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:
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1944 Jewish survivors of Kovono Ghetto emerge from their bunker
1944 Turkey breaks diplomatic relationship with nazi-Germany
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1945 Potsdam Conference between Joseph Stalin, Harry Truman and Winston Churchill ends
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1952 17 year-old future world champion Floyd Patterson wins the gold medal in the middleweight division at the Helsinki Olympic Games with a 1st round KO of Romanian Vasile Tita
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1953 KCPQ TV channel 13 in Tacoma-Seattle, WA (IND) begins broadcasting
1967 The second Blackwall Tunnel opens in Greenwich, London
1967 "In the Heat of the Night" directed by Norman Jewison, based on John Ball's novel of the same name, starring Sidney Poitier and Rod Steiger premieres in New York (Academy Awards Best Picture 1968)
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Has Mike Tyson Lent His Name to a Micro-Cap Scam Artist?
www.StockPromoters.com News broke this week that former heavy-weight champ Mike Tyson is getting into the Bitcoin ATM business. But some sources claim that the champ may have been scammed. According to various outlets, Mike Tyson Bitcoin ATM will offer cash-to-Bitcoin conversion in less than 20 seconds, and will debut in August. That’s pretty much the extent of what is known at this time, except that Tyson has confirmed the business deal with a tweet and the website is up and running at miketysonbitcoin.com. It seems like a pretty cool proposition, so what’s the problem? Well, an investigation has found that the domain name is registered to one Peter Klamka. Mr. Klamka is the CEO of a micro-cap company called Bitcoin Brands, Inc. (PINK: CEHC). The company bio states that: “Bitcoin Brands Inc. is a developer and marketer of mobile applications. The Company also has an interest in a social media company, which is focused on the fashion industry. It is developing applications for the iPhone platform. It has two subsidiaries, Legend Credit Inc and Legend Studios Inc. The Company has an application on the iTunes store called The Iron Sheik Soundboard. It also distributes free of charge an iPhone application called MMAUnderboss, which is a collection of newswires covering the sport of mixed martial arts. It also markets on iTunes free of charge a music themed application called Metal RSS. This application is a collection of newsfeeds targeted at music fans” Really? What has this got to do with bitcoins? Plus, none of this info can be verified. The problem is that Klamka’s company has no visible offerings and it is extremely difficult to find out anything at all about the company which has a market cap of only $6,780. Klamka claims that his company offers a site called Bitcoin for Miles (a site to buy airline frequent flyer miles) and something called the “Bitcoin Vending Network,” which makes a lot of claims, talking about offering ATM services on one hand, then vending machines on the other. The other service the company alleges to provide is BitMD, claimed to provide Bitcoin payment services to the medical marijuana industry. There is just no evidence that CEHC offers either of these services, other than its own press releases. And if it really did offer them, the market cap would tend to be higher, one would conclude. The problem is that aside from a dismal market cap, CEHC has no substantiated proof of ANY ATM grand openings, no photos, no promo pieces on the success, or lack thereof of the ventures. Red flags? At least share price of the company should reflect some movement. It’s remained stagnant at $0.00010 for ages. Meanwhile, Klamka strongly refutes the allegations. Under the condition they would not be shared, he supplied three images of the branded ATMs, one showing the Vegas skyline, which he maintained were ready to be launched at any time. Additionally, he said that Tyson has an "even split" of equity due to the way the license is structured. Meanwhile, Bitcoin Brands – which Klamka maintains is not affiliated with his work with Tyson – currently operates two ATMs, one in New York and another in Montreal. The company has links to another OTC traded company, beef supplier Conexus Cattle Corp. (OTCMKTS: CNXS). However, Klamka maintains that is where the relationship ends. "They are a financing partner ... maybe tomorrow it will be a different entity, maybe not," he said. CNXS has a market cap of $13,380. The reason why the company has no online presence, Klamka said, was due to the fact it had been set up purely for "celebrity bitcoin licensing" opportunities. He pointed to various celebrity deals he had made in the past, including a KISS-branded visa card and a Hello Kitty pre-paid debit and credit card. But, Googling Klamka’s name yields shady results: the first is a bizarre website with equally bizarre comments that appear to be written by someone very defensive of Peter Klamka. The second result is a court brief stemming from his failure to pay child support. It’ll be interesting to see how this newest Tyson venture pans out. Maybe Tyson really is interested in proactive financial planning; you know, especially after he blew over $4 million. Stranger things have happened. You go Mike.
Robocoin to Install World’s Second Bitcoin ATM in Hong Kong
The first Bitcoin ATM was installed in Vancouver, Canada on 29th October 2013. Robocoin first unveiled the ATM at a conference in San Jose, California during last year’s springtime. At the time Robocoin had said that four other ATM’s would be launched in December at Toronto, Montreal, Calgary and Ottawa. Today (7th January 2014) however, Robocoin announced that they would be deploying the world’s second Bitcoin ATM in Hong Kong. According to Robocoin, they have sold nearly 50 ATM machines to operators worldwide but they are not yet in operation. Hong Kong was chosen because due to its positive response towards technological innovation. “I think Hong Kong is a very progressive environment,” said CEO Jordan Kelley. “The government takes a progressive approach to emerging technologies, and it is important to get something going in the Asian economies,” he added. This video gives you an overview of the machine: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uoiAewo5K7s&src_vid=0SidcjCLrQM&feature=iv&annotation_id=annotation_1219530905 About the Robocoin ATM: It enables users to buy and sell Bitcoins. The ATM machine from Robocoin is equipped with biometric time locks and privacy-shielded touchscreen and has features like Wi-Fi and 3G enabled. robocoin1 The machine also accepts and dispenses cash and is international denomination ready. To avoid cases like money laundering and making multiple deposits, the ATM machine allows operation only after scanning a user’s palm. A user has a limit for depositing. “The ATM will work a bit like a vending machine for buying and selling virtual goods (Bitcoin) instead of physical goods like a can of soda,” said Hong Kong Bitcoin Enthusiast, Casper Cheng Tsz Chun. The location of the ATM has not been disclosed however. Hong Kong’s adoption of the Bitcoin ATM gives Robocoin some breathing space. Recently the Taiwanese Central Bank & Financial Supervisory Commission (FSC) had jointly declared that Bitcoin cannot be recognized as a valid form of currency. FSC Chairman Tseng Ming Chung said that Robocoin ATM’s would be prohibited. Whatever said and done, Bitcoin has definitely created some waves last year. It will be interesting to see what is in store in 2014 for companies of all types trying to monopolize the virtual currency. If Bitcoin ATM’s end up gaining mainstream adoption (which I believe is a high possibility), Robocoin would benefit tremendously with its advantage as the first player in the arena.
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