New York’s Bitcoin ATM Could Hit BitLicence Snag
The first bitcoin ATM in New York City could hit a regulatory snag with the state's planned BitLicences.
An analysis of the CoinDesk Bitcoin ATM Map shows an evolving landscape for cryptocurrency teller machines.
The portable bitcoin ATM manufacturer said that it has sold 70 of its $999 units so far in June.
Bitcoin ATMs are a coveted sector that is rapidly becoming crowded with expanding incumbents and strong new players.
The company launched the first ever portable, open-source bitcoin ATM machine last week, priced at just $999.
John Law wades knee-deep into bitcoin's hectic week of cut-price ATMs, risky derivative markets and merchants galore.