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Bitcoin Code 2019 Review - Is Bitcoin Code A Scam?

Bitcoin Code is a bitcoin new business headquartered in Beijing. The organization makes bitcoin ATMs. Discover all that you have to think about Bitcoin Code today in our audit.
What is Bitcoin Code?
Bitcoin Code, discovered online at Bitcoin Code, is a bitcoin innovation organization that propelled China's first self-created two-way bitcoin ATM machine.
The organization's ATMs are intended to contend with other driving bitcoin ATMs available.
For what reason are Bitcoin Code's ATMs "two way" ATMs? With Bitcoin Code ATMs, you can purchase and sell bitcoins. The ATMs additionally accompany multi-money support. Furthermore, they use consistence guidelines (counting KYC/AML) to work with guidelines in purviews around the globe.
At the present time, Bitcoin Code is concentrating on the Asian commercial center. Later on, in any case, the organization intends to dispatch its ATMs around the world. Today, you can arrange stands anyplace on the planet.
The organization started creating ATMs in 2013.
How Do Bitcoin Code ATMs Work?
Bitcoin Code calls its ATMs "Bitcoin Teller Kiosks". The stands all work along these lines. You approach the ATM-formed gadget, at that point pick your language (Chinese, English, and Japanese are for the most part accessible).
The machines offer a comparable encounter to what you would discover at any bank. Throughout the years, Bitcoin Code has persistently redesigned its stands with quicker speeds, better wellbeing, better security, and quicker withdrawals. At this moment, you can approach a Bitcoin Code stand and pull back your cash in 30 seconds – so you no longer need to sit tight 10 minutes for your bitcoin withdrawal to be prepared. Stores are prepared in as meager as 15 seconds.
By and large, Bitcoin Code cases to offer "bank level" security at its booths. The organization made their booths in association with a maker that makes ATMs for banks far and wide.
Another one of a kind thing about Bitcoin Code is that administrators can associate with significant trades by means of APIs. So you can arrangement a stand to work with a specific trade.
Exchange affirmations are accessible through email, SMS, or phone. The booths likewise offer paper wallet printing.
As referenced over, Bitcoin Code's booths agree to security gauges like know your client (KYC) and against illegal tax avoidance (AML), making them a reasonable alternative in locales around the globe. Bitcoin Code's AML and KYC conventions are controlled by Jumio.
Bitcoin Code Pricing
Ordinarily, bitcoin ATMs are estimated at around $5,000 on the less expensive end (like Lamassu) and $15,000 on the more costly end (like Robocoin).
Bitcoin Code is valued right in the center at around $10,000 USD per unit. You'll have to pay additional expenses for nearby or worldwide conveyances. On the off chance that you need an additional cashbox equipped for holding 1,000 additional bills/notes, at that point you can add $500 to your request.
Bitcoin Code Features
Bitcoin Code promotes the entirety of the accompanying highlights on its ATM:
Better after-deal administration by means of DAC framework with day in and day out help
Bank-level equipment framework for productive and secure help
Steady and safe implanted programming made by an expert ATM producer
Zero authorizing charges for all exchanges
Multi-work dashboard to give a superior client experience, including better constant control and cautions sent through SMS/email
15 seconds for exchange handling, including 30 second withdrawal times
Proficient AML/KYC answers for full consistence with guidelines and solicitations
HD huge LCD screen that takes into account the situation of altered logos and ads
Multilingual activity framework accessible in Chinese, English, or Japanese
Supports various monetary standards
Supports confirmation by means of phone, SMS, and email
Paper wallet generator
Broad cashbox equipped for fitting 1200 notes (standard arrangement) or 4000 notes (most extreme limit); you can likewise buy an extra cashbox for $500
Programming interface accessible to associate the booth to primary cryptographic money trades
Bitcoin Code Tech Specs
A portion of the key specialized particulars behind Bitcoin Code include:
Measurements: 1766mm (H) x 587mm (W) x 560mm (L)
Weight: 60kg
Household Shipping: Wooden Container (2100mm x 800mm x 700mm)
Worldwide Shipping: Vacuum Packaging (2000mm x 700mm x 600mm)
Money Box: An extra money box is accessible for $500 USD (each money box fits 1000 bills/notes)
About Bitcoin Code
Bitcoin Code is authoritatively enlisted at Bitcoin Code Technology Development Co Ltd. The organization was established in 2013 by Xiaoning Nan. They're situated in Beijing, yet in addition have activities in Japan.
BITCOIN CODE Conclusion
Bitcoin Code is a two way bitcoin ATM accessible in Asian markets. As a two way bitcoin ATM, a Bitcoin Code booth allows you to purchase and sell bitcoin. The ATM highlights APIs you can use to interface with significant trades. There's additionally a huge presentation where you can include your image. Other key highlights incorporate paper wallets, KYC/AML support, multi-money support, and multi-language support (in Chinese, Japanese, and English).
Bitcoin Code stands are evaluated in the mid-scope of bitcoin ATMs. They're not the least expensive, nor are they the most costly. You can hope to pay about $10,000 before transportation.
https://www.cryptoerapro.com/bitcoin-code/
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We've shut down the buy option at the Bitcoin ATM in Vancouver.

UPDATE: All withdrawals have all cleared! For the time being we will manually process all transactions through a personal float until a proper hot wallet solution is implemented. Thanks to everyone for the comments, suggestions, and support.
Unfortunately, due to a massive delay in processing at Bitstamp, and ZERO response to repeated contact requests from anyone in management or customer service there, we've had to shut down the buying option at Vancouver's Bitcoin ATM at Waves Coffee. We are dealing with a backlog of 45+ BTC that are "waiting to be processed" and have not been processed since as far back as Tuesday.
We will not bring the ATM back online until this backlog clears and we get a response from Bitstamp. To any customers waiting for their coins to come through we apologize for the inconvenience and confusion, and we thank you kindly for your patience. We can also assure you that you will not lose any money or coins as a result of this.
The ATM's status can be seen on the front page of www.Bitcoiniacs.com, and we will update it, along with our Facebook page, as soon as this issue is resolved.
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First Bitcoin ATM in Queensland, Australia.

First Bitcoin ATM in Queensland, Australia. submitted by Chap82 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Will and Norm from Tested buy a Bitcoin from an ATM!

Will and Norm from Tested buy a Bitcoin from an ATM! submitted by zzat to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

West Edmonton Mall in Canada has a brand new Bitcoin ATM, courtesy of BitNational!

West Edmonton Mall in Canada has a brand new Bitcoin ATM, courtesy of BitNational! submitted by FenrisJager to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

I received my Project Skyhook Bitcoin ATM. Here's a few pictures of the unboxing and a short video demonstration...

I will be using this ATM for my club, the Penn State University Bitcoin Club, to make it easier for students to purchase bitcoin on campus.
http://imgur.com/a/Mwd85
Demonstration Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ydG-4ZerFnM&feature=youtu.be
One of the big goals of the club is to promote bitcoin for philanthropic purposes. We've just launched our first campaign to help fund a medical treatment for a fellow bitcoiner. You can read more about his story and our campaign here:
http://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/27r7vg/weve_launched_our_first_philanthropic_bitcoin/
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First 2-way bitcoin ATM in Montreal

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ROBOGATE 2014 UPDATE: Internet Justice Has Been Served

ROBOGATE 2014 UPDATE: Internet Justice Has Been Served
A couple of days ago my friend Andrew and I posted about our experience buying a Bitcoin ATM from a company called Robocoin. You can read about it here, it’s a pretty crazy story. The post got way more attention than we thought it would, and by the next morning it had been shared all over the place. We were a top story on Reddit, Slashdot, and HackerNews, and there were thousands of tweets about it. We also received a ton of emails from reporters, Robocoin customers, and the Bitcoin community at large. To our surprise, a story about a broken ATM went viral. We weren't sure what would happen, but as things unfolded we learned a few things about the power of the Internet...
We learned that attention gets results. The night we went public, we figured we had little chance of ever seeing our money again. Especially when Jordan tried to spin the story and posted this response, which unfortunately didn’t line up with the facts we had shared. The next morning, with the intense spotlight of Internet Justice focused on Robocoin, we got our $25,000 back along with a hangdog apology from Jordan (see it here).
While we’re happy that we got our money back, we learned something much more troubling: We are not alone. In between reporters, well wishers and sympathizers, we heard from other unhappy Robocoin customers. Stories similar to our own: Machines that are 6 months or more delayed. Machines that break all the time and don’t reliably process transactions. Miserable customer service and empty promises from Jordan and his team. We have our cash back thanks to the help of all of you, but these other customers are yet to be made whole, and that's not right.
This afternoon, Jordan sent us an email asking us to take down our post. He also reached out to other Robocoin customers asking them to do media interviews or give testimonials to help redeem Robocoin's image. I'm not sure if that will help Robocoin, but from my years in business there is one thing I’m certain of: Unhappy customers will always lead to bad PR. Just look at Comcast. At this point Andrew and I could quietly walk away with our money and leave the other customers to fend for themselves but we'd like to use the opportunity to help Robocoin do right by them.
We hope that Jordan and the team at Robocoin will take this opportunity to redeem themselves and issue a refund to anybody that:
If any Robocoin customers out there need us to help shine a spotlight on your issues, please feel free to email me at [email protected] so we can share your story and help you get a resolution. That said, we hope that Robocoin will do the right thing and resolve these issues privately, so that that isn’t necessary.
Thank you, Internet! That was awesome.
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Trojan Horse of Remittance > Bitcoin ATMs are just automated and superscalable version of Western Union.

Generally bitcoin ATMs are viewed as local exchanges. They do allow for exchanging cash localy for bitcoin and person needs to be present to carry out the operation. Seemingly like classic fiat ATM, they cannot send cash over distance to arbitrary account. This is why we call them ATMs - Automatic Teller Machines.
What I was thinking about lately is that maybe we should call these bitcoin machines as bitcoin ARMs - Automatic Remittance Machines, or better ATRMs - Automatic Teller and Remittance Machines, since they can do effectively both function.
It didn't strike me before but since bitcoin is global by design, any exchange between cash and bitcoin, is potentially non-local transaction, what makes bitcoin ATMs exchange local is only the fact that usually people use their own bitcoin address or address generated by the machine in which cash is put. But it doesnt have to be the case.
Here is the remittance scenario, it goes like this:
The questions are:
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Lamassu atms are way too expensive !

I recently checked the prices of average ATMs and they cost between 2000 and 5000 dollars. How come a lamassu costs 5000. Conzidering the fact that it can only sell bitcoins it should cost much less. Are we paying a premium for development costs ? Are the prices going to decrease dramatically in the future ?
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Bring Bitcoin ATM Kiosks to California!

Hello World!
We are California Cryptocoin and we are a California LLC setting up a network of Robocoin ATM kiosks around California! Our goal, with your help, is to bring liquidity and legitimacy to a rapidly expanding Bitcoin market by bringing these ATMs to you! We are very close to our launch, but we need help with the last step before we can open for business. That being said, this is where we stand:
What this means is that we are roughly $50k short of having a $250k (this includes asset price of machines) net worth as a company. This is the minimum for us to obtain the correct licenses and it is the last obstacle we need to get over in order to launch. So we need YOUR HELP!
We have set up a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo to try and raise the last $50k. Please check out our page at our crowdfunding page and help do your part in contributing to the Bitcoin community. We have some pretty cool perks in return for you support and we even have the option to donate in Bitcoin!
Anyways, we want to thank you for all of your support and for hearing us out. The future for Bitcoin is bright.
Cheers, The California Cryptocoin Team
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What is the point of atms if they're going to shut down operations everytime the price goes down?

I'm in Toronto, I've had this problem several times. First time the price dropped below $400 CAD i went to buy Bitcoin at the Robocoin machine on Bloor street and it didn't work, once the price went up to $480-500 the machine was functioning again. Then I went yesterday when the price was still around $400 CAD and the machine stopped working again.
Then I went to Cavirtex atm at Yorkdale, my first time there, out of service. Called their number no support.
Such a terrible look.
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My first experience with a bitcoin ATM did not go very well.

I went to the D casino tonight in Las Vegas to try and buy some bitcoin using the Robocoin machine located inside. However, things did not go as planned.
First of all, I had to give, in my opinion, too much information: phone number, scan of ID, and scan of my palm. I reluctantly did so. It told me it would be a 5 minute process to approve my application. I waited about 20 minutes before I got a text saying my application would have to be manually reviewed?? Needless to say, I left without any newly acquire coin.
Secondly, the price was too high. It was $636 to buy and $580 to sell while the market price at the time (bitstamp) was $607. Once again, in my opinion, this is too much markup. Especially for anyone to buy any type of substantial amount of coins.
On the brighter side though, while I was waiting for my application to be reviewed and accepted, I visited the D gift shop that accepts bitcoin. I walk in and 2 girls are buying snacks, drinks, and a few random souvenirs with bitcoin. It was 2am by the way, Cool!! Anyways, I bought a deck of playing cards using bitcoin and the transaction was instantaneous.
Cliffs:
Would never buy bitcoin using an atm because the price is too high and if I wanted to use a currency regulated by the U.S. government I would just use the dollar.
Buying things with bitcoin is extremely, amazingly straightforward and easy.
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01-16 16:43 - 'Bitcoin is fraudulent and nothing but insider Trading ...NO, Researchers find that one person likely drove Bitcoin from $150 to $1,000 ....NO. Try more FUD' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/Theguy3993 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 564-574min

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Yeah ok keep pumping out the articles about this so funny I would bet the articles stating bitcoin went to 1000$ on fraudulent money is 100% posted by insider traders or Wall St.. And Its no secret Wall St is driven by insider trading. Heck you can watch a documentary that shows how they do insider trading using loopholes of having a couple people down the line get the info that they "donate" money to for information. But anyways I just wanted to post another rant and laugh... Also, if you want to claim bitcoin is fraudulent based on a couple people who traded 36 million dollars worth of a coin worth 250 Billion on average give or take 50 billion or 0.000144% of bitcoin then I guess all banks should close tomorrow since 90% of all money banks handle have traces of cociane on them and clearly came from fraudulent places.
Again, I will state bitcoin will rise and fall like it always does pretty much only falling from fake news pumped in sync with sell offs to try to get more for cheap, and thats fine its so obvious to me also I have traded since before Mt.Gox and the coins never went to its peak and stayed there untill after the fall of Mt.Gox. The timeline may show that right before Mt.gox froze the price of BTC was going up. Until around that time but anyone who used MT.Gox knows that no one could move, trade or withdraw there funds long before it was froze and it finally froze from the lawsuits regarding this so essentially Mt.Gox was out of the game.
And for those who like facts here you are I will include the links also
[link]1
"On 15 May 2013, the US authorities seized accounts associated with Mt. Gox after discovering that it had not registered as a money transmitter with FinCEN in the US.[52][53]
On 17 May 2013, it was reported that BitInstant processed approximately 30 percent of the money going into and out of bitcoin, and in April alone facilitated 30,000 transactions,[54]
On 23 June 2013, it was reported that the US Drug Enforcement Administration listed 11.02 bitcoins as a seized asset in a United States Department of Justice seizure notice pursuant to 21 U.S.C. § 881.[55] It is the first time a government agency has claimed to have seized bitcoin.[56][57]
In July 2013 a project began in Kenya linking bitcoin with M-Pesa, a popular mobile payments system, in an experiment designed to spur innovative payments in Africa.[58] During the same month the Foreign Exchange Administration and Policy Department in Thailand stated that bitcoin lacks any legal framework and would therefore be illegal, which effectively banned trading on bitcoin exchanges in the country.[59][60] According to Vitalik Buterin, a writer for Bitcoin Magazine, "bitcoin's fate in Thailand may give the electronic currency more credibility in some circles", but he was concerned it didn't bode well for bitcoin in China.[61]
On 6 August 2013, Federal Judge Amos Mazzant of the Eastern District of Texas of the Fifth Circuit ruled that bitcoins are "a currency or a form of money" (specifically securities as defined by Federal Securities Laws), and as such were subject to the court's jurisdiction,[62][63] and Germany's Finance Ministry subsumed bitcoins under the term "unit of account"—a financial instrument—though not as e-money or a functional currency, a classification nonetheless having legal and tax implications.[64]
In October 2013, the FBI seized roughly 26,000 BTC from website Silk Road during the arrest of alleged owner Ross William Ulbricht.[65][66][67] Two companies, Robocoin and Bitcoiniacs launched the world's first bitcoin ATM on 29 October 2013 in Vancouver, BC, Canada, allowing clients to sell or purchase bitcoin currency at a downtown coffee shop.[68][69][70] Chinese internet giant Baidu had allowed clients of website security services to pay with bitcoins.[71]
In November 2013, the University of Nicosia announced that it would be accepting bitcoin as payment for tuition fees, with the university's chief financial officer calling it the "gold of tomorrow".[72] During November 2013, the China-based bitcoin exchange BTC China overtook the Japan-based Mt. Gox and the Europe-based Bitstamp to become the largest bitcoin trading exchange by trade volume.[73]
In December 2013, Overstock.com[74] announced plans to accept bitcoin in the second half of 2014. On 5 December 2013, the People's Bank of China prohibited Chinese financial institutions from using bitcoins.[75] After the announcement, the value of bitcoins dropped,[76] and Baidu no longer accepted bitcoins for certain services.[77] Buying real-world goods with any virtual currency has been illegal in China since at least 2009.[78]"
*** In fact I was trading the Down swings around this time and remember it quite clearly and the price most deffinatly did not shoot up with any relation to Mt.Gox if anything Mt.Gox was the reason for the fall from the news and panic!
Also, WAKE UP PEOPLE. Wall St's total value is what 2.7 Trillion that took like 100 years to get. Does no one else realize the magnitude of Bitcoin to them. Bitcoin in 10 years or less including its many other Coins under it is worth 658-758Billion or 0.65-0.75T in 1/10th the time Wall St did it and its getting bigger all the time.
[link]2
I've said it before and Ill say it again there scared because Bitcoin, (and altcoin), traders are used to volatility, We can loose 70% of our gains or investment in a day or an hour and still keep on truckin. But that type of volatility scared the pants off the big traders because they also have investors to explain these situations to and they have no merits to base there explanations on since nothing in the real world short of good and bad news or money in and money out of coins affects the prices very much. And for this reason Wall St will never like it and the fact its outside of there nice controlled systems they designed that benefit the rich and rape the poor. And this new system which does not allow credit, or BS is a new realm to them. Sure there might be some insider trading some of the time but the order books and live stats are available to anyone and everyone equally, unlike stocks where you need crazy memberships just to get short 15 minute delayed stats on the live markets and only the top accounts with over 50,000$ invested can even dream about getting anything better. And you have to pay 6.99-24.99 Per trade the lesser being for the 50k investor, leaving no learning curve for the small guys. So in my opinion its still a way better system and anyone can easily do some research like I have today and not panic sell from every little BS article and simple trade for yourselves. And Bitcoin to Altcoin trades BTW will cost you 0.06-0.08% and Bitcoin/Altcoin to USD (Or your Currency) will cost you 0.18-0.24% on most exchanges or platforms.
If you've read my rant this far I thank you for your time. Some article just really grind my gears :D
PS - Below is some handy trading platforms and tools
I would also like to take a moment just to say anyone interested in a FreeTrading Platform should check out Qt Bitcoin Trader from source forge. Or if your a bit more advanced there is a nice program you can try for free and the trial is the the same as the full version (I have used both since I bought it shortly after) and that is called LeonarDo by margin software a very talented German company.
Qt Bitcoin Trader - [link]3 Leonardo - [link]4
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Robocoin feedback thread.

As a lot many people would be trying out the machines over this weekend and beyond, I suppose we can collate the feedback for Robocoin to address.
I would preface by saying that I consider the bitcoin ATM (ATB?) to be in alpha and as with any technology being at the bleeding edge has its price. Rounding out the edges would help gearing it for mainstream adoption.
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British Chancellor George Osborne Buys Bitcoin

For Immediate Release
British Chancellor George Osborne Buys Bitcoin Today the U.K.’s Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osbourne, bought bitcoins for the first time from Cointrader.net's Bitcoin ATM powered by Robocoin.
[link to download photo (actual photos can trigger spam filters)]
London, England, August 5th 2014. British Chancellor George Osborne was the VIP guest at today's launch of Innovate Finance, previously FinTech UK, an industry body designed to champion Britain's finance and technology industry.
As the Cabinet Minister responsible for all economic and financial matters, Osbourne has the most powerful position in Government alongside the Prime Minister. Osbourne's receptive attitude to Bitcoin is another positive sign as the popular digital currency gains institutional acceptance. The inclusion of Bitcoin companies at this event is representative of the increasing interest in Bitcoin from the finance industry. Developments such as this help solidify the long-term stability and growth of Bitcoin.
Cointrader.net now has 5 Robocoin ATMs globally in London, Vancouver, Tokyo, Singapore and Bucharest which form part of a larger global network of over 40 Robocoin Bitcoin ATMs.
Cointrader.net’s Hugh Halford-Thompson was invited to the event to demonstrate the Bitcoin ATM to the Chancellor. The ATM courted a great deal of attention, with many people asking for demonstrations throughout the event. Halford-Thompson runs Cointrader.net’s UK ATM and bitcoin brokerage out of an E-Cig Cafe - 'The Vape Lab' – at 232 Shoreditch High Street in London.
The Chancellor greeted Halford-Thompson’ demonstration of the machine with great enthusiasm, and made his first ever Bitcoin purchase. This wasn’t the first time Robocoin has made friends with influential politicians, having demonstrated for the U.S. Congress alongside Congressman Jared Polis in April, and the Italian Parliament alongside Parliament member Sergio Boccadutri in June.
Speaking after the event, Halford-Thompson remarked, “Today we witnessed another great step towards Bitcoin’s political and regulatory acceptance which will allow blockchain technology to thrive in the U.K. startup scene and beyond.”
About Cointrader.net Cointrader Exchange Inc. is a leader in the digital currency exchange market. Thanks to Cointrader, and Robocoin, Vancouver now has the world’s first physical Bitcoin ATM, and four other ATMs throughout the world. Specifically, in London, Singapore, Bucharest, and Tokyo. Their UK headquarters are also based in London, and managed by Hugh Halford-Thompson who founded, and runs https://quickbitcoin.co.uk/. Cointrader’s Robocoin ATMs have revolutionized the way people buy and sell bitcoin, and helped increase awareness of Bitcoin globally. The “world’s first” story was picked up by every major news agency in the world, and was one of the factors leading to the explosive rise in bitcoin’s price last year. Cointrader Exchange has an optimistic future within the global digital currency exchange business given the current regulations and technical environment. As an organization that is poised for growth the company has met all significant milestones within a very short period of time, and continues to set ambitious goals for the future.
See Cointrader in: Forbes, Wired, Huffington Post, Washington Post
About Robocoin After launching the world’s first Bitcoin ATM in October 2013, Robocoin has continued making international headlines for being the first Bitcoin ATM to launch in the United States, expanding intercontinentally, presenting for the U.S. Congress, and integrating features that target global banking and remittance markets (store, deposit, withdraw, and send bitcoins worldwide to any phone #, email address, or bitcoin address). Robocoin now has the largest Bitcoin ATM network in the world and spans North America, Asia, Europe and Australia. With a combination of patent pending hardware, software, and reporting tools, Robocoin has emerged as Bitcoin's leader in Anti-Money Laundering and Consumer Protection. Security features include Phone #, PIN #, and palm-vein validation, which secure customer accounts against theft and fraud. The advanced security features are compliant with the strictest anti-money laundering regulations. Info is encrypted when collected, transmitted, and stored, never gets shared with 3rd parties and never gets stored on the machines.
Download Robocoin Press Images Interview requests: Sam Glaser (c) (541) 915-1566 Growth @Robocoin Robocoin Demo | Robocoin Presents to Members of Congress See Robocoin in: WSJ, CNN, Bloomberg, CNBC, Time, Forbes, Wired, Washington Post, Huffington Post, NY Times, ABC, Reuters, Techcrunch, Nasdaq, Entrepreneur, Business Week, Mashable, Venturebeat

Hugh Halford-Thompson 07789231917
Co-Founder Quickbitcoin https://quickbitcoin.co.uk/
Head of UK Operations at Cointrader - bitcoin exchange and brokerage https://www.cointrader.net/
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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] Bitcoin is fraudulent and nothing but insider Trading ...NO, Researchers find that one person lik...

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Yeah ok keep pumping out the articles about this so funny I would bet the articles stating bitcoin went to 1000$ on fraudulent money is 100% posted by insider traders or Wall St.. And Its no secret Wall St is driven by insider trading. Heck you can watch a documentary that shows how they do insider trading using loopholes of having a couple people down the line get the info that they "donate" money to for information. But anyways I just wanted to post another rant and laugh... Also, if you want to claim bitcoin is fraudulent based on a couple people who traded 36 million dollars worth of a coin worth 250 Billion on average give or take 50 billion or 0.000144% of bitcoin then I guess all banks should close tomorrow since 90% of all money banks handle have traces of cociane on them and clearly came from fraudulent places.
Again, I will state bitcoin will rise and fall like it always does pretty much only falling from fake news pumped in sync with sell offs to try to get more for cheap, and thats fine its so obvious to me also I have traded since before Mt.Gox and the coins never went to its peak and stayed there untill after the fall of Mt.Gox. The timeline may show that right before Mt.gox froze the price of BTC was going up. Until around that time but anyone who used MT.Gox knows that no one could move, trade or withdraw there funds long before it was froze and it finally froze from the lawsuits regarding this so essentially Mt.Gox was out of the game.
And for those who like facts here you are I will include the links also
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_bitcoin#2013
"On 15 May 2013, the US authorities seized accounts associated with Mt. Gox after discovering that it had not registered as a money transmitter with FinCEN in the US.[52][53]
On 17 May 2013, it was reported that BitInstant processed approximately 30 percent of the money going into and out of bitcoin, and in April alone facilitated 30,000 transactions,[54]
On 23 June 2013, it was reported that the US Drug Enforcement Administration listed 11.02 bitcoins as a seized asset in a United States Department of Justice seizure notice pursuant to 21 U.S.C. § 881.[55] It is the first time a government agency has claimed to have seized bitcoin.[56][57]
In July 2013 a project began in Kenya linking bitcoin with M-Pesa, a popular mobile payments system, in an experiment designed to spur innovative payments in Africa.[58] During the same month the Foreign Exchange Administration and Policy Department in Thailand stated that bitcoin lacks any legal framework and would therefore be illegal, which effectively banned trading on bitcoin exchanges in the country.[59][60] According to Vitalik Buterin, a writer for Bitcoin Magazine, "bitcoin's fate in Thailand may give the electronic currency more credibility in some circles", but he was concerned it didn't bode well for bitcoin in China.[61]
On 6 August 2013, Federal Judge Amos Mazzant of the Eastern District of Texas of the Fifth Circuit ruled that bitcoins are "a currency or a form of money" (specifically securities as defined by Federal Securities Laws), and as such were subject to the court's jurisdiction,[62][63] and Germany's Finance Ministry subsumed bitcoins under the term "unit of account"—a financial instrument—though not as e-money or a functional currency, a classification nonetheless having legal and tax implications.[64]
In October 2013, the FBI seized roughly 26,000 BTC from website Silk Road during the arrest of alleged owner Ross William Ulbricht.[65][66][67] Two companies, Robocoin and Bitcoiniacs launched the world's first bitcoin ATM on 29 October 2013 in Vancouver, BC, Canada, allowing clients to sell or purchase bitcoin currency at a downtown coffee shop.[68][69][70] Chinese internet giant Baidu had allowed clients of website security services to pay with bitcoins.[71]
In November 2013, the University of Nicosia announced that it would be accepting bitcoin as payment for tuition fees, with the university's chief financial officer calling it the "gold of tomorrow".[72] During November 2013, the China-based bitcoin exchange BTC China overtook the Japan-based Mt. Gox and the Europe-based Bitstamp to become the largest bitcoin trading exchange by trade volume.[73]
In December 2013, Overstock.com[74] announced plans to accept bitcoin in the second half of 2014. On 5 December 2013, the People's Bank of China prohibited Chinese financial institutions from using bitcoins.[75] After the announcement, the value of bitcoins dropped,[76] and Baidu no longer accepted bitcoins for certain services.[77] Buying real-world goods with any virtual currency has been illegal in China since at least 2009.[78]"
In fact I was trading the Down swings around this time and remember it quite clearly and the price most deffinatly did not shoot up with any relation to Mt.Gox if anything Mt.Gox was the reason for the fall from the news and panic!
Also, WAKE UP PEOPLE. Wall St's total value is what 2.7 Trillion that took like 100 years to get. Does no one else realize the magnitude of Bitcoin to them. Bitcoin in 10 years or less including its many other Coins under it is worth 658-758Billion or 0.65-0.75T in 1/10th the time Wall St did it and its getting bigger all the time.
I've said it before and Ill say it again there scared because Bitcoin, (and altcoin), traders are used to volatility, We can loose 70% of our gains or investment in a day or an hour and still keep on truckin. But that type of volatility scared the pants off the big traders because they also have investors to explain these situations to and they have no merits to base there explanations on since nothing in the real world short of good and bad news or money in and money out of coins affects the prices very much. And for this reason Wall St will never like it and the fact its outside of there nice controlled systems they designed that benefit the rich and rape the poor. And this new system which does not allow credit, or BS is a new realm to them. Sure there might be some insider trading some of the time but the order books and live stats are available to anyone and everyone equally, unlike stocks where you need crazy memberships just to get short 15 minute delayed stats on the live markets and only the top accounts with over 50,000$ invested can even dream about getting anything better. And you have to pay 6.99-24.99 Per trade the lesser being for the 50k investor, leaving no learning curve for the small guys. So in my opinion its still a way better system and anyone can easily do some research like I have today and not panic sell from every little BS article and simple trade for yourselves. And Bitcoin to Altcoin trades BTW will cost you 0.06-0.08% and Bitcoin/Altcoin to USD (Or your Currency) will cost you 0.18-0.24% on most exchanges or platforms.
If you've read my rant this far I thank you for your time. Some article just really grind my gears :D
PS - Below is some handy trading platforms and tools
I would also like to take a moment just to say anyone interested in a FreeTrading Platform should check out Qt Bitcoin Trader from source forge. Or if your a bit more advanced there is a nice program you can try for free and the trial is the the same as the full version (I have used both since I bought it shortly after) and that is called LeonarDo by margin software a very talented German company.
Qt Bitcoin Trader - https://sourceforge.net/projects/bitcointrade Leonardo - https://marginsoftware.de/product.html
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Review of Robocoin ATM at the Merchandise Mart in Chicago

I wanted to share the experience I had today using a Bitcoin ATM, my first time using one. It was a Robocoin ATM operated by Zenbox (Zenbox.us). They had it re-skinned in orange so it didn't say Robocoin anywhere unless you started to use it.
Location: at the 2nd floor of the Merchandise Mart in Chicago IL. It was located near a food court positioned right next to a Redbox machine. Across the walkway from 3 bank ATMs. Decent foot traffic.
The experience: Nobody was using the machine so I went to use it. I planned to buy $10 USD worth of bitcoin. I started by entering my phone number, then it asked me to create a PIN, scanned my palm 4 times, took a picture of me standing in front of the kiosk, and scanned my government ID. I chose my drivers license but it could have been a passport too. Then Robocoin immediately texted me saying they were reviewing my application and they would get back to me in about 5 minutes. I went to get lunch and about 15 minutes later received a text saying I was able to use Robocoin ATMs anywhere in the world. I went back to the machine and entered my phone number, PIN, and scanned my palm and it was ready to accept USD to buy bitcoin. It did not tell me how much of a operator fee I was paying, I assume this was baked into the BTC price. It asked if I wanted to provide a bitcoin address or create a new one (I chose to create a new one, in which case it spat out a receipt with a private key on it). Then I fed the machine my $10 bill and it printed a confirmation receipt. Done.
Other observations: - I stood around the area a short time while waiting for Robocoin to activate my account and took note of whether anyone else used the machine or if they noticed it. It kind of sticks out since it is all orange. - Of the steady stream of people only 3 groups seemed to notice it. One guy started to use it but did not follow through. Another pointed and laughed with his friends and another studied it from a few feed away before leaving. - This was lunch hour, so at one point there was an enormous line in front of the Chase / Bank of America ATMs across the walk way.
Surprises: - It took 15 minutes to confirm my account creation. In comparison to a bank this is fast, but I was a bit surprised it took more than the 5 minute expectation they set. - I was surprised they would print out a private key on a receipt, but they did. I guess I could have chosen to give my own address, but I went the path of less work for me in the moment.
Overall an interesting experience that I wanted to share.
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buying from ATM query (newbie alert)

Hi all, is it practical for me to just buy from an ATM whenever I please, the one in my city prints a "paper wallet" so as long as I keep them safe is this a good way to buy bitcoin (bitstamp live price +5% comission). Does it print a different paper wallet each time?
How secure are thse ATMs, and how do I check that the bitcoins are still "mine"?
The ATM is http://satoshipoint.co.uk/ which is run by Robocoin
Thanks
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Bitcoins ATMs are Having a New Trend - skyhook for sale in Melbourne.

This was posted yesterday at http://www.newsbtc.com/2015/07/14/bitcoins-atms-are-having-a-new-trend/
"A lot of Bitcoin ATM machines are being installed all over the world. This year all along and in relation to the same period last year, the installation of Bitcoin ATM devices has doubled.
A new report from Coinatmradar suggests that a new trend has attracted entrepreneurs to start installing Bitcoin ATM machines in prime location all around the world. This has been creating new opportunities while it has brought a lot of new people to the industry.
Currently, there are 119 bitcoin ATM machines running in the U.S. making it over 300 Bitcoin ATM devices scattered around the globe. But with the rising trend, by next year, the number may well be in the thousands. Promoters claim earning potential for machines providing the new bitcoin service is actually quite high.
The most well-known manufacturers of bitcoin ATM machines are BitAccess, BitXatm.com, Coin Outlet, General Bytes, Genesis Coin, Lamassu, Robocoin and Skyhook.
With Bitcoin ATMs, people are able to easily deal with Bitcoin alongside traditional money as an easy way of buying and selling bitcoin while generating additional revenue for the owners.
Transaction fees for buying and selling at bitcoin ATMs are about 6 percent. In addition, ATM operators can sell bitcoins at a higher price than they paid for them, which is the main attractive that is leading entrepreneurs to invest in such devices.
While some online entrepreneurs, favor bitcoins because it is not regulated by governments or banks, other small business owners see the currency’s limits. Supporters claim using bitcoins is effective for selling virtual goods like software or premium content. This is because it may cut down on the cost incurred from selling in foreign markets. To make matters worse, bitcoins are also highly volatile as a currency.
Still, ATM devices installed in prime locations have generated revenue of hundreds and hundreds of dollars. This has allowed fortunate ATM operators to pay off the cost of their machines in a blink of an eye. Currently, the expected ROI for ATM machines is said to be around three to nine months.
If you are a bitcoin entrepreneur looking for low cash investments, Bitcoin ATM devices might be your best option!"
I have a skyhook for sale. It has spent some weekends in a cafe when I work there. Unfortunately this is a quiet backstreet neighbourhood cafe with little traffic. It needs a better home and permanent installation (or not?). Near mint condition. Total cost with customs and delivery was round $1500. I will sell it on for $950 pick-up in Melbourne. Payment in bitcoin preferred of course!
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I've been trading and dealing with cryptos (since feb) on mobile this whole time... Or: how to cash out of reddcoin without crashing the price.

My laptop busted as soon as we landed...
I had stayed connected the whole time through this tiny laptop the size of a Neil Stephenson novel. It felt so perfect beneath my hands, so awkwardly perfect. Turning it on for the first time at a Kona hostel, I hear the hard drive rev up, and the beep... but nothing on the screen. Oh well. I'm on Hawaii.
I spent the whole time off grid. I went there to live deliberately, following the guidance of a great man. A man you only here about in books anymore. Thoreau was a man that didn't know why he wanted what he wanted until he had it, and I didn't know I was following in his foot steps, until I did.
Living off grid is like having a new born human baby, it's alot more difficult than it seems, but when you do you all of a sudden feel the need to do it, it's hard, but it gets easy... Our host, the man that owned the castle, was in to bitcoin. He would update us on the happenings... When it started rising in price after november... the peak in December... dogecoin's debut... I researched the shit out of it every chance I got which was not often, it was never enough. I wanted more. I had been waiting for this. I remember reading a Bank Of America report on bitcoin. I was stunned. I heard about it being used in regards to the silk road only. But never thought it would go passed that. Now politicians accept it.
We decided it was time to leave in january, and moved closer into Hilo so we could get to a paid job easier. In February I got a tablet. It became like crack to me. Researching cryptos, realizing dreams are coming true, interests peaked. I found reddcoin soon after that. I thought how good an idea to have a "social currency"... I joined the reddcoin tipping army and started spreading the redd. Thats how I got my first reddcoins... tipping and being tipped. There were only about 400 people then. It was fun, new.
When we got to Honolulu, I was a full on information junkie again... I didn't even want to go to the beach, I just wanted to read about bitcoin. I went to the beach... i just didnt want to. I had always loved economics and finance and such, but was simply not motivated by the US dollar. Here was my dream come true. A decentralized, stateless, peer2peer money... and not only that, but the technology it's built upon... for lack of a better word, I was stoked.
A week before we left Hawaii for Las Vegas, I asked the community what the largest tip to date was... Franklinmints then said that I could have the largest tip, and graciously tipped me 1.5m rdd (5 or 6 satoshi back then)... That moment made my week! I woke to find that and was so excited! Somebody just gave me 45 dollars just like an e-mail!!!!!! Life changed!!!
Soon after that, I bought my first bitcoins from localbitcoins.com, finally I had some and instantly became a believer. I gave mBTC to everybody I met, and even moved some onto my first exchange to buy more rdd. Bitcoin atms were becoming a thing now, and I was on my way to Las Vegas.
I never went to Robocoin headquaters, and The "D" hadn't started accepting bitcoin yet, but I was waste deep, and sinking. I had even started cultivated an idea, to help add to the reddcoin/bitcoin economy. I then, decided at that point that I needed a laptop again. I vowed to not get a computer untill If had enough money through trading/holding cryptos to buy one.
When/if reddcoin goes up in value, what would be the best way to cash out into btc without crashing the price???
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