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November 08, 2014, 07:15:28 PM
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Robocoin Policy Change Ignites Fears Over Centralisation

A vocal minority of operators are taking a stand against major bitcoin ATM manufacturer Robocoin over its decision to cut ties with any business partners that refuse to upgrade to its new proprietary wallet platform.

At press time, at least eight operators have confirmed to CoinDesk that their Robocoin bitcoin ATM units had gone offline over the issue. Robocoin has some 45 machines in operation globally, according to the CoinDesk Bitcoin ATM Map.

http://www.coindesk.com/robocoin-operators-bitcoin-centralisation/

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I've been wary about Robocoin after actually seeing how their machine worked. I go with a Lamassu and continue to use a traditional bank if I really need a cash ATM.
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