Hi all. I have been trying to start up a BTM business in the Dallas area. I started creating a business plan and the first agenda on the plan was to figure out what kinds of regulations and road blocks I would face in starting one up. It seems there is a "Transmission of Money" license I will need to attain in order to run the BTM because I would be using an exchange or "intermediary" to get the bitcoins to the buyer. The license is a very large road block as I will need a $300K security just to get it. Does anyone in the Texas area have experience with starting one up? If so, could I get some lessons learned from your journey and what it took to get all the proper licensing to get started up? Thanks!
Hey! My partner and I are planning on purchasing and installing pretty soon an ATM for Bitcoin and other altcoins. We are focusing on the market of our hometown - El Paso, TX. Even tho we are in Texas we are really far away from the closest one in Dallas (about 656 Miles). We have been talking planning this for some time now, and we have our lists of pros, cons, risks, cost, etc... BUT we believe that given our market it can work. Having said all of that, I am honestly nervous and excited at the same time. I would like to know if there are any tips/experiences that anyone can give us regarding what we are trying to do. I would really appreciate any help possible. THANKS!
I received a call last night which I generally don't answer but I fell victim to an elaborate story. They told me there was a warrant for money laundering in TX ( I live in California) and they said they need to use ADR to initiate a change of my SS# so I can be safe. They had my withdrawl most of my time in my bank account and deposit it into a bitcoin of america ATM. Everyime I would push back on what they asked me to do they would use scare tactics to make it sound like I would be arrested and be held in court in Texas. I had a feeling it was a scam but I didn't act on that feeling. I know I was stupid to fall for something like that but I am asking is there anything I can do about this or am I out of lock since I fell for their scare tactics.
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The very first Bitcoin (BTC) ATM came to the United States in 2014 to Austin, Texas. This historic event occurred quickly after Canada pioneered the idea in 2013, and the excitement and demand for such ATMs have soared across the globe ever since. There are currently over 8,000 BTC ATMs in more than 70 countries […]
Hello fellow stoners, I just need to vent a little and I have no friends but this community I love.
So I have been looking for a house to lease for about a month now. I haven’t smoked in months because I need to save every penny I can. I finally found someone that was willing to rent me their house and they seemed like a really nice family. I got everything set up and signed the lease, well I now know that this cunt lives in Texas and wants me to send him the money for two months rent via bitcoin atm. After he receives the payment he will send me the keys to the house through fedex. FUCK my life dudes I’m tired of this shit I just want to get high. Take some huge tokes for me tonight as I will be too bummed to move. Peace out fellow tree lovers
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