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Video: Lamassu ATM dispensing cash in about 15 seconds

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Does anyone own a bitcoin ATM? If so, how are you doing?

I want to help the Bitcoin community grow by purchasing a Bitcoin ATM.
Does anyone operate one in the US? If so how are you doing?
Any advice?
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Australia’s first Bitcoin ATM days away

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local coffee guy - what he said ..

Grabbed a coffee from my local in rural Australia and asked if they accepted Bitcoin to strike up some convo.. he said " how about that ATM in Vancouver" ..
Rural town in Outback Australia. Awareness is everything.
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Bitcoin ATM Map site - looking for the feedback

Hello
I'm representing the site http://coinatmradar.com/, which is an advanced Bitcoin ATM Map. At the moment we're listing 260 ATMs and the number increases 1.5 ATMs daily on average.
Many people complain about Bitcoin ATMs, e.g. service quality, high fees, but I strongly believe that increase of the Bitcoin ATM network will bring more adaption and make it easy for ordinary person to buy or sell bitcoins.
Here I would like to share some new features we've added recently:
There is a new functionality we're working on, but I will really appreciate the feedback from the community how to make the service better.
Thanks!
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Is there a map showing all the Bitcoin ATM's currently out there?

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My LTC wishes for 2014 : MtGox, ZipZap, Coinbase, Coinkite, Bitcoiniacs, Coinkite, Lamassu ATMs and so much more...

What I expect for the new year :
Well, I think it will be enough for the first part of the new year... And you, what do you expect for the new year ? (I may have been a little shy about my predictions...)
Happy end-of-year celebration from Paris, France.
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My experience with the various Bitcoin ATMs (Robocoin, Lamassu, Bitcoin Briefcase)

So this month I got the chance to interact with various Bitcoin ATMs - I played a bit with Robocoin today, and tested out Lamassu and the Bitcoin Briefcase during Money2020 event. So here are my thoughts on them as well as some other information people are interested in.
So first of all, Robocoin. It's the only one of those that both sells and purchases Bitcoin. The process is a bit cumbersome to start (having to scan your hand a few times to create an account and wait a few minutes for a mechanical turk to verify that it's in fact the right hand and so forth), but after that it's pretty straightforward.
Some people were concerned about the palm scanner (both online and at the location). The developers of the ATM explained that they need to do that since they need to limit one person from buying more than $3k worth per day so they don't fall under AML regulations. They had a choice of scanning your ID, or fingerprints or the palm and they chose the last one since there isn't a database for palms that would link that scan to your identity. Given the restrictions they had to work with, I don't think that was a bad choice. At the same time I know a lot of people are very security conscious and would rather avoid that altogether - both sides of the argument have their fair points.
I talked a bit with the developers of Robocoin as well as listened in to one of my friends ask them some interesting questions about security and other things. All in all I must say they came off as very competent people. They know their technical things, as well as various regulatory issues (for example apparently if someone prints a paper wallet on the machine, loads it up and then sells / gives it to someone else that's creating a derivative market and technically you shouldn't be doing that).
As for the machine itself, I would say it's a little crude at the moment. Since it has so many widgets, scanners and so forth it's easy to get lost in the process of using it. I definitely would like it refined over a few iterations. Other than that, it does everything you'd expect it to do - you can load up your phone wallet through QR scanner, create a paper wallet on the spot if you don't have a wallet yet, and you can buy and sell bitcoins as needed.
Apparently the ATM does Bitstamp rate +3% (I might be wrong about the exact exchange, but I know it's not the Canadian VirtEx, since they were quite unresponsive in communicating with the developers). While the rate might not be that great in comparison to some other ways of getting BTC, but in Canada it's not entirely unreasonable with VirtEx charging pretty high fees by itself.
So overall, Robocoin is an interesting ATM with some good developers behind it, but it needs some more work put in to streamline the experience.
Now about the other two ATMs.
Lamassu is a bit of opposite of Robocoin. It has a small and elegant form factor, has just a camera QR scanner, a deposit slot and a display monitor. You can only buy bitcoins with it. Since it has limited options on what it does, the process is quite straightforward - put money in, scan address and send bitcoins. I don't know how they will be handling the AML regulations - it will be an interesting thing to see what their approach will be once they start releasing their ATM into the wild.
Bitcoin Briefcase has neither the elegant form of a Lamassu nor the versatility of Robocoin, but it's a fun little hack to carry around to get people interested in Bitcoin. It only takes change and pays out into a paper wallet it prints. It has a small display bar, a slot to put coins in, a wallet printer and a button to accept your purchase. It's not really a tool for frequent Bitcoin purchases, but definitely an interesting prop to bring along with to introduce people to Bitcoin easily.
So overall, it's really interesting to see what is being developed in this space. Robocoin is a big machine that might not fit everywhere, so it needs it's own dedicated space in some Bitcoin-accepting business. Lamassu is elegant and small enough to be placed on some extra bit of counter space available. The Briefcase is a neat hack that you can take wherever you go.
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Bitcoin ATM roundup

This week saw five new ATMs come online. Not only did the first US ATM come online in Albuquerque, we saw ones in Austin and Boston (hey, that rhymes). 2 Europe locations also came online in Prague and Barcelona. Interestingly, the manufacturers of those are ones I hadn't heard of before. General Bytes and PayMaq. More details in all the following links:
And see this week's locations here: http://bitcoinatmexplorer.com/2014/02/
Any that I missed, let me know!!
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NEW ATM LOCATION IN EDMONTON

Hello Reddit World!
Bitcoin Solutions is pleased to present their newest ATM location in Edmonton, AB. ON CAMPUS! 8519 112 St. Better known as Sherlock Holmes Pub on Campus is hosting our Lamassu machine! Head in, grab a pint and get some Bitcoin! In as little as 15 seconds you get your Bitcoin! Just scan your wallet, insert your cash and receive your BTC. Simple!
Visit our site http://btcsolutions.ca/atm for more info or email us [email protected]
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4/16/14 Video News - Nick Szabo as Satoshi, Mt. Gox liquidates, ATMs in Brazil & China

Video: http://www.moneyandtech.com/apr16-news-update/
Today's top news stories for you in Money & Tech:
The mysterious Satoshi Nakamoto has been found… again. A group of forensic linguistics experts at Aston University lead by Dr. Jack Grieve have analyzed the original Bitcoin whitepaper, comparing it to the writing of 11 individuals previously thought to be Satoshi Nakamoto. Their conclusion: former law professor Nick Szabo is the primary author of the whitepaper and therefore the probable creator, or one of the creators, of bitcoin. As Dr. Grieve put it, “The number of linguistic similarities between Szabo’s writing and the bitcoin whitepaper is uncanny... though we can’t rule out the possibility that others contributed.""
The Tokyo District Court today dismissed Mt. Gox's proposal for a civil rehabilitation proceeding, despite the recent offer from a group of industry investors to purchase and resurrect the company for the price of one Bitcoin. Instead today, Mt. Gox filed for liquidation in Tokyo court, which the exchange admitted “will create great inconvenience and concerns to our creditors for which we apologize.”
At the same time, Gox CEO Mark Karpeles has filed an emergency motion to push back his US court appearance until May 5th, which could threaten the continuation of Karpeles' US bankruptcy protections, and provide US class action lawsuit attorneys the time to do more research and build their case.
The President of the U.S. Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis expressed interest in digital currency at a town hall at North Dakota State University on Tuesday, saying its main interest lies in its ability for speedy payments between individuals, ”as opposed to a new currency that’s going to drive the U.S. dollar out of circulation.” This statement comes days after an economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago acknowledged that bitcoin is a “remarkable technical achievement”, and VP at the St. Louis Fed called bitcoin “a stroke of genius“.
Latin America's first bitcoin ATM landed in Brazil on Monday, at a Sao Paulo bar already accepting Bitcoin, and blocks away from international offices of Facebook, Google, J.P. Morgan and Goldman Sachs. The new Lamassu machine allows locals to convert their Brazilian Real into Bitcoin, and offers businesses like the Sao Paulo bar an option to operate without the high transactions fees typical of local banks.
In China, BTC China has installed the country's first bitcoin ATM machine as promised, located in a cafe at a mall in Shanghai, allowing people to physically change Chinese yuan into Bitcoin for the first time.
The Bitcoin Foundation and Blockchain.info have co-created the first annual Blockchain Awards to celebrate innovation and excellence in the Bitcoin community. The awards ceremony will be held in Amsterdam on May 16th at the Bitcoin 2014 conference. Nominations will be accepted today through May 6th for categories such as, Most Impactful Charity, Best ATM Design, and Bitcoin Champion.
Money & Tech’s Perianne Boring attended the recent Inside Bitcoins New York conference. We’ll be bringing you her interviews with notable industry figures this week, starting today with Blockchain.info CEO Nicholas Cary and Cryptsy CEO Paul Vernon, available here shortly.
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Selling Lamassu Trofa (Gen1 Kiosk) due to NYC bitlicense uncertainty

A friend of mine bought Lamassu Trofa ATM couple of months ago to install in NYC location. However, because of bitlicense uncertainty and potential licensing cost he has decided to sell it. It comes with a stand and the ATM itself is in like brand new condition. Anyone interested PM me. I will send you a photo and we can discuss the price.
Product Description
Lamassu Bitcoin Vending Machine.
Used (Like New condition) robust, solid and secure one-way vending facility for dispensing Bitcoin located in New York. Unit is at home. Will ship to anywhere in the US. No international shipping is offered. We can discuss the cost of shipment separately.
Enables 30 second transactions; scan QR, pop in cash, get verification • Lamassu branded unit – Gen1 original model • Configurable for any currency • 600 note capacity • Power cable • 2 keys
He will provide you with contact details of Lamassu support team and make the introduction.
Will accept Bitcoin/Wire transfeCash
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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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05-12 07:06 - 'My journey to exchange BTC for Fiat via ATM' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/Rossman01 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 979-984min

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Great, you’ve earned yourself some money - but you were paid in Bitcoin. You know how to use it, but what if you need cash?? This is a great question, and likely one to be asked millions more times with the gradual adoption and use of Bitcoin as a fiat. Many Bitcoiners would love to have a place where they can quickly go and hawk some BTC. Well I had the same need and have embarked on a journey to do exactly that, and along the way, help others avoid some of the obvious pitfalls that come along with the effort. The plan is to periodically visit some of these ATM’s here in my local area and report as to whether they are really still in operation and if they are meant to dispense cash, are they? Are they in a good neighborhood or is it better to visit during the daylight hours, etc.?
The first location checked out is Marina Smoke Shop in Huntington Beach, CA (949-431-5122) - I called to verify it’s “2-way” status. The shopkeeper didn’t quite understand me and the store is only a few minutes drive from my house; So I took a trip to see the machine for myself. There are two things I could have learned before I arrived.. One, RIF (Reading Is Fundamental) - If I had only read into it further, I would have learned that at the bottom of the reviews on CoinATM Radar ([link]1 ) That there is a note lending to the type of coin and direction; then further down to simplify it, whether you can buy or sell or both from this specific ATM (This HB ATM is one-way -> Fiat to BTC). Two, even if you call the location, the shop keeper may have no idea what the ATM in their store does, since it’s likely the store owner isn’t the ATM owner. The lesson, do more research than you think is necessary before burning your gas. If you only need to buy BTC, this machine will work for you as of 05/01/2016. The machine type at this location is a “Genesis Coin”
Alas, my first search wasn’t so successful, I did learn the above and continue happily on my way through trial and investigative error. Additional investigation gave way to new excitement as I learned that Jacks Liquor near LAX (in the city of Inglewood) is also described as a two-way machine; it even appears that way locating the machine through the above link. Great!! With this information in hand, I decide to check it out without the need to make a phone call and head out on my way - an approximate 45 minute drive.
This machine is a bit off the Freeway and in a neighborhood I would call, a little “Sketchy”. It may be a “2-way” machine as advertised, but the one at this location turns out to have the exact same scenario as the other (set to “sell only”), so was a little disturbed when I realized it. Then, when asked why the machine wasn’t set for bi-directional, the little oriental man behind the counter who assumably didn’t speak a lick of English, raised his hands and shrugged. I left visibly perturbed and kicked myself for not making the simple phone call that could have helped me avoid this trip. So, for you my readers...This machine type is a “General Bytes” and only operates to “Sell”
Although the link shows this ATM as “Two-way”, it is not. It would not be wise to jump off a plane thinking you can quickly trade your BTC for cash here because it’s close to LAX - This machine at Jack’s is set to only Sell BTC to customers - not trade it back. Best to continue on to the Westfield Mall (Described below).
Had I continued up the Freeway another ten minutes or so (as suggested above), I would have made it to the Westfield-Culver City Mall where there is a Lamassu type 2-way machine (6000 Sepulveda Blvd CulverCity, CA - Located on the first floor near JC Penney) accessible during Mall hours. The notes for this machine indicate that it was recently updated in April of 2016 to 2 way status - That’s a good sign, considering it’s now only May 2016. I should have made a stop here before returning home from Jack’s, but then, I wouldn’t have started this article. Live and learn; instead, I’m heading there next in my continuing mission.
This was an interesting experience. I found the machine no problem, and using it wasn’t a technical feat; very easy. Click sell, click how much, then the machine displays the address to send it to; Also, if you have your “pairing code” on your iPhone or android, then you can make your transaction by showing it to the little window at the lower left hand area of the machine. Be sure to include the amount of a fee, as the blockchain will set your transaction to the side and not process it for a long time. This happened to me, which sent me on an additional quest: Make contact with the owneoperator of the machine for assistance. Both the Manufacturer of the machine and Owner were prompt, knowledgeable, friendly, sensitive to my situation and helpful in resolving the issue. In fact, The Owner (Kais ([email protected])) happens to live in my area, and due to the distance between me and CulverCity, offered to help me personally for future transactions. He also advised that there will be a new 2-way ATM HeroCoin will be installing in Corona, CA soon - This is a main route into and out of Orange County, out towards San Bernardino and out towards Barstow. This was a great outcome that could have gone completely the other way. Be careful with how much you send to yourself and be sure to include a fee, you may just end up waiting thousands of minutes until the miner-nodes decide it’s worth it to pick up. Thanks Herocoin.co - Great customer service!
...and So, there I am.... next are some I haven’t yet visited, but plan to in my effort to flip out some Satoshis - and will update this string accordingly.
Further up the freeway, there is a 2-way machine at Meltdown Comics in West Hollywood -> 7522 Sunset Blvd - Los Angeles CA 90046 11am-9pm daily (Store Hours). This is a “BitAccess” machine where you send yourself some BTC by going to the website and depositing there (“cash.bitaccess.co”). The machine will hold it for you and has it waiting when you arrive to any BitAccess machine; it’s called “Remote Initiation Process” - The benefit described for this is no validation time required once you get there. It’s ready and waiting for you. It seems like a pretty good location considering the general BTC audience; “er, Comic Book Store?? ...Works on multiple levels“. I’ve not yet visited this store.
I also checked South on another machine (it turns out, there are two in the same complex area run by the same administrator) nearer to San Diego. I found an article claiming “California’s First 2-Way Bitcoin ATM” which was written in January 2016 and appeared in CryptoCoin News ([link]2 ... atm-opens/), considering the article is now several months old and the distance from me to Encinitas is long, I shot an email out to the machines admin contact (CoinOutlet.io). I was again impressed with how the admin responded right away, confirmed that the machine (located in, “Surf Brothers Teriyaki” 274 N. El Camino Real, Encinitas, CA) is currently working, and finally, asked to work with me to help avoid a wasted trip to an empty machine. I like that, prompt, professional, and helpful. The second machine is close by at Camino Village Plaza 256 N. El Camino Real, Encinitas, CA. Although there are a couple of closer machines to check out, these two are going to stay on my list to visit. These machines are CoinOutlet type machines - I’ve been able to locate instructions on use for any of these machines on YouTube.com.
Thank you for reading my post, I enjoyed writing it for you; this is not the end but just the beginning. I plan to continue visiting and reviewing more. If this article helped you to save Time, Gas, Confusion, Avoid costly mistakes or any other additional Effort... or if it helped you make a decision, pointed you toward the next awesome idea, or inspired you to other Greatness;
Please kindly consider donating to my bitcoin address:
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Bitcoin donations of any amount will make me happy and keep me inspired to continue this journey. I also hope it will help educate and promote locations and the use of ATM’s to monetize BTC and get it to the Masses of people and into the mainstream Marketplace. If you are the owner or operator of a Bitcoin ATM located in Southern California and would like a visit and subsequent review of your atm location, Please contact me through this post or PM here at the website, Thank you very much.
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Asia's 1st Public Bitcoin Vending Machine launches Friday Feb 28th

Singapore-based Bitcoin Exchange launches Bitcoin Vending Machine at Citylink Mall
Singapore, 28 February 2014 – Singapore-based firm Bitcoin Exchange Pte Ltd (“Bitcoin Exchange” or the “Company”) today launched Asia's first Public Bitcoin Vending Machine at Citylink Mall at 1 Raffles Link. The Company is the first operator in Asia for the Lamussu Bitcoin Vending Machine.
The availability of Bitcoin Vending Machines has been making waves globally. This launch is a significant development in Singapore which has a fast-growing Bitcoin community. This will contribute to the growth of merchants accepting bitcoins as a form of payment.
“We are glad to be Asia’s first operator for the Lamassu brand of Bitcoin Machines. This user friendly machine allows bitcoin buyers to convert cash to bitcoins in less than 15 seconds. The Bitcoin community in Singapore is growing rapidly and this math-based currency is an attractive option for e-commerce and storefront shops alike. Bitcoins users do not have to pay financial intermediaries like banks transaction fees. This translate to cost savings for consumers. We are happy to bring this potentially groundbreaking technology to Asia and Singapore,” said Ms Zann Kwan, Executive Director of Bitcoin Exchange.
Located in basement one (#B1-K2) at Citylink Mall, the Bitcoin Vending Machine scans a Bitcoin QR code and send bitcoins to the users Bitcoin wallet, which could be a mobile wallet or a printed paper wallet.
Bitcoin Exchange has plans to install more Bitcoin Vending Machines by the end of 2014 at public venues with high traffic flow.
“We are Bitcoin lovers and truly committed to building up the community in Singapore and the region. Our strategy is therefore to remain independent and place our Bitcoin Machines at public venues to heighten the access of Bitcoins,” added Ms Kwan.
The Company is also exploring opportunities to bring the machines to neighbouring countries in South East Asia.
"Bitcoin price volatility has been high, however as adoption grows and the technology matures, most people expect the price swings to moderate," according to Ms Kwan.
Tonight at 7pm on site, there will be a launch party. The media and public are welcome to try out the machine. The first 50 users will receive S$5 in cash and a paper wallet as a way of introducing Bitcoin to Singapore. For media, please kindly contact Zann Kwan at [email protected] for your attendance.
Zann Kwan, CPA, FCCA, CFA
www.bitcoinATMsg.com
[email protected]
+65 9657 8313
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4/16/14 Video News - Nick Szabo as Satoshi, Mt. Gox liquidates, ATMs in Brazil & China

Video: http://www.moneyandtech.com/apr16-news-update/
Today's top news stories for you in Money & Tech:
The mysterious Satoshi Nakamoto has been found… again. A group of forensic linguistics experts at Aston University lead by Dr. Jack Grieve have analyzed the original Bitcoin whitepaper, comparing it to the writing of 11 individuals previously thought to be Satoshi Nakamoto. Their conclusion: former law professor Nick Szabo is the primary author of the whitepaper and therefore the probable creator, or one of the creators, of bitcoin. As Dr. Grieve put it, “The number of linguistic similarities between Szabo’s writing and the bitcoin whitepaper is uncanny... though we can’t rule out the possibility that others contributed.""
The Tokyo District Court today dismissed Mt. Gox's proposal for a civil rehabilitation proceeding, despite the recent offer from a group of industry investors to purchase and resurrect the company for the price of one Bitcoin. Instead today, Mt. Gox filed for liquidation in Tokyo court, which the exchange admitted “will create great inconvenience and concerns to our creditors for which we apologize.”
At the same time, Gox CEO Mark Karpeles has filed an emergency motion to push back his US court appearance until May 5th, which could threaten the continuation of Karpeles' US bankruptcy protections, and provide US class action lawsuit attorneys the time to do more research and build their case.
The President of the U.S. Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis expressed interest in digital currency at a town hall at North Dakota State University on Tuesday, saying its main interest lies in its ability for speedy payments between individuals, ”as opposed to a new currency that’s going to drive the U.S. dollar out of circulation.” This statement comes days after an economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago acknowledged that bitcoin is a “remarkable technical achievement”, and VP at the St. Louis Fed called bitcoin “a stroke of genius“.
Latin America's first bitcoin ATM landed in Brazil on Monday, at a Sao Paulo bar already accepting Bitcoin, and blocks away from international offices of Facebook, Google, J.P. Morgan and Goldman Sachs. The new Lamassu machine allows locals to convert their Brazilian Real into Bitcoin, and offers businesses like the Sao Paulo bar an option to operate without the high transactions fees typical of local banks.
In China, BTC China has installed the country's first bitcoin ATM machine as promised, located in a cafe at a mall in Shanghai, allowing people to physically change Chinese yuan into Bitcoin for the first time.
The Bitcoin Foundation and Blockchain.info have co-created the first annual Blockchain Awards to celebrate innovation and excellence in the Bitcoin community. The awards ceremony will be held in Amsterdam on May 16th at the Bitcoin 2014 conference. Nominations will be accepted today through May 6th for categories such as, Most Impactful Charity, Best ATM Design, and Bitcoin Champion.
Money & Tech’s Perianne Boring attended the recent Inside Bitcoins New York conference. We’ll be bringing you her interviews with notable industry figures this week, starting today with Blockchain.info CEO Nicholas Cary and Cryptsy CEO Paul Vernon, available here shortly.
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