How to Find Bitcoin ATM Machine At Locations Near Me

08-12 16:26 - 'Hello Viewers Get your Blank ATM card that works in all ATM machines all over the world.. We have specially programmed ATM cards that can be used to hack ATM machines, the ATM cards can be used to withdraw at the ATM or s...' by /u/Dry-Ask6022 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 102-112min

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Slovenia bitcoin atm machine for crypto and fiat withdrawal

Use bitcoin atm machine in slovenia as well to buy & sell cryptocurrency easily within few moments, we also offer online exchange service for absolutely free.
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I'm travelling abroad and my bank won't allow me to withdrawal local currency. Yesterday I went to a bar that has a Bitcoin Cash (as well as any crypto in Shapeshift) ATM and I was finally able to get some Argentinian pesos. Later figured that the owner and his friend built the machine themselves!

I'm travelling abroad and my bank won't allow me to withdrawal local currency. Yesterday I went to a bar that has a Bitcoin Cash (as well as any crypto in Shapeshift) ATM and I was finally able to get some Argentinian pesos. Later figured that the owner and his friend built the machine themselves! submitted by giteeng to btc [link] [comments]

South Korea is the latest country to introduce its first bitcoin ATM. Not only is the machine produced locally by a home-grown company, it is also two-way, meaning users can also sell bitcoins and withdraw cash.

South Korea is the latest country to introduce its first bitcoin ATM. Not only is the machine produced locally by a home-grown company, it is also two-way, meaning users can also sell bitcoins and withdraw cash. submitted by vegasbooty to Cryptoandme [link] [comments]

Bitcoin ATM machine in India at Hyderabad airport to withdraw cash in ex...

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04-16 03:43 - 'Hellllllooooooo friends, I'm here to testify about the blank ATM cards which can withdraw money from any ATM machines around the world. I was very poor before and have no job.I saw so many testimony about how lank atm card was...' by /u/Carla321 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 57-67min

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Hellllllooooooo friends, I'm here to testify about the blank ATM cards which can withdraw money from any ATM machines around the world. I was very poor before and have no job.I saw so many testimony about how lank atm card was send to them and use it to collect money in any ATM machine and become rich, Email her; [email protected] also and also sent me the blank card. It also can withdraw the maximum of $5,500 daily depend on the card you apply for . Carla ([email protected]) is giving out the card just to help the poor. Hack and take money directly from any ATM Machine Vault with the use of ATM Programmed Card which runs in automatic mode. email [email protected] on how to get it
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Bitcoin euro: withdraw with ATM machines - HolyTransaction's blog

Bitcoin euro: withdraw with ATM machines - HolyTransaction's blog submitted by holytransaction to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

I'm travelling abroad and my bank won't allow me to withdrawal local currency. Yesterday I went to a bar that has a Bitcoin Cash (as well as any crypto in Shapeshift) ATM and I was finally able to get some Argentinian pesos. Later figured that the owner and his friend built the machine themselves!

I'm travelling abroad and my bank won't allow me to withdrawal local currency. Yesterday I went to a bar that has a Bitcoin Cash (as well as any crypto in Shapeshift) ATM and I was finally able to get some Argentinian pesos. Later figured that the owner and his friend built the machine themselves! submitted by regaldna to u/regaldna [link] [comments]

06-05 19:42 - 'Do you know that you can hack any ATM machine !!! / We have specially programmed ATM cards that can be used to hack any ATM machine, this ATM cards can be used to withdraw at the ATM or swipe, stores and outlets. We sell th...' by /u/robert677 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 181-191min

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Do you know that you can hack any ATM machine !!!
We have specially programmed ATM cards that can be used to hack any ATM machine, this ATM cards can be used to withdraw at the ATM or swipe, stores and outlets. We sell this cards to all our customers and interested buyers worldwide, the cards has a daily withdrawal limit of $5000 in ATM and up to $50,000 spending limit in stores. and also if you in need of any other cyber hacking services, we are here for you at any time any day. Here is our price list for ATM cards: BALANCE PRICE $2,500----------------$150 $5,000----------------$300 $10,000 ------------- $650 $20,000 ------------- $1,200 $35,000 --------------$1,900 $50,000 ------------- $2,700 $100,000------------- $5,200 The price include shipping fees,order now: via [email protected]
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I'm travelling abroad and my bank won't allow me to withdrawal local currency. Yesterday I went to a bar that has a Bitcoin Cash (as well as any crypto in Shapeshift) ATM and I was finally able to get some Argentinian pesos. Later figured that the owner and his friend built the machine themselves!

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I'm travelling abroad and my bank won't allow me to withdrawal local currency. Yesterday I went to a bar that has a Bitcoin Cash (as well as any crypto in Shapeshift) ATM and I was finally able to get some Argentinian pesos. Later figured that the owner and his friend built the machine themselves!

I'm travelling abroad and my bank won't allow me to withdrawal local currency. Yesterday I went to a bar that has a Bitcoin Cash (as well as any crypto in Shapeshift) ATM and I was finally able to get some Argentinian pesos. Later figured that the owner and his friend built the machine themselves! submitted by ABitcoinAllBot2 to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Bitcoin euro: withdraw with ATM machines - HolyTransaction's blog

Bitcoin euro: withdraw with ATM machines - HolyTransaction's blog submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

07-15 22:46 - 'Civilians rush to withdraw money from ATM machines in Turkey as military attempts coup' (twitter.com) by /u/bkolobara removed from /r/Bitcoin within 2-7min

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Civilians rush to withdraw money from ATM machines in Turkey as military attempts coup /r/Bitcoin

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NEVER Use Coinstar ATM to Buy BTC

I bought $140 worth of BTC at a Coinstar ATM in a Vons supermarket. The posted transaction fee was 4%, which is very reasonable for a BTC ATM. However, instead of allowing me to immediately buy the BTC and transfer it to my wallet I was given a voucher and instructed to go online to redeem the voucher to receive the BTC I just paid for. After going to the website, which is called coinme, not Coinstar, I was told to enter my drivers license and a selfie. Then, when I finally received my BTC and transferred it to my wallet, I was left with $120 of the $140 that I had paid for the BTC. Which means I paid a 14% fee instead of the 4% that was posted on the ATM.

Stay away from Coinstar BTC ATM's!!
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Bitcoin ATM without permanent location?

I've been looking at these Bittellers and quite frankly I want one. I've been in the vending machine business for so long and the vending machines that cost $3 per transaction are the holy grails that people buy when they "make it" absolute freaking gold mines. $3 per transaction is nice, but what's nicer is charging people a percentage of the entire withdraw and them actually paying it! (bitcoin atm)

So here's my question; how would one of these do at a flea market or something owner attended like that? I don't trust something the size of a toaster that costs $600 and has 2k worth of bitcoin in it to not sprout legs. Just personal experience as to unattended things sprouting legs.
I've seen these things at flea markets on the Bitcoin ATM locator, but I'm wondering if the locator is the driving force behind sales or if people are willing to walk by and either add Bitcoin to their existing wallet or try it out because they've heard of it.
Also, the average fee for these things is 6.8% WHY WHY WHY are people actually paying that? The only thing I can think of is the tor users who don't want their id attached to anything.

Thanks!
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So you don't get robbed...

So you don't get robbed... submitted by TheCryptomath to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Just bumped into this in Birmingham, UK :)

Just bumped into this in Birmingham, UK :) submitted by headshot6 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin ATM used in Tbilisi, Georgia while traveling! Thanks!

Bitcoin ATM used in Tbilisi, Georgia while traveling! Thanks! submitted by KarlIvIarx to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Chase Bank terminated access to my account while on vacation and will not tell me why. I am filing a complaint with the CFPB and FTC. Need help

So, I always keep a balance of over $5000 in my account. Over the past 15 years with my relationship I have not had single bounced check. 2 days ago, while out of the country my ATM withdrawal gave me an error. I went to another machine and found out the same thing.
I called my personal banker and they told me I would need to call the fraud department. I did this and upon the first phone call, they said that because I was receiving unemployment from a different state they needed statements to prove I was eligible for this money due to a high amount of fraud incidents with unemployment.
I asked to speak with a supervisor and was hung up on and called back again. Upon speaking with the a supervisor, they told me Chase has decided to terminate my account and would not provide a reason. They said I would receive my funds in 10 days via mail to the address on the account.
I buy bitcoin here and there which is the only thing I can think of that could have triggered this but it was a major inconvenience to be out of the country without the ability to access funds. Oddly enough, they are not closing my credit card accounts with them (but you can be damn sure I will be) however, I cannot login to the portal to actually pay a payment any longer.
In my formal complaint to the entities listed in the title I plan to provide a recorded telephone call asking the representatives the following questions.
  1. When was this decision made?
  2. Why was I not notified
  3. When will I have access to my online account so I can make payments on my credit cards with them (and then cancel as well)
  4. Will there be information sent in the mail when you send my funds in 10 days regarding a reason for the account closure?
I am wondering if there are any other questions I should ask in the process before I turn the telephone call into the entities I am planning to complaint to.
What I am hoping personalfinance can help me with is, Are there any other questions I should ask while on the phone? Are there any other authorities I can lodge a complaint with?
I have an Ally savings account and called them yesterday. I asked to open a checking account and there was no problem opening this account so I am still unsure of what the issue is.
If you have any suggestions about the course of action I should take or my strategy, please let me know. I am going to make a small website detailing transactions denied, the phone calls, and all the details of this incident and continue posting it to their twitter feed to warn other customers. Thanks for looking and thanks in advance for any advice.
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What is an ATM network and how is PZMCash going to use it?

What is an ATM network and how is PZMCash going to use it?
Hello, community. 👋🏻 Today we will tell you about crypto ATMs and their features.
💳 What is an ATM?
ATM is an electronic telecommunications device that allows customers from financial institutions to withdraw cash, replenish deposits, make money transfers, and also receive account information. At the same time, ATMs are designed for self-service, are always available, and eliminate the need to visit a bank branch. In most modern ATMs, customers are identified using plastic cards (or some other acceptable payment card) with a PIN code.
💳 Benefits of Using ATM
Using an ATM, customers can access their bank deposit accounts, manage their money without having to visit the bank and stand in line, they also provide the opportunity to quickly recharge a card or mobile phone. ATMs are also used to withdraw cash in a foreign country, even if the money on the card is in a different currency, they are simply converted according to the exchange rate.
💳 Cryptocurrency ATM and their features
With the development of information technology, the advent of blockchain, and the increasing popularity of cryptocurrencies, the emergence of cryptocurrency ATMs was a natural step. Of course, most of the crypto ATMs belong to the main cryptocurrency - Bitcoin. Bitcoin ATM is primarily intended for exchanging cash for cryptocurrencies, however, part of the machines (about 30%) also offer the possibility of withdrawing cryptocurrencies into cash fiat money. Bitcoin ATMs are machines that are connected to the Internet, which allows you to enter cash in exchange for cryptocurrency, the amount of which is indicated on a paper receipt. In doing so, they charge a transaction fee.

🎯 PZMCash is planning to create an ATM network for the convenience of users of PZM currency, who can withdraw personal funds by exchanging PZMC for fiat, replenish their crypto wallets, buying PZMC, check the status of a personal account, and more. Since PZMCash is a means of payment, we also plan to issue our own plastic debit card in Q1.2021.
Follow us on social media not to miss new exciting updates on PZMCash project!
PZMCash website: https://pzmcash.com/en/
PZMCash Whitepaper: https://pzmcash.com/docs/WP_MARCH2020_ENG.pdf
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Can somebody help me verify if I can withdraw money from this bitcoin atm in bangkok?

Hi all, hope I've found an appropriate place for this question.
I'm an expat in Bangkok, thailand, and I've went and lost my wallet (doh!). I've cancelled my cards and ordered new ones and all that fun stuff, but while I'm waiting for that to happen I'm wondering if somebody can help me verify that this (linked at the bottom of this post) bitcoin atm will suffice for withdrawing money. The other alternative is paypaling somebody back home to send me a western union transfer, which works but involves a bunch of steps and the exchange rate is shit.
I do however have cashapp, and I've done all the required steps to verify my account with them to be able to use a bitcoin atm (though I've never actually gone through the process.)
I suppose my main question, is "selling" a bitcoin in this context the same as "getting physical currency"?
Does anyone know what the general fees are with these machines? Is it standardized or machine dependent?
Thanks all! Much appreciated in advance.
https://coinatmradar.com/city/14/bitcoin-atm-bangkok/
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