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How can my local Bitcoin ATM be trading me cash at 10% more per bitcoin than the current rate?

The bitcoin ATM by me is providing cash at 10% higher than the current rate. It’s been going on for at least weeks. My friend goes every day. $1,500 max per day without scanning ID, $7,000 if you scam your ID. What’s going on here? I just sent $454-worth of btc and got $500 cash out. Can someone please explain this to me?
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My local bitcoin ATM.

My local bitcoin ATM. submitted by thescaryspace to softwaregore [link] [comments]

This is a sign posted at my local bitcoin ATM... why?

This is a sign posted at my local bitcoin ATM... why? submitted by coinmaster64 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Found my local bitcoin ATM.

Found my local bitcoin ATM. submitted by maimon495 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

My local Bitcoin ATM has finally started buying and selling Bitcoin, albeit at a terrifying rate.

My local Bitcoin ATM has finally started buying and selling Bitcoin, albeit at a terrifying rate. submitted by HurtlingTurtle to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

My local Bitcoin ATM has finally started buying and selling Bitcoin, albeit at a terrifying rate.

My local Bitcoin ATM has finally started buying and selling Bitcoin, albeit at a terrifying rate. submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Found my local bitcoin ATM. /r/Bitcoin

Found my local bitcoin ATM. /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Ive been buying 3k per day and have been cut off by my local bitcoin atm /r/Bitcoin

Ive been buying 3k per day and have been cut off by my local bitcoin atm /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

This is a sign posted at my local bitcoin ATM... why? /r/Bitcoin

This is a sign posted at my local bitcoin ATM... why? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Bitcoin ATM at my local mom-and-pop grocery store. (x-post from /r/Cryptocurrency)

Bitcoin ATM at my local mom-and-pop grocery store. (x-post from /Cryptocurrency) submitted by ASICmachine to CryptoCurrencyClassic [link] [comments]

Everyone is posting their new local BTC ATMs. This guy is standing at my local shopping center since 2014. (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

Everyone is posting their new local BTC ATMs. This guy is standing at my local shopping center since 2014. (x-post from /Bitcoin) submitted by ASICmachine to CryptoCurrencyClassic [link] [comments]

This bitcoin ATM at my local 7/11!

This bitcoin ATM at my local 7/11! submitted by KingCapitalJ to mildlyinteresting [link] [comments]

why is the easiest way for me to buy bitcoin to walk down the street to my local computer shop and use the bitcoin ATM they have?

why on earth does binance need a picture of my face, a driver's license, and a bank statement for me to buy some goddamn bitcoin, why on earth is the easiest way for me to buy the iNterNeT cURrenCCY to go to a physical store and buy it?
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A BitCoin ATM at my local mall

A BitCoin ATM at my local mall submitted by Gonedric to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Email/Bank is one thing but Passport?

My local bitcoin ATM is broken and I have no idea when it will be back running. It was a strange time, when the 9 pages document was able to bring all three wallets back up on my friend's new iphone xs using the 12-word seed. Been trading manually and would like to put my CE degree to work.
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Very very sticky situation

Ok so I'll try making this as short and understandable as possible.
Yesterday, I tried buying 300 euros worth of bitcoins (around 0.06BTC) at my local bitcoin ATM. Only thing is, I had registered my General Bytes ATM account with a friend of mine who is over 18 years of age, (due to me still being a minor), but since he did not really want anything to do with it (he was just doing me a favour by implementing his ID so I could purchase the bitcoins), I took the "Selfie" which the machine required upon registration and I linked my phone number for the OTP verifications. I have been using said ATM machine for some time without fail, but yesterday, after having put all my cash in the machine, instead of the classic "Operation Succeded", I recieved a red screen saying "Operation failed, please contact [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]) for support or a refund".
After having contacted support, they said I would need to come to the ATM and show them physical proof of the identification I used to create my account, but the problem is, it's not mine and if this wasn't enough already, my friend whose details were used lost his ID clubbing three days ago.
Are my 300 euros lost forever? Is there a way to get them back? Me and this friend of mine live in two different regions in Italy, so having him travel 4 hours by car just to show his face isn't really a viable option.
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I have recently translated Local.Bitcoin.com to polish. Polish translation is the only one complete in 100% ATM. I have also created a crowdsourcing campaign to fix all my mistakes and paid BCH for every mistake made.

I have recently translated Local.Bitcoin.com to Polish in the most complete way possible - meaning all texts/labels that were available to translate were translated.
I am proud to say that polish translation is the most complete one (I have an insider view into the translation system, so I know).
I have also run a crowdsourcing campaign on polish Bitcoin forums to fix all my grammar mistakes and paid polish community BCH for found problems - in total about 1.5 BCH spent.
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Simplex VS xxxx

Is there some other service besides simplex to buy crypto directly?
Simplex at the moment charges 13% for the exchange, which is just ludachris. (8800€ vs current BTC 7769€)
My local Bitcoin ATM only wants 4.99% and they are anonymous.
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Buy bitcoin anonymously online?

How would I go about buying bitcoin somewhat anonymously online? My local bitcoin ATM is broken and I have no idea when it will be back running. I'm not doing anything illegal but just looking for some privacy while purchasing to pay for some services with it.
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What is the fastest way to buy bitcoin with US dollars?

While the price was hovering around $14,000/BTC Today I took a drive over to my local bitcoin atm, apparently it used to be operated by coinlinx but now its newagebitcoin.com
Anyway, coinbase is slow and all fucked up because of the traffic and their verification isn't working. And the bitcoin ATM was like $35 fee (mining/transaction) + 12% + the price was in the $16500 range while BTC was trading at $14000.
What are my other options?
I'm in NJ, USA and I was using coinatmradar.com to find this location. I have used it before but I don't remember them being so off compared to market prices.
I don't mind using an online wallet since I will be quickly transferring to a paper wallet. If there is a better place to find physical bitcoin buy/sell facilities I would like to know where they are.
Thanks in advance.
EDIT: apparently Coinlinx is Newabitcoin.com - same thing.
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My local grocery has a bitcoin ATM 🏧.

My local grocery has a bitcoin ATM 🏧. submitted by Trolestia1337 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Spending bitcoin from atm

I was thinking of buying stuff online with bitcoin. Instead of using a wallet I was just going to go to my local bitcoin atm and put in enough dollars and send straight to retailers address. Has anyone here ever done this before? Aside from high purchase rate of bitcoin at an atm any downside to this?
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