Bitcoin ATM Machine
CryptoClubBTM Bitcoin ATM / Dépanneur Pascal in Montreal North
Visit our Bitcoin ATM Machine in the Montreal North area to trade Bitcoin, conveniently located at 6364 Rue Pascal. Sell or Purchase your Bitcoin, Litecoin and Ethereum directly at our location.
Bitcoin ATM: Advantages of our Bitcoin ATM Machines
Located in the Montreal North area, our state of the art Bitcoin ATM machines can buy and sell BTC and other cryptocurrencies.
Our Bitcoin ATM machines offer:
Sell or Buy Bitcoin in Montreal North using Cash
Our Bitcoin ATM machine in Montreal North is very user friendly for first time buyers, once purchased, the Bitcoin (BTC) are sent instantly to your digital wallet from the machine. It is the safest way to buy Bitcoin.
If you are looking to sell your Bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies, the Bitcoin ATM machine can dispense the cash for it at a fair market rate.
The Bitcoin machines are located inside businesses that are open at hours that are more suitable and convenient for you.
You can also reach us in person at our Main Office Digital Currency Exchange Desk by appointment only.
Montréal-North is a borough of the city of Montréal in Québec (Canada) located on the northeast side of the island of Montréal on the shore of the Rivière des Prairies. It stretches a few kms below Sault-au-Récollet and the Rivière-des-Prairies plant. Montréal-Nord is bordered by Saint-Michel Boulevard (Ahuntsic-Cartierville) to the southwest, Exo Line 5 - Mascouche to the southeast and Rivière-des-Prairies-Pointe-aux-Trembles to the northeast.
For approximately 4,000 years, the banks of the Sault-au-Récollet rapids on the Rivière des Prairies have been a carrying place for the Aboriginal peoples of the Montreal area. The territory of Montréal-Nord is known as Lower Falls in the time of New France. Beginning with a few farms on Gouin Boulevard, the territory was built up little by little with the extension of Pie-IX Boulevard in the 1910s. Founded in 1915, the city of Montréal-North soon experienced economic difficulties and was placed under the supervision of the Montréal Metropolitan Commission from 1921 to 1958. Throughout the 1950s and 1960s, Montréal-North, due to its proximity to Montréal and its suburban character, experienced a residential boom that led to its urbanization in its entirety in the 1970s. During the 1980s, Montréal-North experienced a demographic and industrial decline. Following a brief recovery in the clothing and wholesale trade industries in the late 1990s, the city experienced a second industrial decline in the 2000s. Merged with Montreal in 2001, the borough of Montreal North made headlines during the riots following the death of Freddy Villanueva in 2008 and during the Covid-19 pandemic in Quebec in early May 2020.
Nowadays, Montréal-Nord is a popular French-speaking borough with over 40% of the population of immigrant orign. It is considered both one of the most diverse sectors of the city of Montreal and one of the most disadvantaged urban areas in Canada. 1 It is considered both one of the most diverse sectors of the city of Montreal and one of the most disadvantaged urban areas in Canada.