Even as the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has put a virtual\u00a0ban on dealing in cryptocurrencies, the first Bitcoin ATM has been launched in the country, a service which exists in many other countries. Cryptocurrency exchange Unocoin has launched an ATM in Bangaluru, which will allow its customers to deposit and withdraw the rupee from the kiosk. Unocoin said that the decision to launch the ATM was taken after the RBI ban in July, which put a virtual ban on trading in cryptocurrencies. "Due to the RBI\u2019s recent notification on \u2018Prohibition on Dealing in Virtual Currencies\u2019, our banking relationships were disrupted some time ago," Unocoin said. Also Read -\u00a0\u092c\u0947\u0902\u0917\u0932\u0941\u0930\u0941 \u092e\u0947\u0902 Unicon \u0928\u0947 \u0916\u094b\u0932\u093e \u0926\u0947\u0936 \u0915\u093e \u092a\u0939\u0932\u093e Bitcoin ATM; \u0921\u093f\u091c\u093f\u091f\u0932 \u0915\u0930\u0947\u0902\u0938\u0940 \u0915\u0940 \u0939\u094b\u0917\u0940 \u0916\u0930\u0940\u0926-\u092c\u093f\u0915\u094d\u0930\u0940 How Bitcoin ATM will work Unocoin said that it is planning to launch similar kiosks in Delhi and Mumbai. The customers would be able to deposit and withdraw cash from the kiosk but with riders. The kiosk will not accept debit or credit cards as banks cannot be involved in the transaction, and the minimum amount for deposit and withdrawal is Rs 1,000 and only in the multiples of Rs 500 bank notes. The central bank had asked all banks and companies regulated by it to terminate any relationship with any firm dealing in cryptocurrencies from July 6 this year. The government, meanwhile, has said that cryptocurrencies are not a legal tender in India. Also Read-\u00a0ArcelorMittal a step closer to winning bankrupt Essar Steel; selected highest bidder after it paid dues Recently, Argentina installed\u00a030 Bitcoin ATMs as\u00a0demand for cryptocurrency surged\u00a0following the depreciation in its currency\u00a0peso\u00a0against the US dollar. Even in Argentina, cryptocurrencies are not backed by the central bank or the government. Cryptocurrencies became overwhelmingly popular last year when Bitcoin surged from $5,000 to $20,000 in about two months, which also led to many governments to act and declare it either illegal or legal. However, Bitcoin could not sustain its high value and tumbled sharply too over the last eleven months. On Saturday, Bitcoin was trading at $6,408, as per cryptocurrency exchanges.