I'm not sure about there, but here -- $20, because all transactions are done with $20 bills, so you can only do multiples of 20.
In the US, it varies by bank but $20 is the usual minimum. My credit union has an ATM on a local college campus that allows withdrawals in amounts as low as $5. The credit union realizes that many students are cash starved and thus the lower minimum on campus. The same credit union ATM near my home has the standard $20 minimum.
Some of the banks in Nepal have set 100 rupees (less than two dollars).
Wawa is the only place I have ever seen that allows $10 increments which I really like!
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