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Author Topic: [Ver 2.0] R14x: Intl. Robocoin GB ATM Launch in EU, N America, Feb '14. PMs only  (Read 30995 times)
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November 04, 2013, 02:49:55 AM
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Order #459, bought 5 shares. Fyi

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November 04, 2013, 03:03:33 AM
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Why are my questions not being answered?

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November 04, 2013, 03:10:00 AM
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Well they did say that Team USA bought the most shares in round 14 so that question is answered, I don't think they have a prospectus but they provide a bunch of info in the OP and links to the robocoin website that provide further info.
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November 04, 2013, 03:15:58 AM
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I'm sure more questions will be answered when everybody has time to type things out/they get add'l info from Robocoin. I am curious to see what European/South American cities would be good for this (my guess is perhaps Heathrow for Europe and Rio for South America).

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November 04, 2013, 03:19:12 AM
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Usually we like to take the payout address in the order notes right before you go to check out

Oops, wish I'd noticed that before checking out. At least you've got methods in place for handling mistakes like mine.

In for two shares, Order #464 tx id: a5229a1a5c9e9a8cb1dd0dd13133cc21efe3e98a6044d8408d820083e2ca59bc

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November 04, 2013, 03:21:40 AM
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Can people from the US participate?

Heading to dinner in a bit, working behind the scenes all day. US residents can *definitely* participate.

I live in Hawaii, Thomas is in NY, -Redacted- is in Minnesota, bosag3 is in Missouri, and our contracts expert/business consultant/oil VP is based in Texas and works on oil and gas contracts for a living. Payments sent via BTC will have taxes paid for as part of the costs of business and have business service fees while doing business in a legal manner.

The recipient of BTC payouts will be expected to pay relevant taxes on BTC earned from their participation in this GB Round. We want to support lawful tax payments, and contributions to our society and the infrastructure we all rely upon every day.

I admit to moving before we were ready as there was a East Coast site I was keen on securing, that I've been dissuaded by our business consultant to launch (not quite yet) at this particular region.

Working on the prospectus, sorry, I'm awful. I promise to have a bare executive summary up tonight.

BTW, the CEO of Robocoin loves this GB and loves the primary location we suggested for the EU. I'm meeting him via skype in a few minutes with the team (or parts of it).
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November 04, 2013, 03:51:28 AM
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Shaking my head....
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November 04, 2013, 04:18:07 AM
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This sounds like it'll be a legal nightmare, but that aside the FAQ still says that bobsag3 can take Chase quick pay but he's told me that they banned his account from accepting any more payments? 

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November 04, 2013, 04:18:44 AM
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This sounds like it'll be a legal nightmare, but that aside the FAQ still says that bobsag3 can take Chase quick pay but he's told me that they banned his account from accepting any more payments? 
Yeah I asked DZ to move that, guess he forgot.
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November 04, 2013, 04:42:55 AM
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How worried are you that some bureaucrat is going to decide that you are selling securities?
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November 04, 2013, 04:45:52 AM
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How worried are you that some bureaucrat is going to decide that you are selling securities?
We will have an update on this in the next 24 hours. Which will define what we are raising funds for as not a security. What the company will be doing is just like what coinbase is doing online but in a physical location and not in the USA at the moment.

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Highest purchase 100/200
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November 04, 2013, 04:50:19 AM
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We will have an update on this in the next 24 hours. Which will define what we are raising funds for as not a security. What the company will be doing is just like what coinbase is doing online but in a physical location and not in the USA at the moment.

Stats Update.

Highest purchase 100/200

The problematic part is not the selling of bitcoin at a physical location. It is going to be the paying out your investors part.
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November 04, 2013, 04:54:51 AM
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We will have an update on this in the next 24 hours. Which will define what we are raising funds for as not a security. What the company will be doing is just like what coinbase is doing online but in a physical location and not in the USA at the moment.

Stats Update.

Highest purchase 100/200

The problematic part is not the selling of bitcoin at a physical location. It is going to be the paying out your investors part.
Yes and this is going to be addressed in the next 24 hours when we finalize it.
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November 04, 2013, 05:30:28 AM
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Once you get CC or Paypal working I will be in. I am a n00b and dont have any bitcoins yet.

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November 04, 2013, 06:14:14 AM
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PP is currently very BTC unfriendly (no thanks to some bug still being a worm) but as a fully incorporated Corporation, we will have the usual ecommerce options available for our business operations.

BTW, I guess I should add that as of today, I am the CEO of this X (To be named later when PPW is back) LLC. We've filed incorporation papers in Nevada but will likely move registration to an international location shortly (while still paying full US taxes).

I had no idea 3 months ago that I'd be a CEO of a mover and shaker in the Bitcoin economy and Miner industry. I'm also going to be working 2 weekdays, the entire day/night, for our new corporation starting this week.
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November 04, 2013, 06:28:08 AM
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Correction from Jordan, CEO of Robocoin:  

"the first ATM that launched in a city of 600K residents, appears to have made annual project ROI goal of 9 months, in only 2 days!"
[6:47:27 PM] Jordan Kelley: - that statement is incorrect
[6:47:42 PM] Jordan Kelley: we've done >50K in transactions
[6:47:45 PM] Jordan Kelley: not in revenue"


Updating OP to reflect information.

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Also as to whether ROI has been met or not for the first BTC ATM, per Jordan: "We still don't have enough data to present accurate pro forma revenue assumptions"

Here's the latest update on target markets for our new corporation's pro activities for launching Bitcoin ATMs. This list is subject to change but is most likely 99% set.

Round 14A: Düsseldorf, Berlin, Germany (SOLD OUT in 6 hours, a GB Forum record by ~100%)
Round 14B: Amsterdam, Netherlands (OPEN)
Round 14C: Mexico City, Mexico
Round 14D: Brasília, Brazil [Home of Summer Olympics 2014]
Round 14E: Caracas, Venezuela
Round 14F: Shanghai, China
Round 14G: Tokyo, Japan
Round 15H: London, UK
Round 14I: Sydney, Australia
Round 14J: Stockholm, Sweden
Round 14K: Johanessburg, SA

Please give us your suggestions and preferences as to where YOU would like our next ATMs to be placed. We're a democratic miners cooperative and for purposes of general direction, we'll yield to public forum sentiment (and accommodating business laws in various countries).
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November 04, 2013, 08:01:50 AM
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Bought 4 Order #485 TX id: 06ba32b581c3832e23f106d4af61a057902a13e8791eafc73dbc3fca9ad87131
I guess this goes for R14B ?
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November 04, 2013, 08:09:00 AM
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Bought 4 Order #485 TX id: 06ba32b581c3832e23f106d4af61a057902a13e8791eafc73dbc3fca9ad87131
I guess this goes for R14B ?

That's correct. Why do I get the feeling that my fellow Redditors will love this particular ATM and GB.  Cheesy  Cheesy

BTW: to you and to everyone else that are new to our operations - thank you and welcome aboard!

Cheers!
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November 04, 2013, 08:19:48 AM
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how did you think of chinese market..
maybe someday chinese people needs this great ATM

Thank you for the feedback!

Here's the latest update on target markets for our new corporation's pro activities for launching Bitcoin ATMs. This list is subject to change but is most likely 99% set.

Round 14A: Düsseldorf, Berlin, Germany (SOLD OUT in 6 hours, a GB Forum record by ~100%)
Round 14B: Amsterdam, Netherlands (OPEN)
Round 14C: Mexico City, Mexico
Round 14D: Brasília, Brazil [Home of Summer Olympics 2014 2016]
Round 14E: Caracas, Venezuela
Round 14F: Shanghai, China
Round 14G: Tokyo, Japan
Round 15H: London, UK
Round 14I: Sydney, Australia
Round 14J: Stockholm, Sweden
Round 14K: Johanessburg, SA

Please give us your suggestions for Bitcoin friendly countries for our ATMs! Your feedback really does count.

Better yet, why not host one and make some BTC? Grin
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November 04, 2013, 08:50:09 AM
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What about Prague, Czech Republic?

Lots of tourists from Russia, Germany, England, USA, China....

Bitcoin is quite popular here and Slush, inventor of pooled mining and Trezor, is from CZ.

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