What does it take to own a BTC ATM box in the US ?
The title says it, it looks rather appealing, the box itself costs about $4,000. If I form an LLC, buy the box, place it at a nearby gas station...what is the problem? What are the regulations? Licenses? Risks? Are there some real-life examples, on how many transactions can one expect, what expenses there are? Is there actually a business case or just a dream?
I Own A Startup Crypto ATM Co and Bitcoin CASH Escrow Exchange and Looking For A Good Partner.
Hey everyone. So I own a Crypto ATM company and Bitcoin CASH escrow platform we just launched. It's just 2 of us now and I'm looking for a good partner who can help with some of the financial needs of the purchase and placement orders we have to fill. We are a FinCEN certified MSB and can be found on FinCEN gov. The Company is Bitcoin ATM Pros Inc. and we have Crypto ATM Pros Inc. and Visionary Holdings LLC. I found a company in Shenzhen who is ready to make me 300 Crypto ATMs with several coins accessible that I have already designed and I will have software rights for the US market with this company who does the software and backend for the ATMs. I'm also open if you prefer somewhere else that would be more effective. I have looked all over the world for the last 2yrs and this was the best that I have found. We are currently creating a full exchange with as many coins as we can over the next 4 months that will be ready to launch in April 2020. We will be connecting the ATMs to the exchange and place them all over the world to set up Website 2 Machine transactions. Pay on the website through the various local payment methods on the website and they drive to a secured Crypto ATM with a voucher code to pull out the funds. I have placement connections all over the world ready to execute on this. We have about $30 million in rough gems, but there is No wrap on them, so they are not insured and I don't have the funds to insure them, they are GIA certified and appraised here in the US. We are only the 2nd owner and we are still in close contact with the original owner and has a few hundred million worths and is looking for the same thing as I am, he is accessible with proper documentation and he is the one that dug them out of the ground himself, who lives here in the US. He pledged us $30 million worth to help us get funds for our Crypto ATM Company. If you or anyone you know want them or who can get them wrapped for really cheap. Looking for the next step and eventually either selling or getting a gem backed loan for a few million for a couple of years. I have all the documents on the gems and they are all here in the US. Let me know if you can be of any service. They are there if needed. Let me know if you are interested, I can fly out anywhere if you would like to meet up in person if needed. There are a lot of options, reach out if you have questions about anything. Bitcoinatmpros com localbitcoincash org 1bch com
Hey Reddit World! Bitcoin Solutions has another ATM set to arrive in the next few weeks and we have our sights set on San Francisco, CA! While we have done our research we feel it is important to get the input from the locals! So if anyone in the area has/knows/thinks they know a good place to host an ATM can you put them in touch? [email protected] is a good place to contact the team! Thanks a bunch, Reddit World! We hope to be hearing from you shortly! Bitcoin Solutions @EDMbtcsolutions http://btcsolutions.ca
Various Bitcoin "ATMs" with KYC/AML aspects briefly listed. (22 brands)
Bitcoin "ATMs" (AKA vending machines/kiosks/branches/BTMs/CTMs) continue to spread around the planet. Here is a current snap-shot of most of the manufacturers with some further information about their products. Just as operators of various machines may decide on what colour or graphics the machine has, operators may also have optional Know Your Customer (KYC) and Anti-Money Laundering (AML) features at their disposal. Companies like BitPay, Coinjar, Kraken, Mt Gox (did), Bitstamp, Coinbase etc require your ID. Our face is the biometric most commonly used by people and governments alike for ID. Fingerprints are less commonly utilised as a biometric ID by governments. Banks commonly use our face as a biometric ID. 1W=cash to bitcoin (one way). 2W=cash or CC to bitcoin and the reverse, "Cash out" (two ways) AML aspects would typically include daily transaction amount limits. Operators may set AML limits on their machines.
atm4coin 1W & 2W Open source project..ongoing. Machine availability?
Bit-Wallet 1W & 2W No KYC functions.
BTC-O-Matic 1W No KYC functions.
Btcu 1W (possibly 2W) fake mobile no can be used, no effective KYC.
Cash2BTC 1W No KYC functions. (build yourself)
Flycoin 1W (possibly 2W) (requires 3rd party software for Bitcoin)
General Bytes 1W Optional fingerprint reader and AML options for operators.
Hot Butler 1W Cash or CCs, no KYC features.
Lamassu 1W Optional document scan features. The operator decides.
Moneero 1W (possibly 2W) "Conforms to international AML/KYC standards"
Open BTC ATM 1W DIY (build yourself) 'Open Bitcoin ATM'
Pay Maq 1W
Skyhook 1W No KYC functions.
Tembusu 1W Optional ID scannethumbprint scan/AML features for operators.
Bit2Bit 2W Optional KYC/AML features including fingerprint scan for operators. Lite/Doge too.
BitAccess BTM 2W Document scan, mobile phone no. Optional?
Coinplug 2W AML feature (not known if optional) KYC? (Korean)
Diamond Circle 2W Visa/MC not cash. KYC (via bank CCs) and AML variances for operators.
Genesis1 2W Optional fingerprint readegov ID & bank card reader for operators. Lite/Doge too.
Robocoin 2W Optional ID scan/palm vein scan/camera & optional AML feature for operators.
Here is one apparent operators thoughts: (I hope re-posting is OK) "I operate a Lamassu kiosk and while the manufacturer has recently developed software enhancements to comply with KYC/AML regulations, I have chosen not to implement them. Yeah, my ass is on the line here, but I've used the Robocoin machine and felt it was very intrusive. I like the idea of anonymity and I don't want to have to keep records of my customers' identities and monitor their private transactions. That's not Satoshi's way, nor is it mine. So far, I'm operating well under the radar and I'm not very worried about it (though some attorneys have warned me that I am taking a huge risk by following this path). I have a FinCen license, but there are no final state licensing regulations (yet), so until they tell me what I have to do to stay out of jail, I will continue to operate my machine as it was shipped, without collecting personal information from the users. The only "compliance" feature I've turned on so far is a maximum transaction limit of $500 USD. This is partly to avoid having to file Suspicious Activity Reports, but mainly to keep me from running out of bitcoins on a daily basis." - by Magg0tt
3. Best Bitcoin ATMs General Bytes. General Bytes, a Czech based company, is the world’s largest Bitcoin, Blockchain and Cryptocurrency ATM manufacturer. The company has sold over 2500 machines in over 60 countries. Their Bitcoin ATMs can support over 120 different fiat currencies and over 60 different cryptocurrencies. CoinMover deployed a new cryptocurrency automated teller machine (“Bitcoin ATM”) at Million Market on 99 Chelsea Street, East Boston, Massachusetts on July 13, 2020. Million Market is open from Mon – Fri from 7:00 AM – 10:00 PM and Sat from 7:30 Am – 10:00 PM. As one of the newest entrants into… More Americans Choosing Bitcoin ATMs Despite Regulations. Despite the higher fees associated with buying or selling Bitcoin via specialized Bitcoin ATMs, quicker and more reliable delivery have seen rising popularity for the machines in the United States, even as ATM networks struggle to expand within strict regulations in the country. Bitcoin Trader Convicted of Money Laundering, Mar. 29, 2018” Unregistered P2P Exchanger—Eric Powers: On April 18, 2019, FinCEN assessed a $35,350 civil money penalty against Eric Powers for willfully violating the BSA’s registration, program, and reporting requirements during his operations as a P2P exchanger of CVC. The action included Bitcoin ATMs make it easy and fast to buy and sell Bitcoin with cash. Enroll now and find the nearest Coinsource Bitcoin ATM. Want to be a bitcoin ATM operator? Ask us how to get your own Bitcoin ATM machines.
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