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And here it is - First BitCoin ATM!

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by akshdalal, Feb 18, 2014.

  1. akshdalal

    akshdalal Regular Member

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  2. Snckr

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    First one? I've heard about it for a while.
     
  3. akshdalal

    akshdalal Regular Member

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    As the news says, it's the first US bitcoin ATM.
     
  4. Illini

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    Pretty cool, will be interesting to see if it catches on or not
     
  5. Tosmekop

    Tosmekop Supreme Member

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    I'm sure it will! I want my ATM card, damnit!!!

    EDIT: Nevermind on the card. It looks like you just deposit cash to get bitcoins or login to some network to withdraw the bitcoin amount, in cash. I'd use it!
     
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  6. SilentOp

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    Interesting development. Bitcoin seem to be here to remain
     
  7. Carepolice

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    Business opportunity, start getting your hands on these machines and market them to local strip clubs and other "high profit ATM" establishments. I'm sure there's going to be a demand for it eventually, get in on that space while you can.
     
  8. IMSEO

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    Seems legit, this is an opening for the black market.
     
  9. jimbobo2779

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    With all of the issues with bitcoin this year I am surprised there are still so many people that are really hot for bitcoin.

    I am not saying that there isn't a future in it but it could crash at any moment unless the issues with it are fixed and public perception is changed.
     
  10. ahhUFOs

    ahhUFOs Newbie

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    what is this crypto Skype group you speak of?
     
  11. akshdalal

    akshdalal Regular Member

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    Just my skype group where some of guys chat about crypto's, not that popular though! :)
     
  12. Stoner

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    If it were to crash at any moment, it would have already crashed. It's been through a lot without crashing, which is a sign it's a successful currency.
     
  13. GreenBird

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    wait what they get out of the machine?
    its a virtual currency wtf
     
  14. Darren9682

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    I laugh at all the crypto stuff. nothing butt muppets thinking they are on the golden trial lol
     
  15. phirex

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    And I laugh at you, and will laugh much harder when you'll have to spend $10k to get a single bitcoin, its not going to take a lot of time too, so be prepared.
     
  16. NoirHat

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    Can somebody confirm for me that bitcoins are produced by doing work that has Zero value?
    Having computers crunching numbers for no purpose has zero value to society.
    Seems like bitcoin makes the people who started it, and those early on, rich.

    haven't read up a ton on bitcoins