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How does Bitcoin ATM allow you to purchase Bitcoins?

How does Bitcoin ATM allow you to purchase Bitcoins?
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Are you planning to invest in Bitcoin, well, there is no better time than today to invest in cryptocurrencies. There are many biotin exchange platforms where you can buy and sell Bitcoin. Amongst the various modes of going ahead with Bitcoin exchange, you can choose Bitcoin ATM for this. It is an easy way to buy and sell Bitcoin using a credit or debit card. When we are talking about bitcoin sale and purchase, we cannot miss speaking about Bitcoin Farming. In simple words, individuals who wish to become a part of the Bitcoin network, then you can do Bitcoin farming, which is nothing but extraction of the value of Bitcoin. Bitcoin farmers or Bitcoin miners solve computation problems, and they get rewarded for the same.
Bitcoin ATM: What should know?
Bitcoin ATM is a simple machine that is used for the sale and purchase of Bitcoin using debit and credit cards. Although Bitcoin has been there in the market for more than a decade now when it comes to Bitcoin ATM, these are a fairly new addition and easy to use and makes it easy for those who wish to exchange Bitcoin do that with ease.
The world got its first Bitcoin ATM in Vancouver, Canada, in 2013. At this ATM, the Bitcoin stalwarts can easily buy Bitcoin using the currency. This ATM is used to convert Bitcoin to Canadian Dollars and vice-versa. After this, Bitcoin ATMs have become very common. As of October 1st, 2020, there were around 10,503 Bitcoin ATMs globally.
Types of Bitcoin ATM:
There are two types of Bitcoin ATM:
· The basic one: These are used only to purchase Bitcoin
· Complex ones- These are used to buy and sell with virtual money. If you plan to use complex ATMs, you need to know that only the members of a particular ATM producer can use the ATM.
Some of the key players that are in the making of complex Bitcoin ATM are General Bytes, Genesis Coin. General Bytes has a market share of 30.3%, and Genesis Coin has a market share of 30.3 %.
The US has the highest number of Bitcoin ATM. Around 83% of the total global ATMs are located in North America.
Bitcoin exchange using General ATM
This is a general process of Bitcoin exchange using Bitcoin ATM, there may be slight variation in this, but the general process remains the same:
  1. The first step is verification (this may vary based on machine
  2. Now, you need to provide a Bitcoin address for deposit at some ATM.
  3. Insert cash into the ATM
  4. Confirm the operation (Bitcoin is sent to your Bitcoin address)
This is the basic step; however, you may find some variation in this based on ATM type. This is the right time to start investing in bitcoin, and with the prevalence of Bitcoin ATM, the task will become simpler.
Concluding thoughts-
To know more about Bitcoin and cryptocurrency exchange, log on to Blockchain Council. This is a leading platform that provides a Blockchain certification coursein Bitcoin and Blockchain. You can also learn about cryptocurrency trading. For more such interesting information, connect with Blockchain Council today.
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[ Bitcoin ] Sugar daddy Bitcoin scam!

Topic originally posted in Bitcoin by ellebeebee_ [link]
Hi friends, please read the whole post for full context. :)
Also, please let me know if I'm in the wrong place for this and if there's a better place to post this for advice.
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After a recent Instagram post of myself, I received a message from a man basically complimenting me and asking to be my sugar daddy. I am looking for this type of thing so I engaged in conversation.
He said he's software engineer and currently in Vancouver working on a project where he's developing some sort of platform by which crypto currencies can be used as legal tender for business operations.
He said he's very busy and the nearest Bitcoin ATM is an hour and 45 mins away. So, he asked if I could look one up near me so I could do the exchange for him. He would give me extra to keep for my trouble and to spoil me. :)
I have gone through with this, kind of just to test it out, because if it's not a scam, this is amazing for me. He sent me photos of a cheque (which sounds sketchy) with my name on it. But each one has a different number. They also deposit fine in my account.
Red-flags / my theories:
  1. I don't believe there's no Bitcoin ATMs near him in Vancouver, which is basically the Sillicon Valley of the North. (but maybe this is just en excuse to give me money while saving his time.)
  2. Bitcoin ATMs ask if you are depositing on behalf of someone else, which alerts me that they know there are scams like this.
  3. He gives me anywhere between $200-$600 extra each time, which seems like a lot to just save yourself time. I think there's a better reason he can't do this himself, like this is dirty money and he's paying me to wash it and disassociate himself of it.
He hasn't asked me for nudes nor any personal information, just my email address. The Bitcoin ATM requests my number to send a verification code to. Other than that, I'm not sure how I can be tied to some unknown crime or be doing something illegal.
I've search Bitcoin scams and what I've found doesn't sound like what I'm doing. He's not asking me to spend any of my own money.
Please help if you have any incite on bitcoin scams, I really don't know if I'm being played or not.
Thanks for reading! :)
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Sugar daddy Bitcoin scam!

Hi friends, please read the whole post for full context. :)
Also, please let me know if I'm in the wrong place for this and if there's a better place to post this for advice.
________
After a recent Instagram post of myself, I received a message from a man basically complimenting me and asking to be my sugar daddy. I am looking for this type of thing so I engaged in conversation.
He said he's software engineer and currently in Vancouver working on a project where he's developing some sort of platform by which crypto currencies can be used as legal tender for business operations.
He said he's very busy and the nearest Bitcoin ATM is an hour and 45 mins away. So, he asked if I could look one up near me so I could do the exchange for him. He would give me extra to keep for my trouble and to spoil me. :)
I have gone through with this, kind of just to test it out, because if it's not a scam, this is amazing for me. He sent me photos of a cheque (which sounds sketchy) with my name on it. But each one has a different number. They also deposit fine in my account.
Red-flags / my theories:
  1. I don't believe there's no Bitcoin ATMs near him in Vancouver, which is basically the Sillicon Valley of the North. (but maybe this is just en excuse to give me money while saving his time.)
  2. Bitcoin ATMs ask if you are depositing on behalf of someone else, which alerts me that they know there are scams like this.
  3. He gives me anywhere between $200-$600 extra each time, which seems like a lot to just save yourself time. I think there's a better reason he can't do this himself, like this is dirty money and he's paying me to wash it and disassociate himself of it.
He hasn't asked me for nudes nor any personal information, just my email address. The Bitcoin ATM requests my number to send a verification code to. Other than that, I'm not sure how I can be tied to some unknown crime or be doing something illegal.
I've search Bitcoin scams and what I've found doesn't sound like what I'm doing. He's not asking me to spend any of my own money.
Please help if you have any incite on bitcoin scams, I really don't know if I'm being played or not.
Thanks for reading! :)
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Hi friends, please read the whole post for full context. :)
Also, please let me know if I'm in the wrong place for this and if there's a better place to post this for advice.
________
After a recent Instagram post of myself, I received a message from a man basically complimenting me and asking to be my sugar daddy. I am looking for this type of thing so I engaged in conversation.
He said he's software engineer and currently in Vancouver working on a project where he's developing some sort of platform by which crypto currencies can be used as legal tender for business operations.
He said he's very busy and the nearest Bitcoin ATM is an hour and 45 mins away. So, he asked if I could look one up near me so I could do the exchange for him. He would give me extra to keep for my trouble and to spoil me. :)
I have gone through with this, kind of just to test it out, because if it's not a scam, this is amazing for me. He sent me photos of a cheque (which sounds sketchy) with my name on it. But each one has a different number. They also deposit fine in my account.
Red-flags / my theories:
  1. I don't believe there's no Bitcoin ATMs near him in Vancouver, which is basically the Sillicon Valley of the North. (but maybe this is just en excuse to give me money while saving his time.)
  2. Bitcoin ATMs ask if you are depositing on behalf of someone else, which alerts me that they know there are scams like this.
  3. He gives me anywhere between $200-$600 extra each time, which seems like a lot to just save yourself time. I think there's a better reason he can't do this himself, like this is dirty money and he's paying me to wash it and disassociate himself of it.
He hasn't asked me for nudes nor any personal information, just my email address. The Bitcoin ATM requests my number to send a verification code to. Other than that, I'm not sure how I can be tied to some unknown crime or be doing something illegal.
I've search Bitcoin scams and what I've found doesn't sound like what I'm doing. He's not asking me to spend any of my own money.
Please help if you have any incite on bitcoin scams, I really don't know if I'm being played or not.
Thanks for reading! :)
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QuadrigaCX: A history of suspicious activity

This is a compilation of everything suspicious I found with Quadriga. Please let me know if there’s anything incorrect or missing

Early History (2013-2017)
All account fundings are considered to be purchases of QuadrigaCX Bucks. These are units that are used for the purposes of purchasing Bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies. QuadrigaCX Bucks are NOT Canadian Dollars. Any notation of $, CAD, or USD refers to an equivalent unit in QuadrigaCX Bucks, which exist for the sole purpose of buying and selling Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
QuadrigaCX is NOT a financial institution, bank, credit union, trust, or deposit business. We DO NOT take Deposits. We exist solely for the purposes of buying and selling cryptocurrencies.

Banking troubles throughout 2018

Period leading up to Gerry’s death

Gerry’s death and announcement

Chain analysis of the crypto trapped in cold storage

Formal Active Investigations

References:
Quadriga’s History
CCN Article listing suspicious activity
Court Documents
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Cryptocurrency and Blockchain – Industry News – (06.07.19 – 06.14.19)

Total Market Cap, as of 06.14.19 at 12:00pm (PST): U.S. $264,851,593,863 (+1.92%)

Missed last week’s update? Click here

STORY OF THE WEEK

• Effective September 12th, 2019, U.S. customers to be blocked from trading on Binance.com.

CRYPTOCURRENCY TRADING SERVICES

• Polish cryptocurrency exchange Coinroom shuts down overnight and takes users funds
Coinbase now offers its crypto-to-Visa card for its users in Spain, Germany, France, Italy, Ireland and the Netherlands.
• On June 21st, 2019, Bittrex will restricts 32 token trading markets for its U.S. customers
Binance to launch new exchange focused on U.S. customers with FinCEN-registered partner BAM Trading Services.
• Leading cryptocurrency derivatives exchange BitMEX reports an increase in attacks on user account credentials. As a result, withdrawal requests must be verified via email and the firm is looking to make 2FA mandatory on the platform.

REGULATION

• The mayor of Vancouver pushes for outright ban of crypto ATM’s in the city. A decision to regulate, monitor or ban will be reached by Q4 2019.
• The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) is set to finalize guidance for cryptocurrency businesses by June 21st, 2019.
• In an official business plan issued by The Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA), the regulatory body looks to apply existing securities regulations to address crypto assets by 2022. The watchdog will first research and identify emerging regulatory issues and then proposing solutions to mitigate them.

TECHNOLOGY

Visa launches Visa B2B Connect Network, a service designed to help Visa’s corporate clients create near instant international payments powered by distributed ledger technology.

INSTITUTIONALIZATION

• The largest bank in South Korea, KB Kookmin is gearing up to launch a digital asset custody solution in partnership with blockchain start-up Atomrigs Lab.
Bakkt will begin user testing for its physically delivered Bitcoin futures product on July 22nd, 2019.
Facebook brings on Visa, Mastercard and PayPal as backers of its own cryptocurrency. Each of the firms will invest U.S. $10 million into a foundation that will govern the asset. The list has since included Ebay, Coinbase, Andreessen Horowitz, Mastercard and Stripe.

PEOPLE

• Code contributor Michael Ford will join existing maintainers Wladimir van Der Laan, Jonas Schnelli, Marco Falke, and Samuel Dobson to maintain the latest version of the bitcoin node software.
• The cryptocurrency arm of payments company Square has announced former Director at Google, Steve Lee as its first hire.
• Chief Marketing Officer of ConsenSys, Amanda Gutterman steps down from her role and will instead remain as an advisor.

TWITTER

@nic_carter – “The role of a Bitcoin evangelist should be to manage expectations, not to inflate them”
@nic_carter – “Bitcoin may well be environmentally costly, but it is absolutely worth it, even if it cost 10x more. Because Bitcoin disempowers debt-financed consumerism which the ultimate environmental scourge”
@barrysilbert – “The launch of Facebook's cryptocurrency will go down in history as THE catalyst that propelled digital assets (including bitcoin) to mass global consumer adoption. Will be remembered as just as important -- and transformative -- as the launch of the Netscape browser. Buckle up”
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Buy & Sell Bitcoin in Vancouver: 10% Off Fees*

Vancouver Bitcoin is a retail cryptocurrency brokerage located in Vancouver, BC. We buy and sell Bitcoin, Ethereum, EOS, Litecoin, USDT and over 100 altcoins. Unlike ATMs and other brick and mortar exchanges, we do not put a spread in our prices. We buy and sell at live market prices and only charge a transaction fee. Our fees are based on volume and our average fee for most transactions is 5%. First time customers are eligible for a one-time 10% discount by quoting this ad.
Please contact us or visit us in store for more details:
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Address: 1807 Burrard Street, Suite 202, Vancouver, BC, V6J 1H9
Hours: Mon-Fri (10am-6pm); Sat (12pm-5pm); Sun (Closed)
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In a really sketchy situation

So to start off I live in Canada. Not sure how different that makes this situation but anyway here we go:
I got an email a few weeks back about a data entry clerk job that I thought looked interesting. I went back and forth with the person over email, they were speaking in pretty broken English but I didn't pay it any mind. Today i found out that I got the job and they told me to keep my phone close because they were going to email me further instructions. I get the email and it says this:
Congratulations! Now you have the first task in our company.
The e-transfer (Interac) has been sent you already. Amount: 1900.00 CAD. You will receive an email from the e-transfer in 30 minutes. Please read the instructions below and let me know you understand it clearly.
  1. The accountant sent you an EMT (Interac), inform me as soon as you will receive the letter from Interac (E-Transfer).
  2. Then I will give you the security answer to activate the e-transfer. You should immediately activate the e-transfer (will deposit the transfer into your bank account) and let me know when you will perform this point of instruction.
  3. I will give you details of your BTC (Bitcoin) E-Wallet.
  4. Go to the nearest bank branch or ATM, withdraw the money.
  5. Go to the nearest Special ATM BTC in your area and deposit your initial capital on your BTC Wallet. (If you do not have any ATM BTC around your city, I will provide you another deposit way.)
  6. Send me back the scan/picture of the receipt.
  7. Perform each point without wasting of time on other pursuits. Always keep me informed and respond immediately and be ready to tell me at what stage you are performing
  8. Remember that you are responsible for this money. All operations are under the supervision of the bank.
  9. If you will try to steal the money, our company share your personal information to police and will freeze your bank account.
For some reason my sketch alert still didn't go off and I proceed to accept the money and I make my way to my bank to take the money out. My bank only allows me to take $1000 out at once. I do that then wait in line for the clerk then I proceed to think "wtf am I going to say when/if she starts questioning me?" I get out of line and think about the whole situation. I call my roommate up and he tells me that I should let them know that I don't feel comfortable and try to send them money back and to NOT proceed with the whole BTC transaction. I email them back and tell them that I'm not comfortable with the situation and I am not proceeding any further, I told them that if they send me an email I'll send them the money right back. The lady over email proceeds to give some weird reasoning saying that I need the BTC wallet for online trading and new stuff for the office. I told them that wasn't included in the job description and asked again for an email. She said there wasn't an email available then I received a phone call (I gave her my number earlier) the man spoke with an Easter European accent and the number was from Vancouver (I live in Quebec) he kept insisting that the only way to get them the money back was by depositing it threw BTC I told him I'm not doing that, just send me an email, he said the accountant was away from the office and doesn't have a personal number (wtf) we went back in forth until I got tired of repeating myself and hung up.
Did I do anything wrong? Am I liable in anyway? Can I get in trouble for keeping the money? What should I do?
THANKS!
UPDATE: So I went to the bank. They said there is no evidence of fraudulent activity. Since it was an interac e transfer to the bank it just looks like they gave me the money. I then went to the police who told me that I did the right thing by coming to them and so far I'm in the clear. They said to not spend the money and there's not much that they can do right now and seemed just as confused about the situation as I am. They said to go back to the bank now to see if they can do an investigation to keep me in the clear. I did that and now I pretty much just have to wait. The only thing I'm kinda creeped out about is that they have my address because they asked for a CV. They've called and emailed a few times accusing me of stealing and threatening to go to the police and getting my bank account frozen. My bank said they can't do that because I haven't done any malicious activity. So now I wait...
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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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Please ask your local cryptocurrency ATM provider to support Ether

With bitcoin transaction fees over $2 and confirmation times in the hours, it's extremely inconvenient having to go through bitcoin to convert between ether and national currencies.
You can help address this problem by sending off a quick email, or better yet, making a quick call to your local ATM provider.
All relevant data can be collected from:
https://coinatmradar.com/ (note if you unselect all of the other cryptos and leave only ether, you'll see that there is only about a dozen places worldwide that can exchange fiat for ether, compared to well over a thousand for bitcoin. we can do better)
For my geographical area, here are the ATM providers:
company geographical area email address phone number website
Netcoins Vancouver, Kelowna, Toronto, Nigeria [email protected] (844)-515-COIN https://www.gonetcoins.com/
Bitcoiniacs Vancouver, Calgary, Manila [email protected] 1 (604) 727-0170 (SMS only) http://www.bitcoiniacs.com
ezBtc Vancouver [email protected] 1-877-755-2249 http://www.ezbtc.ca/
Bitnational Vancouver, Kelowna, Vernon, Calgary, Edmonton [email protected] (888) 928-9282 http://www.bitnational.com/
If you go to the website, you can easily find the providers operating in your area as well.
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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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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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Buying Bitcoins at world's first Bitcoin ATM in Vancouver ... Using the new Bitcoin ATM in Waves Coffee Vancouver World's First Bitcoin ATM Opens In Vancouver, Canada - YouTube Bitcoin ATM now at BCIT Bank Run II: Buying and Using Bitcoin in Vancouver

The first public Bitcoin ATM was opened on the 29th October, 2013 in Vancouver, Canada. There are over ... To use an ATM, you’ll need a Bitcoin address, which for most people means obtaining a Bitcoin wallet. This could be a software wallet, a hardware wallet or even a paper wallet, depending on the level of security you require. Some ATMs will print out a paper wallet if you don’t have a ... Bitcoin ATM kiosks are machines which are connected to the Internet, allowing the insertion of cash or a credit card in exchange for Bitcoin. They look like traditional ATMs, but they do not connect to a bank account and instead connect the customer directly to a Bitcoin exchange for a localized and convenient way to purchase Bitcoin in person. Common locations for Bitcoin ATMs are inside of a ... Limits: $9,000.00 ATM Type: Lamassu Open Hours: Mon-Fri: 10:00 am – 6:00 pm Sat: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm Sun: Closed { ?> The world’s first bitcoin ATM is helping Vancouver make financial history. The machine, which went into operation Tuesday inside Waves Coffee House at Howe and Smithe streets, converts bitcoins How Does Bitcoin ATM Work . Although there are countless types of ATMs from different manufacturers, they all mostly work the same way. A Bitcoin ATM is connected via the Internet to the Bitcoin blockchain via the Internet and gives the user the address to which the cryptocurrency has been transferred (in both the usual way and in the form of a QR code).

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Buying Bitcoins at world's first Bitcoin ATM in Vancouver ...

MY ALL-ENCOMPASSING GUIDE TO GETTING STARTED WITH BITCOIN: https://www.btcsessions.ca/post/how-to-buy-sell-and-use-bitcoin-in-canada Today I check out anothe... Bitcoin ATM - Location: Vancouver, Canada Waves Coffee Shop Robocoin, Inc. (A Nevada based company) - https://robocoinkiosk.com/ World's first Bitcoin ATM us... Buying bitcoins at the world's first bitcoin atm at Vancouver, Canada In this video I show how to purchase Bitcoin with cash at an ATM machine and use it to make a purchase. I also show how you can use https://coffee.foldapp.com to get 20% off at Starbucks. Thanks ... Vancouver Bitcoin Exchange is the only place to buy and sell cryptocurrency in Canada. With better fees than Bitcoin ATMs. View our Canadian reviews online a...

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