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Hello, I'm exploring starting a BTM business and was interested in anyone's insights on running such a business, esp. banks they have found to be friendly (in the sense that they don't shut down the account for whatever risk-averse reasoning provided). Thanks
Does anyone know any crypto friendly banks in Europe that may open an account for a crypto company. I'm looking to launch a network of BTC ATMs so there is AML/Cash Handling involved, all of which I'm very experienced in from a career in the casino industry. But finding a bank to handle the cash the machines generate is going to be a major hurdle I suspect.
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Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency created in 2009. Marketplaces called “bitcoin exchanges” allow people to buy or sell bitcoins using different currencies. There is a growing number of users searching for ways to spend their bitcoins. You can submit your business in online directories to help them easily find you. You can also display the Bitcoin logo on your website or your brick and mortar business. Bitcoin is an emerging market of new customers who are searching for ways to spend their bitcoins. Accepting them is a good way to get new customers and give your business some new visibility. Accepting a new payment method has often shown to be a clever practice for online businesses. In the Inside Bitcoins conference in New York, bitcoin business owners and venture capitalists have provided some helpful tips on how to start a bitcoin business and make sure that it stays up and running. Bitcoin Business Advice “The opportunity in bitcoin is so high,” said Digital Currency Group founder Barry Silbert. Accepting Bitcoin Cash (BCH) for e-commerce. When your customers come to checkout on your e-commerce website you can give them the option to pay with BCH. This is done using a Bitcoin Cash payment gateway which you’ll add to your website, letting you accept BCH payments from customers.
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