The Various Types of Bitcoin Wallets and Exchanges
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Bought bitcoin via Bitaccess and sent it to my Electrum wallet, it says unconfirmed. Is this bad? What can I do to actually put it inside my wallet?
I'm completely new to this, pretty much I just bought 0.05037479 BTC on Bitaccess and had it sent to my only showing receiving address on Electrum. It now says [+50.374739 unconfirmed]. Is this bad? Do I just wait it out until it goes into my wallet? Thanks for your help everyone.
List of Physical Stores where you can Buy or Sell bitcoin
There are a number of foreign currency exchanges and other places where there's a "storefront"/branch and an actual teller or other staff where you can just walk up and do a bitcoin buy and/or sell. But I don't think there's ever been a list of them compiled. Lots of location discoveries get shared on social media, like this one, bu there is just no comprehensive list anywhere. So that's what I'ld like to do here. If you know of a location please comment with the name or some details. Physical stores and Trading Spaces Europe, Middle East, and Africa:
My girlfriend and I are bringing bitcoin to Liechtenstein! We have gotten a couple restaurants integrated with bitpay and on Monday I will be giving Sovereign Prince Hans-Adam II & 60 other people a few btc on a paper wallet.
On the 23rd of February I am going to attend an award ceremony in Vaduz; I got third place in an Austrian Economics essay contest by the European Center of Austrian Economics Foundation (ECAEF), a foundation run jointly by the Sovereign Prince of Liechtenstein's brother and cousin. At this event in Vaduz, I will be handed a 2,000 Euro check by the Sovereign Prince himself, and I will be given the opportunity to present my essay (with a power point presentation) in front of an audience. In this PowerPoint presentation I will focus on the benefits of decentralised money (such as gold and silver, as a familiar example) and their obvious transition to the digital world with bitcoin. I intend to hand everyone in the audience (About 50-60 guests, here is a video of the 2013 award ceremony), including the Sovereign Prince and the president of the ECAEF, a leaflet containing a paper wallet with CHF 5.00 and instructions on how to redeem and use the coins. Here are the final leaflets. On top of "www.eu-btc.com" I will put a business card for the bitcoin buying/selling business my girlfriend and I have started (we are aiming to have a licensed BitAccess ATM in Vaduz by the end of the year!). On top of "please redeem (move to another, more personal wallet) before:1st of April 2015" I will put a paper wallet with 5 CHF on it. The wallets are mass printed from bitaddress.org I will take back any bitcoin not redeemed after the 1st of april. I'll post the results of how many coins were redeemed on here. I am already in Liechtenstein with my girlfriend, and we have spent all day pitching bitcoin to bars and restaurants; we got a lot of negative or uncertain responses (we don't speak German so that limited our success), but we managed to get one enthusiastic restaurant fully running on bitpay ( Made in Italy - we already put them up on bitcoinmaps), one restaurant who is 100% on board and wants us to get them set up on Tuesday (Restaurant Schlössle Mahal), and another who didn't want to get set up straight away but wants a bitcoin accepted here sticker just to see how many customers ask to pay in bitcoin (Azzuro - they said they would tell potential bitcoin clients that their internet is down). I will announce all of their names at the award ceremony so that the recipients of these aforementioned bitcoin wallets know where to spend their coins. Unfortunately we forgot to bring our bitcoin accepted here stickers but we will be mailing them to all of these restaurants (and any others we manage to integrate with bitpay before we leave) as soon as we get back home in Toulouse.
Bitcoin ATM Global Market Overview By DOBI ATM The BitLicense aroused a big buzz when the a big ATM operator Coinsource announced its granting of BitLicnese, a virtual currency trading license for cryptocurrency trading service; As reported from Cointelegraph, it took 3 years to be granted since the first application to New York Financial Securities(NYFS). This obviously indicates the advancing development of Bitcoin ATM industry since the first Bitcoin ATM came out in Vancouver, Canada on 29th October 2013.
Overall Global Data
After about 5 years development, bitcoin ATM industry sees increase in market capital and maturity. Bearish Bitcoin price meet downturn though, Bitcoin ATM is growing continuously in installation, capital, distribution and the manufacturer. The latest statistic from CoinatmRadar( the biggest bitcoin ATM data research institution) reported that there are 3949 bitcoin ATMs in total worldwide until Nov. 05, 2018. Although increasing speed declines with the sluggish bitcion market, we can still see 1849 ATMs increased with 89% growth rate from 2079 ATMs to 3927 in 2018. Now, the crypto ATMs installation speed rises to 6 machine per day. It’s estimated to reach a figure of $16.3 million of market capital in 2018 https://preview.redd.it/drmennyhpow11.png?width=660&format=png&auto=webp&s=4187176abc3f5d892911085a894fb5cc40d089c7
Industry：Continuous Increase in installation, profit, manufacturers
Distribution of bitcoin ATMs across Continents:
The wide awareness of bitcoin and cryptocurrency promote the bitcoin ATM adoption cross the world. It’s no strange that North America and Europe share the large percentage since the economic and population provide the best environment for the use of bitcoin ATM by the majority. https://preview.redd.it/3vu1hoyipow11.png?width=648&format=png&auto=webp&s=d0bc39d87d17032f5f7fd3e16ed46e0320d2788b A study conducted by MarketsandMarkets reported that the Bitcoin ATM market will see annual growth of 54% between 2018 to 2023, when the whole industry is forecast to reach $145 million.
Incredibly Increasing High Profit When Emerging Market’s Struggling
In bitcoin ATM, the profit is mainly from transaction fee with an average of 7%-10% both in buy side and sell side. It’s reported a bitcoin ATM machine comes with $10k to $30k transaction a month with the highest reaching to $100k. The average transaction is 130 times per machine per month. Coindesk even reported Lamassu's survey of $1,000–$3,000 each month earning which equates to annual earnings for ATM operators of between $12,000 and $36,000 per unit.
Increasing Bitcoin ATM Manufacrture:
The growing awareness of bitcoin also attracted many investors into Bitcoin ATM business. The biggest bitcoin ATM tracking Radar coinatmRadar reveals 42 typical bitcoin ATM manufacturers and 31 Bitcoin ATM service operators globally. DOBI ATM, as the biggest bitcoin ATM manufacuter in Chinawas also listed. It’s a newly but of great potential to in digital currency payment solution. It’s obviously seen from the market share below that Genesis Coin, General Bytes, Lamassu, BitAccess and Coinsource dominant the industry, though. Some newly manufacturer startups also see great potential. https://preview.redd.it/uhxd302kpow11.png?width=525&format=png&auto=webp&s=687460579650812e21808a736231931baf193855 DOBI ATM as highly potential newcomers is striving to provide everyone easy access to buy ans sell bitcoin in hardware solution and software development. Supported by the a capital group , Currently there’s over 200 business-to-business operators worldwide and now is the biggest Bitcion ATM manufacurer in China
Seeing from the whole cryptocurrency industry chain, there are mining, digital currency exchange, crypto wallet, media and services field, token release company and payment field. Cryptocurrency exchange functions most important for its huge power in liquidity and profitability. There’s no doubt the blockchain technology will overturn the whole world revelutionary after 10 year’s development since the release of Bitcoin Whitepaper by Satoshi Nakamoto.; And no one would suspect the financial role cryptocurrency is playing, especially in payment field. Bitcoin ATM can both work as an alternative for exchange and payment solution for daily life. It surely see great market confidence. DOBI ATM still holds that only project with practical solution in real world that survives at last. Bitcoin ATM just helps the adoption of wide use of bitcoin in daily payment among the ordinary. Let’s witness how the cryptocurrency and bitcoin ATM industry expand.
Traveler from Europe and staying in Las Vegas for a week. For whatever reason, my credit card stopped working yesterday, even though my online banking web-UI shows that everything is covered. Of couse, no email from them, no call, nothing. Fraud protection gone awry? Who knows... I had little cash left and no intention of wasting money on an expensive call to my bank for a small chance to get this fixed in time. Luckily, I still have some BTC in my mobile wallet, and went to this Robocoin ATM. This one was pretty useless. The UI was clunky and hard to use. After "successful" registration that involved hitting tiny UI elements on a bad touchscreen, scanning my ID and getting a picture of my face, my "withdrawal limit" was apparently $0. Fortunately, there was competition in walking distance! The BitAccess ATM only wanted my phone number and I could get cash out. The UI was a little bit glitchy, since it doesn't really tell you that the Tx was received. The machine shows a QR code with a 5min countdown that keeps running after you've sent your BTC. Don't panic, it's waiting for miner confirmation or something. It would be nice if the machine acknowledged that it has seen the tx on network. I could even use the receipt for a 2-for-1 deal at the Ketchup Burger! (throwaway for privacy and such.)
So I had made a post and googled around to find the best way to buy low volume coin in canada - here is my results. I purchased Flexepin and spent about 2 days trying to find a site that would take a measly $20 on Flexepin - many would only take $25-50. I went with https://www.bitaccess.co/ The Flexepin fee was $1.95 and for my $20 pin I received 0.00559373 worth of bit coin, which was about $18 on that day. I received the coin to my wallet in about 2 hours. A day or so later I found a Bitcoin ATM - it took cash (weird paper used for goods and services), I had a $20 in my wallet so I figured I'd giv'er. It was super simple to use, but it never told me the amount I would receive or the fees - so you basically go in blind until it appears in your wallet ( I would not use again, not worth it) For my $20 in cold hard cash I received 0.00373393 which was about $12.5 at the time. TL:DR Flexepin + https://www.bitaccess.co/ is the easiest, quickest cheapest way to buy low volume coin in Cananda (without already being verified on an exchange)
Been lurking for a few days now reading a ton of old posts. Forgive me if this has been answered but I haven't seen it yet. I have a BitAccess machine beside my work and it stares at me when I walk by. Secondly just last week an online vendor I use is now accepting Bitcoin with 25 percent off at checkout. So I figure time to learn me some BTC. I've downloaded Coinbase (an exchange and wallet?) Blockchain (a wallet?) and BreadWallet (a wallet?) I've been trying for 2 days to verify my CC through Coinbase and it's not being friendly and there customer support live chat is very frustrating. Anyways, if I have a BTM (BitAccess) beside me, can I entirely skip Coinbase and just deposit to a wallet? I haven't decided on which wallet to use Blockchain or BreadWallet. I seem to enjoy the Blockchain interface much more but people on Reddit seem to frown upon it. I'm not into this for investment purposes at this point. This current adventure of mine is to applicably learn about BTC through a small deposit and playing with a transfer here and there. My next online purchase is $800 so I want to make sure I'm comfortable before I drop some hundreds into this digital currency cloud of mystery. I guess my main question is can I skip Coinbase completely with the BTM beside me AND which wallet is best suited for my current needs. I understand that in the future I will need to explore new security and options but for now, I'd like this as simple as possible and grow from there. Any help would much appreciated!
Bitaccess is holding my 600 dollars in Flexepin Vouchers and refusing to communicate with me
Basically, I'm buying bitcoin for a simple online purchase. I use flexepin vouchers, which i redeem on bitaccess. the funds get sent to a wallet of my choosing afterward. I purchased one 500 dollar voucher and one 100 dollar voucher, and redeemed them. Bitaccess emailed me to confirm this, and I sent my confirmation at 1:45pm EST. I have no heard back, despite replying within 3 minutes to the request for confirmation. I have sent multiple emails and received nothing back. It hasn't been THAT long but as the website itself says that payments complete in a few minutes, I need to assume that something suspicious is going on.. otherwise why not communicate with me further? Just trying to warn any of my fellow Canadians. If you use Flexepin vouchers, DO NOT use bitaccess unless you're looking for an all-day long affair with extremely unprofessional levels of communation and speed. Assuming I hear nothing back soon, at what point is it appropriate to contact my local authorities? I'm really worried about this.
lost $160 in bitcoin atm b/c "investigation required" please help
Me and my friends have $900 dollars worth of bitcoins in our online wallet and tried to add another $160 to our account through a "bitaccess" atm but the transaction won't show up and all the receipt says in "investigation requ". Yes just "requ" so im guessing either investigation requested or required. We put the $900 in earlier in the week but not the same day as the $160. Please Help.
08-09 07:32 - '70+ Bitcoin companies, exchange and wallets that did NOT agree to Segwit2x' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/jtos3 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 296-306min
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Hi everyone. Just wondering...I recently purchased bitcoins using the bitaccess machine. I used a paper wallet because I didn’t have access to my wallet on my mobile. I’m wondering how I can transfer the amount on the paper wallet to my actual desk top wallet? There doesn’t seem to be any support offered on the website. TIA!
I'm going to give a bitcoin paper wallet to HSH Hans-Adam II, the Sovereign Prince of Liechtenstein in less than two weeks.
On the 23rd of February I am going to attend an award ceremony in Liechtenstein because I got third place at an Austrian Economics essay contest run by the European Center of Austrian Economics Foundation (ECAEF). A foundation run jointly by the Sovereign Prince of Liechtenstein's brother and cousin. At this event in Vaduz, I will be handed a 2,000 Euro check by the Sovereign Prince himself, and I will be given the opportunity to present my essay (with a power point presentation) in front of an audience. I intend to hand everyone in the audience (They haven't gotten back to me about how many people that would be but here is a video of the 2013 award ceremony), including the Sovereign Prince and the president of the ECAEF, a leaflet containing a paper wallet with CHF 5.00 and instructions on how to redeem and use the coins. Here is a template. Top right is front, top left is back, bottom left is interior left, bottom right is interior right. On top of "www.eu-btc.com" I will put a business card for the bitcoin buying/selling business my girlfriend and I have started (we are seriously aiming to have a licensed BitAccess ATM in Vaduz by the end of the year!). On top of "please redeem (move to another, more personal wallet) before:1st of April 2015" I will put a paper wallet with 5 CHF on it (I will print all of this on the 18th of february so at the exchange rate that day). The wallets will be mass printed from bitaddress.org I will take back any bitcoin not redeemed after the 1st of april. I'll post the results back here! Edit: My Tardis broke down.
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
So I wanted to get started with trading bitcoins and easiest way is to get a flexepin voucher from bitaccess. In store I can buy it at $250 per voucher. I tried to get information on how do I redeem it per say, It says on the website the limit is $1000 per day if I am not verified but it does not say if the limit is on the phone number I provide or the wallet address I provide. Does anybody have information on it?
Bitaccess is a Canadian company manufacturing bitcoin ATMs from the very beginning of bitcoin ATM market existence. We approached Andre Deminiac (Director of Operations) to find details of which settings Bitaccess machines support. Wallets support: In order to run a Bitaccess bitcoin ATM operator needs to use in-house developed Bitaccess wallet. The wallet is similar to that of a bank account and that it allows you to receive Bitcoins, store them there for quite some time and then send them to other Bitcoin users. Remember that there are two main types of Bitcoin wallet and one is the software wallet which you can install on your computer or mobile phone. Individuals, businesses, developers: learn from our simple Bitcoin guides. How Bitcoin works, what is Bitcoin, what is blockchain, how to buy Bitcoin, what is Bitcoin mining and more. Hi, I purchased bitcoin from one of your machines recently and the machine printed out a ‘bitcoin paper wallet’.. I went onto your website and followed the instructions to sweep the coins via Mycelium Bitcoin Wallet. I scanned the private key onto the app and i still have not received my funds.. Simply defined, bitcoin is an electronic currency that is based on the internet. Since it is a relatively new currency, accessing it still remains a major hurdle for most people. Luckily however, there are companies that have dedicated themselves to making bitcoin more available to people all over the world. One such company is Bitaccess.
Bitaccess - How to use a BTM (Bitcoin ATM) - YouTube
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