- Bitcoin Depot reports an 18% annualised growth in its Q2 revenue.
- The Bitcoin ATM operator also updated its full-year guidance today.
- Bitcoin Depot stock is in the green only marginally on Monday.
Bitcoin Depot Inc says its revenue jumped 18% to a record $197.5 million in the second quarter. The stock is still only marginally in the green at writing.
Bitcoin Depot reports a big increase in loss
Shares of the Bitcoin ATM operator are having a hard time this morning primarily because the Georgia-based company lost $6.1 million in its recently concluded quarter, down an alarming 249% versus last year.
Its adjusted EBITDA, though, went up 54% to $19.8 million in Q2. Brandon Mintz – the Chief Executive of Bitcoin Depot said today in the press release:
We’re in position to further strengthen our balance sheet as we execute on our growth strategy … we’re positioned to support mass crypto adoption as the leading Bitcoin ATM network.
Note that the U.S. firm debuted on Nasdaq only last month on July 3rd.
Bitcoin Depot’s guidance for the full year
Bitcoin Depot had $20.5 million worth of total operating expenses in its second quarter – up significantly from $12 million a year ago.
In Q2, the Nasdaq-listed firm partnered with a bunch of notable names including Stinker Stores, Jacksons Food Store, Gas Express, FastLane etc. According to CEO Mintz:
We’ve announced multiple partnerships and expanded our BDCheckout program. We look forward to increasing the number of our Bitcoin access points across North America.
Just days ago, he said the Bitcoin ATM space was ready for consolidation. Bitcoin Depot Inc now forecasts its revenue to grow by 8% to 13% this year on up to 44% increase in adjusted EBITDA.