Bitcoin Automated Teller Machines

A subreddit dedicated to the sharing of information about Bitcoin ATMS (BTC-ATM): * Where to find local BTC-ATMs * Where to buy BTC-ATMs * Different types of BTC-ATMs * How to use BTC-ATMs * Legal issues of operating BTC-ATMs in your Country/State

Bitcoin ATM Pioneer Vancouver Could Ban City’s 76 Crypto Vending Machines

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Bitcoin ATM Pioneer Vancouver Could Ban City’s 76 Crypto Vending Machines

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Bitcoin ATM Pioneer Vancouver Could Ban City’s 76 Crypto Vending Machines

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ATMs that allow you to exchange cash for Bitcoins coming to Canada this fall. 5 Bitcoin kiosks, similar to ATMs, are coming to Canada, with the first machine expected to land in Vancouver in early October.

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Bitcoin ATMs coming to Canada this fall -- The first machine is expected to land in Vancouver in early October

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Bitcoin ATMs coming to Canada this fall -- The first machine is expected to land in Vancouver in early October

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Bitcoin ATMs coming to Canada this fall -- The first machine is expected to land in Vancouver in early October

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ATMs that allow you to exchange cash for Bitcoins coming to Canada this fall. 5 Bitcoin kiosks, similar to ATMs, are coming to Canada, with the first machine expected to land in Vancouver in early October.

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Bitcoin ATMs coming to Canada this fall -- The first machine is expected to land in Vancouver in early October

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Bitcoin ATMs coming to Canada this fall -- The first machine is expected to land in Vancouver in early October

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ATMs that allow you to exchange cash for Bitcoins coming to Canada this fall. 5 Bitcoin kiosks, similar to ATMs, are coming to Canada, with the first machine expected to land in Vancouver in early October.

ATMs that allow you to exchange cash for Bitcoins coming to Canada this fall. 5 Bitcoin kiosks, similar to ATMs, are coming to Canada, with the first machine expected to land in Vancouver in early October. submitted by d3sperad0 to countermine [link] [comments]

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Bitcoin is improved the idea that cash is any object, or any kind of document, accepted as settlement for items as well as solutions and payment of financial debts in a provided nation or socio-economic collection. Bitcoin uses cryptography, or mathematical formulas, to manage the creation as well as transfer of cash, instead of depending on governments and also main financial authorities. Transfers for finances, sales, purchases or any various other approaches of payment can be refined by anyone, making use of a desktop computer, mobile phone, tablet computer, or laptop. This is all feasible without the requirement for a financial institution to work as an intermediary or taping representative.
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Developed in 2009, Bitcoin is a digital money introduced as open resource software program by an MIT trainee called Satoshi Nakamoto. There is much conjecture as to whether Satoshi is an actual person, or a collection of individuals making use of a pseudonym. Bitcoin are produced by a process termed mining, in which specialized computer full complex mathematic equations and also are compensated with a block of bitcoins. This procedure takes around 10 minutes and the current block rewards 25 bitcoins. The block reward will certainly be halved to 12.5 bitcoins in 2017 as well as again around every 4 years thereafter. By 2140 there will be approximately 21 million bitcoins in existence.
This week has revealed a speedy of task with company owner of all red stripes getting on track with Bitcoin. From small companies in New Orleans, to the Sacramento Kings of the NBA approving Bitcoin for ticket sales and also team materiel, to gambling enterprises in Las vega, Bitcoin is popping up all over. Venture Capitalist Chris Dixon thinks Bitcoin might get to $100,000 if it ends up being the main means of ecommerce (Wired ). The Chief Executive Officer of a major online merchant was priced quote as claiming "Various other stores will certainly not wish to miss out, Bitcoin market is growing by 30% per month." This very same seller saw a 5% boost in sales the very first day it accepted Bitcoin. Zynga Games, among the largest on the internet gaming business, in charge of Farmville, Castleville, and a host of others also began accepting Bitcoin for in game monetary transactions. After the five Large Financial institutions said no to cash from cannabis dispensaries as well as growers, Colorado's lawful cannabis dispensary industry turned to Bitcoin (ZeroHedge ). The Internal Revenue Service has also recently introduced a project that enables tax obligations to be paid with Bitcoin. There has actually been Bitcoin ATM MACHINE's appearing in cities such as Vancouver, Ottawa, and a Bratislava Slovakia mall. Just recently, the New York City Bitcoin ATM was put on hold until a public hearing under the territory of the New York State Division of Financial Solutions can be held.
After flirting with the $1,000 worth following the New Year, Bitcoin has actually been gradually trading at around $950 on the Mt. Gox exchange over the last fortnight and is being well supported by the 50 day relocating average indicating Bitcoin is still distinctly favorable. This was shocking to most experts who thought the governing information appearing of China, India, and Russia would certainly rupture Bitcoins bubble. However, Michael Robinson, with over thirty years of experience in market analysis, believes the majority of experts are wrong. He recommends that the strong improvement we saw in very early December, coupled with the consistent assistance of the 50 day moving average, shows Bitcoin is an exceptionally healthy and balanced market, as well as need to only remain to raise in value.
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Cool news! We reached 100 Bitcoin ATMs worldwide.

Number of Bitcoin machines increases quite fast nowadays. We reached the first milestone of 100 ATMs installed (at least the ones which I found on internet). And this is all in less than 8 months, assuming the first one was installed in the end of October 2013 in Vancouver. Btw looks like Vancouver is the city with most Bitcoin ATM installations as of today. Hope other cities will take this as an example.
Bitcoin ATM locations could be checked on the map. Also there are nice charts about the growth rate of Bitcoin ATM installations per different vendors.
Hope the site would be useful for tracking the locations of Bitcoin ATMs. Any feedback and new locations messages would be really appreciated!
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Installing our two new BTM's in the Vancouver Tri Cities.

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Vancouver Saw the First-Ever Bitcoin ATM. Now Its Mayor Wants to Ban Them

Bitcoin ATMs have become “an ideal money-laundering vehicle,” according to the Vancouver Police Department, prompting a proposed city-wide ban by the mayor, and potential federal legislation, The Star reports.

The 76 machines within the city limits have come under police fire twice already this past year due to perceived regulatory issues. Though, most recently in February 2019, Sergeant Alvin Shum took aim not only at Bitcoin ATMs, but also the ideological underpinnings of blockchain generally. He wrote, in a report to the Vancouver Police Board:

“Given the lack of a central authority, there is no controlling organization who can monitor or regulate the transfer of funds to ensure a legitimate transaction. This creates a prime opportunity for the criminal element to capitalize on remaining anonymous, as they work to defraud unsuspecting citizens, launder money, and make large-sum anonymous transactions.”

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Why I believe we're on the cusp of the 3rd great Bitcoin bubble

We've recovered from the last crash
You might think it's a bit early (based on the time frame for the last recovery), but things are looking a lot different than in 2011. I would suggest its because the last bubble popped prematurely due to Mt. Gox's failure of a trading engine.
Interest in buying Bitcoins has gone up to its highest point since the last bubble.
There's a similar spike in general interest. Partly helped along by the Silk Road news.
The network is being used at the same rate as during the last bubble.
The Bitcoin ATM story (see below) is causing Bitcoin to trend in Canada on Google (was #1 for a bit). The $27 story (see below) will almost certainly cause a large spike worldwide in Google trends once they're updated up to yesterday.
Lots and lots of new businesses now accept Bitcoins
One legitimate criticism of Bitcoin last year was the lack of places to spend them. We basically just had Alpaca Socks, Reddit and Wordpress, we've grown a lot since then!
Charities and others are taking donations
The first Bitcoin I ever spent was to donate to Wikileaks. More and more places are setting up Bitcoin donation buttons, because why not?
The $27 story is going massively viral
I think the attention this story is getting took a lot of us by surprise. We're thinking "of course if you bought Bitcoins in 2009 you're rich" and it didn't make much of a splash. But to the rest of the world it's a very novel and interesting story.
The first Bitcoin ATM has been installed
Easier way for people acquire Bitcoins with cash. Lots of free publicity. More machines are on their way and will generate more and more news.
Institutional money is coming
Afraid with the price at $200 that it will be hard to find enough moms and pops to keep money coming in faster than miners are selling? Don't be, there are individuals out there with a net worth higher than the entire Bitcoin ecosystem.
Interesting new developments
Cool things that didn't exist before the last bubble (as far as I remember).
Governments are explicitly saying it's not illegal
More and more governments are either saying Bitcoins are legitimate currency, or releasing guidelines for exchanges to comply with anti-money-laundering laws.
New generation of exchanges
Mt. Gox's terrible trading engine was a huge factor in the last crash. They couldn't keep up with all the new interest.
This time around there are more exchanges in more countries, and not a single point of liquidity.
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Bitcoin ATM Global Market Overview

Bitcoin ATM Global Market Overview
Bitcoin ATM Global Market Overview

The BitLicense aroused a big buzz when the a big ATM operator Coinsource announced its granting of BitLicnese, a virtual currency trading license for cryptocurrency trading service; As reported from Cointelegraph, it took 3 years to be granted since the first application to New York Financial Securities(NYFS).
This obviously indicates the advancing development of Bitcoin ATM industry since the first Bitcoin ATM came out in Vancouver, Canada on 29th October 2013.

Overall Global Data

After about 5 years development, bitcoin ATM industry sees increase in market capital and maturity.
Bearish Bitcoin price meet downturn though, Bitcoin ATM is growing continuously in installation, capital, distribution and the manufacturer.
The latest statistic from CoinatmRadar( the biggest bitcoin ATM data research institution) reported that there are 3949 bitcoin ATMs in total worldwide until Nov. 05, 2018. Although increasing speed declines with the sluggish bitcion market, we can still see 1849 ATMs increased with 89% growth rate from 2079 ATMs to 3927 in 2018. Now, the crypto ATMs installation speed rises to 6 machine per day. It’s estimated to reach a figure of $16.3 million of market capital in 2018


Industry:Continuous Increase in installation, profit, manufacturers

Distribution of bitcoin ATMs across Continents:

The wide awareness of bitcoin and cryptocurrency promote the bitcoin ATM adoption cross the world.
It’s no strange that North America and Europe share the large percentage since the economic and population provide the best environment for the use of bitcoin ATM by the majority.

A study conducted by MarketsandMarkets reported that the Bitcoin ATM market will see annual growth of 54% between 2018 to 2023, when the whole industry is forecast to reach $145 million.

Incredibly Increasing High Profit When Emerging Market’s Struggling

In bitcoin ATM, the profit is mainly from transaction fee with an average of 7%-10% both in buy side and sell side. It’s reported a bitcoin ATM machine comes with $10k to $30k transaction a month with the highest reaching to $100k. The average transaction is 130 times per machine per month. Coindesk even reported Lamassu's survey of $1,000–$3,000 each month earning which equates to annual earnings for ATM operators of between $12,000 and $36,000 per unit.

Increasing Bitcoin ATM Manufacrture:

The growing awareness of bitcoin also attracted many investors into Bitcoin ATM business. The biggest bitcoin ATM tracking Radar coinatmRadar reveals 42 typical bitcoin ATM manufacturers and 31 Bitcoin ATM service operators globally. DOBI ATM, as the biggest bitcoin ATM manufacuter in Chinawas also listed.
It’s a newly but of great potential to in digital currency payment solution.
It’s obviously seen from the market share below that Genesis Coin, General Bytes, Lamassu, BitAccess and Coinsource dominant the industry, though. Some newly manufacturer startups also see great potential.

DOBI ATM as highly potential newcomers is striving to provide everyone easy access to buy ans sell bitcoin in hardware solution and software development.
Supported by the a capital group , Currently there’s over 200 business-to-business operators worldwide and now is the biggest Bitcion ATM manufacurer in China


Seeing from the whole cryptocurrency industry chain, there are mining, digital currency exchange, crypto wallet, media and services field, token release company and payment field. Cryptocurrency exchange functions most important for its huge power in liquidity and profitability.
There’s no doubt the blockchain technology will overturn the whole world revelutionary after 10 year’s development since the release of Bitcoin Whitepaper by Satoshi Nakamoto.; And no one would suspect the financial role cryptocurrency is playing, especially in payment field.
Bitcoin ATM can both work as an alternative for exchange and payment solution for daily life. It surely see great market confidence.
DOBI ATM still holds that only project with practical solution in real world that survives at last.
Bitcoin ATM just helps the adoption of wide use of bitcoin in daily payment among the ordinary.
Let’s witness how the cryptocurrency and bitcoin ATM industry expand.
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Witnessed REAMDE in real life

(though no one got abducted or shot)
Took a weekend trip to Vancouver to check out the ATM. An older lady started asking me questions about how to use the thing after I did the first palm scans. I made some comment about how cool the whole thing is and she said: "Well no, I'm being held ransom for my excel files."
This is, I'm sure you're thinking, a statement that does not compute. It definitely is hard to parse when you're in the mindset of techno-utopianism. Her explanation, after a moment of my shock: she got a virus on her household computer, its encrypted all her Excel files, and some hacker is extorting her for one Bitcoin and threatening to delete all her files in 72 hours if he doesn't get it.
I tried to help her out, but there's a huge wall to climb in figuring out how to help someone in that circumstance, right? She had a hand-written receiving address that I imagine the hacker was monitoring for payment; it would have been a nightmare to enter correctly into the machine (even if she had copied the CaSe correctly).
It didn't come to that, though, because the machine was having problems. She walked out in exasperation at some point, leaving some cash behind in the machine, and I imagine she (rightly) went to the cops. I called Bitcoiniacs and told them about the situation, a few hours later they (commendably) called me back and said they'd got her straightened out.
The point: this individual has had probably the worst introductory experience with bitcoin possible. I imagine this isn't an isolated event; I imagine that Vancouverites are being specifically targeted by this kind of randsomeware because of the presence of the ATM.
We, as a community, need to get out ahead of this issue, or it will become a PR nightmare. Being extorted for one bitcoin for your excel files is probably the mildest scenario, I can imagine much worse situations. Like, for instance, the plot of REAMDE.
I don't know what to do. Discuss.
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First time at Vancouver ATM

Buying bitcoin for the first time from the ATM in Vancouver: Lunch break ride up to downtown, thank goodness it wasn't raining. Almost got lost, missed a traffic light cycle to reorient with my phone. Maybe I should have gone with narrated navigation instead of listening to a podcast. Like most of the time I am almost to my destination when I think I'm lost.
Got to Waves coffee shop. Group of middle-aged upper-middle-class people at a table discussing buying bulk cuts of beef. Couple of men in front of me fawning over the historical significance of their transaction, taking pictures with their cell phones. I knew I would have to scan my palm, but four times? Well, it wasn't that bad. I've been through rougher security. Was told to come back in five minutes.
Went and got a burrito. Came back and there was a young woman doing the full day limit of $3000 in one hundreds into the machine. I did my business, feeling like a pauper. Just five crisp new clean green 20s. Got my receipts and my new wallet. Talked to an older guy about the tech, and wished the lady good luck. Biked back to work and scribbled out this post.
Now, I gotta put it somewhere better than the flimsy thermal paper it came on.
edit link for service website for interested parties: https://robocoinkiosk.com
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Vancouver, B.C.: Anonymous ATMs, Y or N? Also: Fees?

OK, haven't seen a complete list of the ATMs of Vancouver and environs, with information on how intrusive the KYC is, or how high the fees are. Excuse the messy "formatting". I'll try to keep it up to date by editing the main post. Also, I'll reply in the first post just in case that is not possible. If anyone has newer information, please post it! Thanks.
1 - Waves, at Howe and Smithe, No longer Y. Now: N, requires log-in and cell data. Palmscans. Were 5%. Now?
2 - QuadrigaCX HQ, 322 Water St. in Gastown, Y
3 - Steamrollers on Robson (at Bute), Y - although the eaters seem to be very interested in any transactions. Bitstamp + 0.3%, quite reasonable.
4 - BCIT in Burnaby, Removed, February-ish 2015
5 - 24/7 Thai Vietnamese Cuisine, 986 West Broadway (at Oak). Probably N, as it’s a Robocoin case (running General Bytes software). Was (V of S, oob) + 5%
6 - "Decentral.bangtown", Corner of Richards and 438 West Pender. Y (probably, since it's run by Quadriga CX)
7 - Beta Collective, near KGH Skytrain station, 13637 100 Ave, Not yet in service (June 22, 2015)
8 - Pacific Central Station, Gateway Newsstand, N. Requires cell data. Very high 9% fee, Cavirtex. Camera on top of machine is not in use. Yet.
9,10,11 - SFU bookstores, Van, Burnaby, Surrey. Lamassu. Y?
12 - DMAC Apple, Lansdowne Centre, Richmond. Y? N? Bitpay CAD + 5%.
13,14,15,16,17 - Waves - 2588 Main (at 10th), Vancouver 3% buy, 6% sell - 93 Lonsdale, North Van 3% - 1095 W Broadway (at Spruce), Vancouver 3% - 105 10777 University Dr. Surrey (City Point) - 180 5951 No.3 Rd. Richmond. 3% Bitnational. Y? N?
18 - Healthy Noodle House - 2716 W 4th, Vancouver. Skyhook, Y? N? Bitcoin Solutions, fee: 5%.
19,20 - PC Doctor - 106 2922 Glen Dr. Coquitlam. Cryptopick Genesis Coin Machine. Y. 3.5%. IBAY Computers 2929 Saint Johns St. Port Moody. Y. Cryptopick. 3.5%
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Now worth $61,500,000, it might be time to buy the whole damn landfill and do the treasure hunt.

This is the best tl;dr I could make, original reduced by 74%. (I'm a bot)
LONDON - An IT worker threw out a computer hard drive without realizing it contained $7.5 million worth of the digital currency Bitcoin.
Howells, whose ordeal was first reported by the Guardian, worked out the hard drive would have been taken to a local landfill site and visited the dump to speak to the manager.
The hard drive is so valuable because it contains the key to 7,500 bitcoins, a currency which exists only in the digital world.
Howells, from Newport, in South Wales, created his 7,500 bitcoins in 2009, when the new currency was only known in niche circles and of little value.
The first Bitcoin ATM machine opened in Vancouver, Canada, last month.
"I started hearing all these stories about people making money from Bitcoin, and basically the penny just dropped and I remembered the bitcoins on the hard drive I had thrown away," he said.
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Another Beginners Bitcoin Experience

Hey guys,I just wanted to share my venture into Bitcoin because, as I know from experience, I really found reading about the actual experiences of others helpful. There is an absolute wealth of information in these online Bitcoin communities that can be very technical and confusing to a beginner.
I've chosen to use both Blockchain and Electrum as my wallets.
Blockchain, since it is purely an online wallet, I use to hold a small amount of my BTC. I find it convenient to use for transactions and quick transfers since I can use it on my iPhone, Android tablet and PC. However I don't hold all of my BTC in there because from my understanding, it is at some level of risk to be lost or stolen by both outside attackers and the insiders of the website. I think of it as my 'checking' account.
Electrum is what I use as my 'savings' account since it has many more options built into it. Rather than your BTC living on a remote server, they live on your local device's HDD. Your private keys are NOT shared with any remote servers (like they are with Blockchain) and the private key store on your device is encrypted. Also, when generating a wallet with a device connected to the internet, it creates a 'seed' (essentially a 128bit string of random words) that you can use to recover your wallet should your HDD corrupt. Additionally, for added security, you can create your wallet on an OFFLINE device which allows you to then take your private keys and store them on the media of your choosing (USB stick, external HDD, etc). This is beneficial as your private keys are never exposed to an online attack (just make sure you store that USB drive in a safe place!). Electrum is not available on iOS.
As for actually purchasing BTC, I am fortunate enough to live in Vancouver which is home to the world's first ATM. If anyone, locals or otherwise, want to know more about it or how to use it, feel free to leave a comment or PM. At a high level, it creates a personal account for you and authenticates using your palm print. You then have the option to purchase or sell BTC. To purchase, you select the dollar amount first. Then it gives you an option to either let it automatically create a paper wallet for you on the spot (so you don't even have to use either of what i have listed above) or you can scan in the public QR code of your own wallet and have the money transferred directly in. Now when you scan the QR code (on this machine or any other device that is transferring you funds) it will display your wallet's public key. I've gotten in the habit of validating that the first and last 4 characters of my key match up, to make sure my Bitcoins are going to the right place! Based on some simple math, I've found that this machine charges a ~3% commission above the market rate.
As for online exchanges, unfortunately I don't have much advice in that area since I have yet to use one and the best one for you may depend on the country you live in. However, if I ever need to use an online exchange I would sign up with CAVirtex and/or Bitstamp.
Anyways, to wrap this up I hope that even one person found this helpful. And if anyone would like to correct or expand upon anything I've said above, PLEASE DO! I'm happy to be a part of this community and will share any future learnings. I've actually met a few real-life Bitcoin'ers at the coffee shop hosting the ATM (including the owner of the ATM itself!) and all were very friendly and eager to share information. Here's hoping BTC is here to stay!
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Find location of Coinme Bitcoin ATM machine in Vancouver US at 8700 Northeast Vancouver Mall Drive<br />Vancouver, WA 98662<br />United States Bitcoin ATM (abbreviated as BATM) is a kiosk that allows a person to buy Bitcoin using an automatic teller machine. Some Bitcoin ATMs offer bi-directional functionality enabling both the purchase of Bitcoin as well as the sale of Bitcoin for cash. Bitcoin machines are not exactly the same as traditional ATMs but work in a similar fashion Waves Coffee, Port Coquitlam (Canada) 2748 Lougheed Hwy 300a, Port Coquitlam, B.C. ATM hours, buying and selling Bitcoins; Mon - Fri: 7am - 9pm; Sat & Sun: 8am - 5pm Bitcoin ATM in Vancouver, Ontario. Buy or sell Bitcoin instantly without verification or ID. Supports Bitcoin, Litecoin and Ethereum with over 140 machines nationwide. Find a Bitcoin ATM near you! 1. What is a Bitcoin ATM? A Bitcoin ATM acts like a physical Bitcoin exchange where you can buy and sell Bitcoins with cash. The world’s first Bitcoin ATM was opened on October 29, 2013, at Waves Coffee Shop in Vancouver, Canada. The device is often comprised of a scanner, a cash dispenser, and a computer to manage the transactions.

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Bitaccess - How to use a BTM (Bitcoin ATM)

Robocoin, the world's first Bitcoin-based ATM opened for business on Tuesday in the Waves Coffee shop in Vancouver, Canada. Unlike other automatic teller machines, the Robocoin doesn't take bank ... Bitcoin ATM machines may resemble a traditional auto teller machine, but they are very unique in how they work. The following are some of these unique features: ... 2013, in Vancouver Canada. The ... Video explainer of how to use a Bitcoin ATM (also known as a BTM). This video explains how to instantly buy or sell bitcoin at a BTM. He was a friend to the community and we use to hold a ton of Vancouver bitcoin meetups in the Quadriga office. RIP Gerry, you will be missed. ... MINI ATM MACHINE COIN BOX PIGGY BANK - Duration: 5 ... In this video I show how to purchase Bitcoin with cash at an ATM machine and use it to make a purchase. ... Using the new Bitcoin ATM in Waves Coffee Vancouver - Duration: 1:19. radioimaging ...

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