors is that BAP ATMs are capable of both selling and buying cryptocurrencies from the customer. If a customer wants cash they can sell to the ATM directly and it will dispense US dollars. If a customer wants to purchase crypto they simply need to input cash into the ATM and they will either receive a paper wallet with their private and public keys, or they can scan their digital wallet QR code to upload it to their digital wallet right on their mobile phone.

What are the incentives to buy BAP?

There are several reasons why the BAP Token is a sound investment. For starters, every initial investor will receive a share of 10% of our profits that are generated by our crypto ATMs and this will be paid out in additional BAP Tokens quarterly after the official token launch. Additionally, our token will rise in price as we expand and this will make our investors even more profits.

What is the utility behind this token?

There are 2 major utilities that back the BAP Token. 1. Cryptocurrency ATMs with a buy and sell option for cryptocurrencies through an automated teller service 2. Over-the-counter (OTC) exchange locations for face-to-face service.

When can I sell my tokens?

BAP Tokens are currently in a period of pre-sale. Once the 10th round of investing has been completed, BAP Tokens will be available for buying and selling on the CoinPros exchange.

Where do the investments for BAP end up?

Every single investment into the BAP Token is split up into 4 main categories with percentages as follows: 40% to future expansion(ATMs and OTCs), 20% to liquidity, 20% goes to additional projects, 20% to a token buy-back fund.