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Bitcoin ATMs Are Coming To New York City

from ZeroHedge:

With over 1,000 new merchants adopting Bitcoin every week, it is perhaps not surprising that, as NY Post reports, the first Bitcoin ATM is about to debut in New York City. Following success in Canada and Europe, Brooklyn native Willard Ling, 30, is set to introduce the first bitcoin ATM to New York City at the East Village bubble tea shop ‘Just Sweet’. State regulators with the Department of Financial Services are expected to hold hearings later this month to discuss how the digital currency should be regulated; and until then, Ling’s bitcoin ATM will sit in his apartment.

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3 comments to Bitcoin ATMs Are Coming To New York City

  • Ed_B

    Digital currency is a banksters’ wet dream. How ironic that so many people are eagerly embracing this while at the same time excoriating the use of government-produced fiat currency… neither of which has any intrinsic value whatever. It must be remembered that control of the money IS the number 1 method that the banksters use to implement and maintain their control. Is it likely that they will meekly hand over this immense power to a currency that they do not control? If you had power like that, would you just hand it over to others? Somehow, I do not think so. I am sure that Bitcoin has many wonderful technical specs but I am just as sure that it either is a NWO front or that it will be banned for daring to infringe on their tremendous power. While the concept of Bitcoin looks really good, so does the bait in a mouse-trap.

  • glitter 1

    Whether or not Bitcoin is a NWO(Bankster)scheme or not is not the issue,the issue is a cashless system and that is up next on the Controllers Play Book.Once they take away cash,you will loose all anonymity,privacy and therefore your liberty and freedom.Wake up people,cash is your liberty and freedom,not anything digital.Humanity is in the process of being rounded up to be corralled and penned like so much cattle/sheep waiting for the slaughter.

  • “The legal costs of setting up a financial service website like a Bitcoin exchange are prohibitive.”

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