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Perspective – June news is the tradeshow for ATMs is going on and Bitcoin Kiosks are their major new exhibitor base. Companies that use Olea as well onsite booths for KIOSK Information Systems.  CoinCloud pushed out a lot of news this month on hitting 2000 deployments include the 29 H-E-B stores in Texas. Interesting spin on underserved market with Athena deploying 1500 machines in El Salvador (transferring currency need). Meanwhile costs are coming down — Chinese is still cheapest but steel prices are turning to US and we already have blacklisted surveillance companies like HIKVision.  Why not digital currency. Meanwhile Windows 11 requires TPM chips so that eliminates a ton of ATMs and even then the TPM chips would likely be from Taiwan. What a crazy world…

Trends — On the term class itself, it seems there is a many more terms being introduced besides Bitcoin ATM which some will say puts it in a declining trending niche of sorts. We have Digital Currency Kiosks, maybe Digital Currency ATM. It appears that Digital Currency is winning the battle with Digital Cash for now. Every now and then Digital Currency actually matches the baseplate for ATM even.

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Crypto Kiosk Posts

Crypto Kiosk – Bitcoin ATM News Roundup


  • Speaking of changes, first, ATMIA updated standards for crypto “currency”, now it is NCR buying market share (with shares) in Bitcoin.




  • State and feds differ about bitcoin kiosk regulation – $10K limit — New Hampshire cases involves a half-dozen people, many associated with the extreme-libertarian Free Keene cluster, who were charged by the FBI last month with operating an “illegal cryptocurrency exchange.”


More About BTMs (or Bitcoin ATMs)

Excerpt from ZipMex

Bitcoin ATMs are automated teller machines which enable you to conduct transactions in Bitcoin.

Being the leading cryptocurrency, it is not surprising that Bitcoin would have its own ATM system; after all, it is a digital currency. With its increasing acceptance and integration into society, being able to use a Bitcoin ATM will be of benefit to you.

Here’s a fun fact. Bitcoin ATMs are also known as a BTMs. With this kiosk, you can buy Bitcoins by using either cash or a debit card. You can also use the BTM to sell Bitcoins for cash. Although the BTM works like a traditional ATMs, they are not the same.

BTMs have internet access which enables you to buy / sell Bitcoins with cash or debit cards.

Instead of connecting to a bank, internet access enables the BTM to connect the customer directly to a Bitcoin exchange or wallet. This serves as a convenient way to purchase Bitcoins in person. BTMs are found mostly in stores, restaurants, and airports on the east coast of Australia.

The BTM was launched for use in October 2019. Although around the world there are about 7,000 machines, this is a small figure when compared to the number of existing traditional ATMs. However, with time, there will be an increase in this number, as the benefits of these machines will become more known.