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Author Topic: [Ver 2.0] R14x: Intl. Robocoin GB ATM Launch in EU, N America, Feb '14. PMs only  (Read 31006 times)
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November 04, 2013, 08:53:09 AM
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The summer Olympics are in 2016, the Winter Olympics in Russia is in 2014.

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November 04, 2013, 09:22:17 AM
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The summer Olympics are in 2016, the Winter Olympics in Russia is in 2014.

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November 04, 2013, 09:39:45 AM
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Would love to see one in Amsterdam.

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November 04, 2013, 10:39:15 AM
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How about Singapore? There are growing number of people that uses Bitcoins in Singapore. Bitcoin is even in the news last night. If theres a Bitcoin in Singapore, it would certainly help some people. Singapore also have a great number of tourist from all around the world.

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November 04, 2013, 10:42:39 AM
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The summer Olympics are in 2016, the Winter Olympics in Russia is in 2014.

Great catch! Fixing OP.

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In 2014 the FIFA world cup is taking place in Brazil and Rio is one of the host cities (obviously). Group stages and finals will be played in Rio. So regarding tourists and media attention Rio will get its fair share already in '14.
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November 04, 2013, 10:48:19 AM
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bought 1 share ~10 hours ago, but haven´t received a confirmation mail yet

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Round 14A: Düsseldorf, Berlin, Germany (SOLD OUT in 6 hours, a GB Forum record by ~100%)

I like both of those options, I´m actually close to Düsseldorf and could check it out personally. Smiley
But to be honest, I think Berlin is even better a location, lots of tourists/international traffic... maybe in Kreuzberg?
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November 04, 2013, 11:35:48 AM
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How about Singapore? There are growing number of people that uses Bitcoins in Singapore. Bitcoin is even in the news last night. If theres a Bitcoin in Singapore, it would certainly help some people. Singapore also have a great number of tourist from all around the world.


I liked Singapore when I visited it  back in 1980 as a USN Sailor.  It has an added attraction it is a low crime city.  No Idea if it is BTC friendly.

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November 04, 2013, 11:39:23 AM
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Can we do  more in Germany, from what I have heard in the press/news it seems like there is a large bitcoin constituency there.

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November 04, 2013, 11:44:35 AM
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How about Singapore? There are growing number of people that uses Bitcoins in Singapore. Bitcoin is even in the news last night. If theres a Bitcoin in Singapore, it would certainly help some people. Singapore also have a great number of tourist from all around the world.


I liked Singapore when I visited it  back in 1980 as a USN Sailor.  It has an added attraction it is a low crime city.  No Idea if it is BTC friendly.
Theres are a few merchants which are starting to accept bitcoins in Singapore. The number will probably grow as Singapore is known for being tech-savvy.

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November 04, 2013, 12:37:03 PM
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Hi! If I buy a share, how long will I have commissions? Till machine's life?

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November 04, 2013, 12:50:42 PM
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Regarding Germany: Are you planning to put up an ATM in Düsseldorf, in Berlin, or in both cities?

How did you decide for Düsseldorf? That might be a rather poor choice. Berlin or Munich would make the most sense both economically and marketingwise.

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November 04, 2013, 12:58:41 PM
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Good idea to place the first ATM in berlin, I was going to suggest that. Berlin has been in the news a lot regarding bitcoin thanks to the bitcoin-friendly neighbourhood.

Might I also suggest placing an ATM in Brussels, Belgium. The goverment here is very much of the wait-and-see sort, I don't know if that's a good thing per se. But that means the ATM won't run into any regulation problems in its first few months. Also Brussels is somewhat the capitol of the EU and the centre of many international organisations like the EU and NATO. Read a wiki. Also placing an ATM in Brussels will guarantee a few regular customers, wink wink.


Edit: Does anyone know if Robocoin or any third party will be publishing and maintaining a list of locations of all the ATMs? If people can see locations of ATMs they will be more aware of BTC in their enviroment. It might also draw extra tourists to the ATM for exchanging currencies.
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November 04, 2013, 01:02:03 PM
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Just for the record I bought one share from http://www.dzminercoop.com/

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November 04, 2013, 01:47:36 PM
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please add Malaysia to the list. I'll be glad to work out details with your team.

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November 04, 2013, 01:48:32 PM
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Round 14G: Tokyo, Japan


Just curious, do you have a location in Tokyo already chosen? Or at least which of the 23 wards it will be installed in?

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November 04, 2013, 01:51:16 PM
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Round 14A: Düsseldorf, Berlin, Germany (SOLD OUT in 6 hours, a GB Forum record by ~100%)
Hi, I bought some shares when ATM was still going to be in USA. Are my orders in limbo or just moved for ATM Germany? Also, how long do I have to pay if I sent the micro payment to confirm my order? I run to some problems buying BTC. Orders the little payments are paid for: #447 and #448.

I also took places #433 and #422, which I am probably not gonna take. Can I auction these or are you just going to resell them?

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Hi! If I buy a share, how long will I have commissions? Till machine's life?
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November 04, 2013, 02:38:04 PM
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What will be the major differences between R14A and R14B orders? Besides the chosen locations?
Also how likely are you to pool ATM rather than keep them separate?
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November 04, 2013, 02:39:13 PM
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It looks like the ATM has 3% fees. What goes to Robocoin and what goes to the ATM owner?
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November 04, 2013, 02:42:32 PM
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I am in for 4 shares in R14B.

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Both Berlin and Amsterdam seem to be perfect locations.

(and there I was, reading this thread when it was less than a page long and thinking 'nah, let's give it a nights rest to think'. Things are moving very fast. But I got a 'golden' order number instead Wink )

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November 04, 2013, 02:44:35 PM
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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

Only problem I have with Round 14F (Shanghai) is that the Chinese government is friendly to Bitcoin because they see it as a potential competitor to the USD. If people in China start using BTC to get around government imposed currency controls, the government is going to shut that thing down real quick. Why not either move it to Hong Kong, or at least have a separate machine in Hong Kong? I still think that putting an ATM in Rio for the World Cup would be better than putting it in Brasilia, although depending on how long it takes for the government down there to approve the ATM, it might make more sense to put it in Brasilia. Also, I agree with others who have mentioned Singapore as a potential place for a machine, like Hong Kong they are financially friendly and free, so it would be a good place to expand to.

Edit: Let's say we bought shares in the ATM's and decided to use one to either buy BTC or exchange BTC for cash. Could we get a discount on the fees?  Wink

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