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BCB ATM, now the UK’s largest provider of Bitcoin ATMs, is bringing digital
currencies to the local high street, making Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies
accessible to people of all backgrounds.

We plan to take advantage of the phenomenal growth of digital currency by
installing and operating over 3,000 machines across the UK and Europe, as
well as develop the most secure multi-currency, multi-crypto mobile app,
using its own proprietary blockchain technology, so that by 2023 all financial
activities can be done even more securely, instantly and on the move.

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In April of 2017
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Installed Daily

Additionally, our blockchain will be self-policing, constantly updating, with a
database that is incorruptible and uniquely transparent. And, with our ATMs
people will be able to undertake transactions, across borders within seconds
and without third-party interference.

Investing in BCB ATM now offers the chance to share in this dramatic development.





Currently most cryptocurrencies are either used for speculations or for a specific putpose.
Bitcoin was created as a new payment system to overcome the inherent problems in the
current baking system, but its use is limited. Additionally, transaction costs can be high
and the speed of transaction slow. Our solution offers a new payment process based on a
new blockchain DPOS (delegated proof of stake called Ascend Blockchain.)





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BCB Arbitrage will allow users put their cryptos for sale
at Specific ATMs worldwide.


Based on auto-script we will implement SS (Smart-Sell) technology that allow users sell their
cryptos for the best price for fiat currency. By opening bank accounts around the world and
utilising an e-money license users can sell bitcoin in foreign country and then receive payment
in the local FIAT currency to their bank account within a few hours.

As more countries come online the more opportunity will exist for users to buy and sell crypto
and make arbitrage.

Users will also receive part of the TX fee of the ATM by
providing the bitcoin which will be for sale on the network of ATM’s.

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The Treasurer is a very high secure vault that stores all cryptos on the server. The Treasurer
interacts only with Ascend Blockchain via a private protocol, which is written only for the
Treasurer. Every master node will have encrypted part of the Treasurer backup. Thanks to the
Storj system should the Treasurer go offline or, in the unlikely event, killed – every master
node will combine parts of Treasurer and run a new server again. This tech will be driven by Elixir.

       If the server go down or is killed —
self-rebuilding via encrypted backups
      that split up on master nodes
                                            



                 Self-sealing system,
                          so no one has accesses
                                  to this server

                                                      
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No one can withdraw or deposit
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               of Ascend blockchain
                                                


                  Only working
         with Ascend blockchain
via private protocol

                              
VARIATIONS OF TREASURE PRIVATE KEYS (BASED ON THE V-CUBE 6)


VARIATIONS OF BITCOIN PRIVATE KEYS





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BCB ATM is taking the Fin Tech Niche to another level with
its revolutionary new concepts of traditional Bitcoin ATM.


BCB Glass i will provide a thorough understanding of the current performance of BCB ATMs
which asist in the evaluation of any proposal of change as well as decision-making based on
advance analytics. These capabilities give executives strategic advantage when responding to
and managing self-service networks.


The powerful tools in the BCB Glass i platform will allow business
owners to seamlessly create reports and provide ruch customer
experience.






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I think this idea is outdated. Even banks are already reducing their ATM networks, transferring users to use mobile devices and contactless payments. Use smart watches, fitness bracelets, glasses and other devices. Even the issue of Bank cards is declining...
In which countries do you plan to establish your ATM network in the first place?
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I think this idea is outdated. Even banks are already reducing their ATM networks, transferring users to use mobile devices and contactless payments. Use smart watches, fitness bracelets, glasses and other devices. Even the issue of Bank cards is declining...
In which countries do you plan to establish your ATM network in the first place?


BCB ATM is the UK’s fastest growing operator of Bitcoin ATM. We now have 32 locations within the UK expanding in cities such as Leicester, Birmingham, Coventry and Essex. For more info, kindly visit https://bcb-atm.com/about-us/
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Is your project a type of ATM system that minning out crypto? I see the idea interesting. But I do not understand how its performance will look like?
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Is your project a type of ATM system that minning out crypto? I see the idea interesting. But I do not understand how its performance will look like?
Hello. Yes it is. Ascend blockchain will be mainable and use DPOS. After BCB Ascend blockchain will be run - we will do swap ERC20 tokens for Ascend BCB tokens (like EOS). More details in whitepaper - https://tge.bcb-atm.com/whitepaper.pdf from page 21
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November 07, 2018, 02:44:08 PM
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Would you a trust a CEO with such a reputation?:  https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/bitcoin-machine-boss-landry-ntahe-was-linked-to-torturers-brcnrb9nv

"The head of a British company that operates bitcoin cash machines, which police say can be used to launder money, was in a gang jailed for torturing robbery victims."
"Landry Ntahe was in a gang that tried to rip out a man’s teeth with pliers"

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No one has yet seen how Bitcoin will actually look like in paper form, and you already have specialized ATMs ready?

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Would you a trust a CEO with such a reputation?:  https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/bitcoin-machine-boss-landry-ntahe-was-linked-to-torturers-brcnrb9nv

"The head of a British company that operates bitcoin cash machines, which police say can be used to launder money, was in a gang jailed for torturing robbery victims."
"Landry Ntahe was in a gang that tried to rip out a man’s teeth with pliers"


The article referred to is factually incorrect and misleading, however, Landry did find himself caught up in the middle of a robbery, which is not mentioned in the article.

The title reads "Bitcoin boss WAS LINKED to torturers". Landry was arrested but found Not Guilty for the particular crimes mentioned in the article. He served 2 and a half years for crimes unrelated to those mentioned. Prior to this, Landry had spent his teenage years studying at Kaplan business school for his ATT and in 2008 began his accounting degree at London Metropolitan University with an ambition to become a fully licenced ACCA accountant.

Landry was interviewed by the Daily Mail for this article and gave the facts of the case proceedings that they chose to omit, instead of misquoting for sound bites.

Landry has since turned his experience into a positive, using his time to study and on his early release for good behaviour, Landry began apprentice work coaching children in football and other skills as well as other volunteer jobs working with young people.

His experience motivated Landry to make a success of his life and he founded BCB-ATM in 2015.

Since then the business has grown dramatically and is now the UK’s largest operator of Bitcoin ATMs in the UK by working to high levels of ethics and compliance. BCB-ATM is regularly in conversations with the Police to ensure BCB-ATM’s are not used for nefarious purposes.

BCB ATM is a well-respected and trusted operation which now has high ambitions to expand the business and bring digital currencies to the high street, making it accessible for people of all backgrounds.
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No one has yet seen how Bitcoin will actually look like in paper form, and you already have specialized ATMs ready?

Yes we have live Crypto ATMs since 2015 please see links below

BCB ATM NEWS
 
The Telegraph
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/business-club/technology/bitcoin-atm/
 
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-coventry-warwickshire-42838922
https://www.leicestermercury.co.uk/news/business/you-can-now-use-bitcoin-956218
http://bitcoinist.com/uk-bitcoin-startup-grew-year-bcb-atm/
https://twitter.com/alexblakemore1/status/944107537850359809
https://www.betterretailing.com/bitcoin-atm
https://bitcoinist.com/student-job-market-startup-bitjob-connects-uk-atm-company/
https://twitter.com/bbc5live/status/940298647358468096
https://coinnewstelegraph.com/cryptocurrency-regulation-adoption-and-technology-discussed-at-coinfestuk/
https://bitnewstoday.com/market/bitcoin/investors-run-away-from-british-banks-to-malta/
https://www.ccn.com/birmingham-gets-first-bitcoin-atm/
https://www.derbytelegraph.co.uk/news/derby-news/new-bitcoin-machine-installed-alvaston-1620990
https://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/midlands-news/birmingham-gets-first-bitcoin-atm-13151607
 
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https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4FpJ7SsaR5TT5qckpGXt2A
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November 08, 2018, 11:45:46 AM
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in this video BCB ATM looks very impressive.


We now have 32 locations within the UK expanding in cities such as Leicester, Birmingham, Coventry and Essex.
what is the response or opinion of the surrounding community about the presence of BCB ATM? are they very enthusiastic and crypto transactions using BCB ATM are increasing?
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in this video BCB ATM looks very impressive, what is the response or opinion of the surrounding community about the presence of BCB ATM? are they very enthusiastic and crypto transactions using BCB ATM are increasing?


BCB ATM is fully operational and the largest operators in the UK. We plan to expand across Europe in 2019. We are in the pre-sale stage. Find out more here https://tge.bcb-atm.com/
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I will learn more about this project. I watch your video, I find it quite possible. I hope it will grow

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Inspirational story about your ceo in the telegraph article, teenager from zero to become atm owner. Anyway your company already in big newspaper but why your ico so long? According of your roadmap more than half year.
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Would you a trust a CEO with such a reputation?:  https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/bitcoin-machine-boss-landry-ntahe-was-linked-to-torturers-brcnrb9nv

"The head of a British company that operates bitcoin cash machines, which police say can be used to launder money, was in a gang jailed for torturing robbery victims."
"Landry Ntahe was in a gang that tried to rip out a man’s teeth with pliers"
http://icoethics.com/imgs/other/ceo.JPG

The article referred to is factually incorrect and misleading, however, Landry did find himself caught up in the middle of a robbery, which is not mentioned in the article.

The title reads "Bitcoin boss WAS LINKED to torturers". Landry was arrested but found Not Guilty for the particular crimes mentioned in the article. He served 2 and a half years for crimes unrelated to those mentioned. Prior to this, Landry had spent his teenage years studying at Kaplan business school for his ATT and in 2008 began his accounting degree at London Metropolitan University with an ambition to become a fully licenced ACCA accountant.

Landry was interviewed by the Daily Mail for this article and gave the facts of the case proceedings that they chose to omit, instead of misquoting for sound bites.

Landry has since turned his experience into a positive, using his time to study and on his early release for good behaviour, Landry began apprentice work coaching children in football and other skills as well as other volunteer jobs working with young people.

His experience motivated Landry to make a success of his life and he founded BCB-ATM in 2015.

Since then the business has grown dramatically and is now the UK’s largest operator of Bitcoin ATMs in the UK by working to high levels of ethics and compliance. BCB-ATM is regularly in conversations with the Police to ensure BCB-ATM’s are not used for nefarious purposes.

BCB ATM is a well-respected and trusted operation which now has high ambitions to expand the business and bring digital currencies to the high street, making it accessible for people of all backgrounds.


Would you a trust a CEO with such a reputation?:  https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/bitcoin-machine-boss-landry-ntahe-was-linked-to-torturers-brcnrb9nv

"The head of a British company that operates bitcoin cash machines, which police say can be used to launder money, was in a gang jailed for torturing robbery victims."
"Landry Ntahe was in a gang that tried to rip out a man’s teeth with pliers"
http://icoethics.com/imgs/other/ceo.JPG

The article referred to is factually incorrect and misleading, however, Landry did find himself caught up in the middle of a robbery, which is not mentioned in the article.

The title reads "Bitcoin boss WAS LINKED to torturers". Landry was arrested but found Not Guilty for the particular crimes mentioned in the article. He served 2 and a half years for crimes unrelated to those mentioned. Prior to this, Landry had spent his teenage years studying at Kaplan business school for his ATT and in 2008 began his accounting degree at London Metropolitan University with an ambition to become a fully licenced ACCA accountant.

Landry was interviewed by the Daily Mail for this article and gave the facts of the case proceedings that they chose to omit, instead of misquoting for sound bites.

Landry has since turned his experience into a positive, using his time to study and on his early release for good behaviour, Landry began apprentice work coaching children in football and other skills as well as other volunteer jobs working with young people.

His experience motivated Landry to make a success of his life and he founded BCB-ATM in 2015.

Since then the business has grown dramatically and is now the UK’s largest operator of Bitcoin ATMs in the UK by working to high levels of ethics and compliance. BCB-ATM is regularly in conversations with the Police to ensure BCB-ATM’s are not used for nefarious purposes.

BCB ATM is a well-respected and trusted operation which now has high ambitions to expand the business and bring digital currencies to the high street, making it accessible for people of all backgrounds.



Greetings, I was drawn to this from a recommendation of an old friend so I have done some preliminary research. Usually on ICO's there is chat on the site or better contact information to ask questions which is more convenient than signing up to forums such as this but never the less after googling I am here now.  I presume The CEO is taking the newspaper to court? Getting linked to criminal gangs who torture people really is not good if they lied about that there should surely be a huge court case.

With regards to the project I have questions and they may seam sceptical but I do expect good replies please so we can further evaluate our stance on the project:

1. How can 1 blockchain process transactions of coins faster than their native chain? (I think you cant.). You can have 1 million tx per second but without bitcoin keeping up what is the point?
2. Why is having 1 private key in control of all your crypto safer (it isnt especially on mobile phones)?
3. Selling my Bitcoin at specific ATM's and making Arbitrage? Where exactly does the Arbitrage happen?
4. Is this the same guy who did an ICO for Ethbits? Dmitry Sergeev https://icoindex.com/profile/ethbits-etb? I quickly checked Ethbits it is an exact copy of iq options and it is not even finished. Is there any other way to analyse this developer?
5. What exactly is the point of this ICO? It seams it is just raising money to expand the number of Bitcoin ATM's and make the company even more money. How will the ICO participants benefit from any of this?
6. Will there be a chance to meet the team?

I will check back in a few days for the answers. Thanks in advance.
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Greetings, I was drawn to this from a recommendation of an old friend so I have done some preliminary research. Usually on ICO's there is chat on the site or better contact information to ask questions which is more convenient than signing up to forums such as this but never the less after googling I am here now.
Its pretty obvious now we are not your contemporary ICO project, we do not have a chat function on the ICO landing page as we did not want spread ourselves thin across too many platforms. You join our telegram group and share any thoughts or concerns amongst other inquisitive minds. Further more we have a contact us form on our home site bob-atm.com, here you can also find a contact number to customer service team.

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I presume The CEO is taking the newspaper to court? Getting linked to criminal gangs who torture people really is not good if they lied about that there should surely be a huge court case.
The headlines is correct I was “Linked” to this crime. However I was not convicted for the crime. I served 2 and half years in prison for a different crime but that story is not as juicy as this hence why it was not mentioned. The reports use clever language to mislead the reader to thinking I was involved. But in fact articles which have not been archived describe a more accurate account of the case. I have tried to dig up the archived articles with no avail - I welcome anyone with better journalism skills share these articles if they can.

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1. How can 1 blockchain process transactions of coins faster than their native chain? (I think you cant.). You can have 1 million tx per second but without bitcoin keeping up what is the point?
Look at EOS and Stellar. These blockchains are much faster than Ethereum or Bitcoin. We will use DPOS consensus. It is much faster than bitcoin or other POW systems. We will use Combine of it. One of the best example of combine consesus it is GOLOS project. Did you read our whitepaper? We have technical part of it where we described it in technical and more simple words about Treasurer and Ascend.

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2. Why is having 1 private key in control of all your crypto safer (it isnt especially on mobile phones)?
This simplifies and makes it for comfortable for users. Use one key instead of the headache many of it.

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3. Selling my Bitcoin at specific ATM's and making Arbitrage? Where exactly does the Arbitrage happen?
Arbitrage allows you sell your crypto via ATM in many different countries and get profit from differences of currencies rates.

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4. Is this the same guy who did an ICO for Ethbits? Dmitry Sergeev https://icoindex.com/profile/ethbits-etb? I quickly checked Ethbits it is an exact copy of iq options and it is not even finished. Is there any other way to analyse this developer?
Dmitry is the CTO and technical advisor of Ethbits. If you have any questions about Ethbits project ask it in telegram group - this is BCB ATM project.

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5. What exactly is the point of this ICO? It seams it is just raising money to expand the number of Bitcoin ATM's and make the company even more money. How will the ICO participants benefit from any of this?
Very good question, since the birth of BCB ATM we strive to bring back a sense physical community. As more and more services move to online platforms we are slowly losing the face to face interactive community. Hence our slogan “Bringing online currency to the local high street”. Not major high street but local. We place our machines in local communities. Giving the local store owners an oppotunity to play a major roll in the adoption of crypto for the masses.

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6. Will there be a chance to meet the team?
Yes - today. Come down have a drink, some food and find out more out the project. Our BLOCKCHAIN Meet Up is this Wednesday the 21st of November in Central London please register HERE: https://bit.ly/2CTd1Xi We have limited spaces available! Looking forward to seeing you all there!
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December 05, 2018, 01:38:10 PM
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A new digital ATM offered by BCB ATM was shown off during CoinGeek Week, as well. While a cryptoATM isn’t exactly news, the fact that the company’s new ATM offers 0-confirmation transactions certainly is something worth a great deal of attention.

Read it here: https://coingeek.com/new-exciting-bitcoin-sv-projects-announced-coingeek-week/
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why is there not much allocation for bounty? even though you have a project that is quite interesting in concept, I hope there will be many participants who help promote your project so that your target can be achieved.
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why is there not much allocation for bounty? even though you have a project that is quite interesting in concept, I hope there will be many participants who help promote your project so that your target can be achieved.

We have already increased allocation from 0.55M BCB tokens to 1.1M BCB tokens(~$330,000). Bounty is live now and you can participate from BountySuite(https://bountysuite.com/bounty-programs/bcb-atm.html)
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