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Agreed. If they don’t start innovating BTC will be irrelevant. I was in a gas station a few days ago and they had this thing called a “BTC ATM.” I asked the cashier “can I use BTC to purchase gas here??” She said “no, I don’t even know what it is. The company just rents that square from us.” “👁️👄👁️” You couldn’t actually use it there, you could only turn usable cash into BTC at this ATM. To make matters worse this wasn’t even self-custody…it was an exchange where you don’t have your private keys. Ridiculous. If this continues for much longer I could see more people jumping ship to more useful coins and tokens like ETH.
Thank you for explaining friend. 53 GWEI is a fraction of a cent of a $USD. But why are commenters saying that the ATM fees for ethereum will be very large? 2.)How long can one usually wait at a BTM machine, waiting for the payment to confirm without having to use a phone to verify? Is there a max time? -Thanks.
So, in case of high or fast option, the ATM will put the gas fees to a premium standard. For eg: the base fee currently is 14 GWEI, while the priority fees is around 53 GWEI. The priority transaction will be done in <30s, while normal transaction will take around 5 minutes. ​ Such things doesn't generally happens in BTC, and it will also take a time for confirmation (Block time is around 10 minutes per block). Hence, priority transaction comes at a premium, but it gets confirmed instantly, and hnce, no requirement of phone.
I can't see a great reason to do that other than avoiding KYC / AML, but if you really want to do that then find a geographically close trader (there are lists), or use a bitcoin ATM, or go somewhere in the middle and use a non-custodial exchange. I would just use a CEX and move the coins out to a hardware wallet.
I had some in there over a year ago. Then I wanted to jump onto another project and went to pull my funds. There was a delay and the withdrawals need to be approved by a staff member. You have to request a withdrawal. The request will only be processed during business hours and can take a day or 2. I pulled everything out. As a software engineer who currently works and has worked in the past on financial systems this got my "this feels fucky" feeling going. As software people we always try to make things smooth and efficient. Automate what you can. Implement processes to make human work easier or not necessary. Withdrawals from the system is an essential part of any financial account. Deposits and withdrawals are basic concepts. The engineers would make sure that the basic functions of an application should work seamlessly. Why would you want to have an employee approve and be a part of some process for an essential function of your application? What should happen is the software would check the customer's account balance, verify the amount requested is valid, and execute the transfer/withdrawal seamlessly. Throw the info into some logs. Build a log viewing system or alert system on the side to be able to view analytics on customer withdrawals or to check on any errors. Maybe have a group of employees responsible for monitoring logs and sort of being an overseer. Not directly approving and processing each withdrawal. Go to a bank ATM. Request a withdrawal of your money. You don't need a bank teller to approve it. Large sums of money might need to be done through a teller yet all that teller simply does is enter a withdrawal value from their system. If you go to a bank and want to withdrawal let's say $100,000 cash. You need to get special approval and there will be a delay on you receiving your cash. The crux of the issue: Why? Because the bank does not have that value of cash on hand. Banks don't keep large amounts of cash on hand. They need to acquire the $100,000 to not deplete their cash on hand needed to do business with their other customers. Why did blockfi need to approve every withdrawal? Same reason. They did not have enough funds on hand to be able to handle large withdrawal transactions or many withdrawals at the same time. So they had to make moves internally to process. Sure, me and my $500 in ETH didn't impact shit. Yet some people made a decent amount in this space and throwing around 10-20k in ETH is nothing. Especially if they are moving to other coins/accounts. Bottom line is blockfi did not have enough funds on hand to handle multiple withdraws/large withdrawals and it was obvious in their process. If you cannot immediately remove your funds from a market yet need "approval" your account balance is very truly an IOU of funds they don't have.
Personally I'm enjoying the opportunity but for the reason that I got small bags of shit coins and trading is decent right now,this is keeping myself content ATM.All my other bags are finished off and staked for no less than 1.5 years.Cant control the markets but I can be competent in my strategy!
Crypto ATM installation numbers is a shit metric to track. It’s an antiquated method of buying crypto. One could instead argue that the numbers are reducing because people are working out how to use exchanges for purchase instead.
Canadians will know this: In Canada "at least in Ontario" the Tele company Roger's was down for a day. Most ATM machines were down and most places were only accepting cash. I only had $20 in cash, no phone, and no internet. It was a nightmare
Not neccesarily. It could just be a slow controlled grind up by the market makers. Kind of like a frog in a slow boiling pot of water type of thing. Retail are not in control and a massive influx of them would no doubt be led by some news event/fundaments which would already be factored into price. MMs would have to have filled their bags first before they can let everyone else in and ATM there is no sign of strength on there charts. No reason for the big guys to close their shorts, just ranging and down. Until that changes, more down.. People like yourself will need to have lost all hope of it recovering first..
It's a "model" that ignores everything except existing supply and new supply. Demand? Ignored. World events? Nope. Regulations and such? Not in there. It's a 5 years old's equivalent of "if you need money why don't you just get it out of the ATM?" because kid saw an ATM once.
Well. I don't think Breeez takes this much every time, could have only been the first transaction or so... But you should also have a look into BTCPayServer, which is fully open source and has great functionality! Also have a look into LNbits. They have tons of great merchant tools. Look into their lnurlpos interface. On-chain, off-chain and even offline Lightning receiving, as well as an ATM feature using Lnurl-withdraw. So if not Breez then BTCPayServer or LNbits is the way to go.
Most if not all coinme/coinstars offer Bitcoin and crypto as far as I'm aware. Last year I started seeing them advertise it in the South west.. If I'm not mistaken, all Circle k gas stations across the US and all Kroger stores(all divisions) have a bitcoin ATM or one of these coinstar machines that offer btc/crypto in them now through a partnership of some sorts.
Deposits under $250,000 are FDIC insured and most people do not have such large cash deposits. Anyone with half a brain who is holding a lot of cash would use it to buy treasury notes or money market instruments, not the stuff you directly cash out at the ATM. If the FDIC insurance fails, the USD is dead and it really won't matter whether you're holding paper bills. They will be worthless.
Today's a good day. As an American living in Japan, buying crypto has been a bit tricky. But I finally found a DEX that lets me onboard money seamlessly without any middlemen or ATM transfers. Also makes sending money to my American account much easier. Feelsgoodman.
tldr; Farmington State Bank is the 26th smallest bank in the US, out of over 4,700. The bank was founded in 1929 in a small town named Farmington, Washington. It's home to just over 100 residents, features zero restaurants, hotels, or pharmacies, and doesn't even appear to have an ATM. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*
A lot of that is required by law established back in 1997 and you've always been providing it if you did a bank transfer since then (https://www.fincen.gov/sites/default/files/advisory/advissu7.pdf). It's called the travel rule. Some of it just makes sense. They don't just let random anonymous people create bank accounts in the US with no clue who the account is associated. hen you send a transfer, that information travels. Also... the routing # has always identified what bank you're transferring from/to and the account # links the individual. They need account information about the account balance so that you don't send $5k from an account that only has $200 in it. If you needed to dispute a transaction, you wouldn't the bank to be like *we have no clue about any element of this other than that a transaction happened*. You can go into your bank account and see a record of all your transactions (time, date, company, etc) *because* it's being tracked. A lot of this is much ado about nothing. Especially when it's stuff like *they verified my balance before doing a withdraw*. You all have been abiding by these rules on literally every non-cash transaction you've ever since 1997, which is longer than some of you have even been alive. Even the cash ones, when you withdraw from an ATM all of this information is transferred.
And what do you do when the sp500 drops further and you get matching called? Maybe not as likely now that all risk assets are already off their peaks but nobody knows where the bottom is ATM with all the global uncertainty, inflation, war, food shortages etc. Leveraging up on the market ATM would still be pretty risky imo.
It's solely my opinion, but I don't think crypto, as it is now, is ready to ATM. I mean, it's like you wanting to cash out stocks in a ATM, which in my country is impossible, can't say about other places though. I know some will say they are built as a currency, but in practice we just betting in tech companies right now. Even with Bitcoin, which is not driven by any company, I feel uncomfortable with the fact that you just giving your bitcoins to a bank.
Your obviously young and your name actually should be indecent. Think about the money flowing back and forth from the U.S. and everywhere else and El Salvador. This is one speck. You don’t see the Bitcoin ATM’s around or do you walk around with blinders? Talking to people like you is like talking to a goat. Have a wonderful blind existence.
There are a few options. It does not make sense timewise as you would presumably have to wait for the deposit to settle in and out through banks. However, if you're sending funds to an exchange using visa or mastercard and use their crypto credit card you could get cash in hand by the time you get to the atm (daily withdrawal limit $250-$500) Fee-wise this option is probably solid but that has a custody issue (you know the drill, not your keys not your coins) Lastly I'd like to mention Monolith which offers non-custodial crypto credit card and other than being only on Ethereum mainnet which means (you guessed it) fees. It's actually not as bad as it sounds though, in your scenario the only fee you're subject to is the withdrawl fee from the exchange. The money in your Monolith wallet isn't going anywhere and you can cash it in at ATM or buy groceries in the way you see fit. - hands down the best solution in my book *Thank you for coming to my Ted talk, like and subscribe for more content*
The SEC is very powerful, and they do not like to lose. I want to believe that Ripple will survive, and that XRP explodes (i've been waiting for it to explode for 5+ years now), I would tell my roommates when we hit the ATM at the bank "hey, see those stickers about MC and VISA and FDIC... one day soon, all these banks will have a 'Powered by XRP' sticker next to them... just you WAIT..." So I say it again, the SEC doesn't like to lose, and they really like to hold onto the dated Howey Test (which hasn't aged well along with digital assets, IMO). Someone else in the comments said it, and I agree: 50/50
I think my plan would be to keep my sound money in a safe place offline, always. If it comes a time where we are all using Bitcoin to transact, then that is a huge win for everyone because our transactions can't be censored and we can authorize the spend remotely, and no one can touch it before, during, or after this transaction. This allows us to keep the majority of our net worth in cold storage, and our "checking account", if you will, in the Lightning Network. If it turns out that Bitcoin remains just a store of value, the concept remains the same. I will keep my Bitcoin offline, in cold storage so that it is a savings tool that is censorship resistant and immune to seizure. If I need to use this Bitcoin I will simply sell a small portion to pay for whatever I need at that time (I assume that in this instance, Bitcoin will be regulated as some level of a commodity and the taxes will be different, along with the technology for on/off ramps into fiat). I always keep a small amount of Bitcoin in a hot wallet (say $200), and another amount (roughly $100) in the lightning network. This keeps me prepared for anything, and acts as a safety net, because if my bank is seized, I can always either find someone who accepts Bitcoin, or I can find a Bitcoin ATM and transfer it that way. If Bitcoin were to remain stable, at this price, forever, then in my mind that is a huge win too. It would excuse the "volatility" argument and would probably usher in a new, deflationary asset that can remain stable and allows for everyday payments. I don't see any downsides to either scenario.
>And if I wanted to trade Bitcoin for other cryptocurrency but also wanting to break linkage, is viable solution to buy BTC on that ATM, mix it with a mixer (could you recommend me UniJoiner?), then get new wallet address with which I'll new cryptocurrency? This is question I asked another user here. Is this viable option in order to "get back into shadow"?
And if I wanted to trade Bitcoin for other cryptocurrency but also wanting to break linkage, is viable solution to buy BTC on that ATM, mix it with a mixer (could you recommend me UniJoiner?), then get new wallet address with which I'll new cryptocurrency?
>zero to do with BTC Umm, it'd definitely have a little to do with BTC. Some of that debt was taken out for the express purpose of buying BTC and setting up infrastructure to make BTC the El Salvadoran primary currency... (and actually, from what I read months ago, the BTC infrastructure like the ATM's cost more than the bitcoin that they purchased)
We good bro this is the best thing for crypto ATM,get rid of all the bullshit involved.Cleannout all the leverage and bring DCA down,DCA your way too a new house homie enjoy... Times like these with the opportunities to buy don't come around very often
I first heard about Bitcoin in 2013 back in school. It took me until 2017, when I was bored, so I started to get knowledge of crypto currency. I bought 500$ worth of Bitcoin back then at 3500$. When it crashed to 3k, I panicked and sold then. I learned a good lesson, DYOR. So I started to educate myself with almost every top 100 coins back then and found a Start-Up, that I believe in - Vechain. I bought some coins and made a lot of money in the bull market. Unfortunately, I got greedy and did not sell a single coin back then. I accumulated more and was in a good position in 2021 and sold everything. ATM, I am waiting for a good entry point.
Depends on where the hacker is located, but some ways are BTC ATM’s or direct P2P trading. There are pros and cons to both. ATM’s only have so much cash and P2P requires a lot of trust or the use of an escrow which costs time and money. I’m sure there are other ways (take a loan out on your crypto maybe?)
Letting someone know your portfolio is halfway to getting scammed. Because you've gotten their attention, and they will try all possible best to defraud you. Mine happened last week when I got confused about how to claim my ALBT staking and a guy offered to help out but started asking me how much of the token I held without even knowing that they extended the pool and no one can claim reward ATM.
>if all that matters is the seed phrase then all a hacker needs is the phrase That's the main purpose of a cold wallet, your seed is NEVER exposed to a digital hack, the only way would be to physically find your seed phrase... They would need to literally be holding the paper that it's written on. A wallet like a desktop app or browser extension is constantly under potential threats, you might click a link that gains access to it or have a keylogger/screen reader that captures your password/seed phrase or you could accidentally/unknowingly connect it to a site that drains the wallet - Think of it like a public ATM with potential people around you watching or a possible card skimmer. A cold wallet only connects via encryption when needed, and then you have to put in your password physically into the ledger to confirm the transactions... Basically the only way to transfer funds is to have it in your hands and know the passwords/codes to confirm the transaction - This is like your own private ATM that no one else can access or could possibly skim the data. Seed phrases are the ultimate recovery/control over an address and bypass all security. They should be stored on paper, somewhere safe/hidden and if possible stamped on a metal plate. NEVER should you take a photo of it or save it as a text file, doing this is the ultimate sin.
> I've never seen an Bitcoin ATM with that low of a spread/fee and no KYC at all Only this one operator, with a growing presence in many countries in Europe. When they first launched in Germany, the premium was only 2.5%. The German regulators shut them down. They went quiet for a year, and came back a few months ago, now charging 5%
> Many ATM's have "recirculators" This, for banks' cash ATMs I'm not familiar with the manufacturer of these machines. The design is unique to one Bitcoin ATM operator, called shitcoins.club But the more common machines - Lamassu, General Bytes - are sold with a sell-only configuration, because the typical buyer/seller ratio is 10:1. An operator who wants to buy Bitcoin from users needs to buy an add-on module with a cash dispenser. I'm assuming that being separate modules excludes them from having a recirculator
I've never seen an Bitcoin ATM with that low of a spread/fee and no KYC at all. But I've only used a few so what do I know. From what I've seen in person and in pictures people post here the spread is usually huge. But for unsophisticated users who don't want KYC it's probably the best deal they can get, and it's safe compared to meeting up with a broker from localbitcoins. Looked like most of the users at the one I used were probably prostitutes using it to pay for backpages ads.
Curious where you got this information. Many ATM's have "recirculators" I believe they're called which spit out the same money people put in. So as long as people are buying BTC people should be able to sell to the machine as well. Not sure if this design does that of course. I used to sell using a bitcoin ATM almost every week and I never had a problem. I'd imagine if it's designed intelligently at all it won't let you initiate a transaction it can't finish due to not having enough cash.
Depositing fiat on an exchange is going to require you to KYC. Unless you do P2P on something like LocalBitcoins. There are several payment options on there, some are more private than others. You can also try out Bitcoin ATM if you have one near your area.
I didn't think it was real and also thought it maybe real .... I was 50/50. Not getting out of crypto though ..... I had all my shit on a ledger past 4 years. ATM I'm missing out on sweet Eth APY but I don't even trust swapping my beautiful eth for Lido or Rocket Pool IOU's. I just want the original asset on my ledger. Private keys literally dug in my property in 2 different places incase my house get's burnt down.
Follow the volume ,and look at the trading pairs the same 40 billion washes in and out,there's probably enough stables too push btc too 25 k honestly,But you can't make whales play when they don't want too ,and retail ATM doesn't have the legs too rally up that high.
Stop, tell me more about this. How do you send doing this? And now I need to walk to my next ATM to get the cash? It's gonna take a few minutes but hopefully you will send me the code before I get there. We can make it 15.000 sets or 2.5 dollars like in the video?