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March 29, 2018, 01:54:34 AM
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I am looking for an opensource Bitcoin ATM. Until now I found this project:

https://catm.io/

But I cant find any opinions about it. Someone have used this ATM?

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March 30, 2018, 12:47:58 PM
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I am looking for an opensource Bitcoin ATM. Until now I found this project:

https://catm.io/

But I cant find any opinions about it. Someone have used this ATM?
There's lack of information for "catm" but someone mentioned it hasn't been updated for a while (IIRC it was on YouTube).
- Based on this thread (translated version - don't log in using that link), "QuentinA" wanted to build one using it (so perhaps try to contact him).

Apart from that, there's "LAMASSU" (due to mixed reviews, I won't vouch for it).
There might be few more (open source BTM's) on "Bitcoin ATM Manufacturers".

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April 02, 2018, 06:43:19 AM
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I am looking for an opensource Bitcoin ATM. Until now I found this project:

https://catm.io/

But I cant find any opinions about it. Someone have used this ATM?

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ATM is something that dispenses money. In most countries there are shitton regulations applied to money operation (including hardware certification rules et cetera). I doubt you will find anything that is open-sourced in that field.
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May 29, 2018, 04:11:54 PM
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I am looking for an opensource Bitcoin ATM. Until now I found this project:

https://catm.io/

But I cant find any opinions about it. Someone have used this ATM?
There's lack of information for "catm" but someone mentioned it hasn't been updated for a while (IIRC it was on YouTube).
- Based on this thread (translated version - don't log in using that link), "QuentinA" wanted to build one using it (so perhaps try to contact him).

Apart from that, there's "LAMASSU" (due to mixed reviews, I won't vouch for it).
There might be few more (open source BTM's) on "Bitcoin ATM Manufacturers".

Thanks for the info man. I will try to reach him and will post here what I find out.
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