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Instacoin hits the 60 Bitcoin ATM mark in Canada with 6 new locations in Ontario • r/Bitcoin

Instacoin hits the 60 Bitcoin ATM mark in Canada with 6 new locations in Ontario • Bitcoin submitted by instacoin to BitcoinCA [link] [comments]

Instacoin hits the 60 Bitcoin ATM mark in Canada with 6 new locations in Ontario • r/Bitcoin

Instacoin hits the 60 Bitcoin ATM mark in Canada with 6 new locations in Ontario • Bitcoin submitted by instacoin to btc [link] [comments]

Instacoin hits the 60 Bitcoin ATM mark in Canada with 6 new locations in Ontario

Instacoin ATM is proud to announce we've reached 60 Bitcoin machines in Canada with 6 new locations in Ontario, including the first Bitcoin ATMs in Kingston and Port Hope.
For more information, visit our locations page.
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Instacoin hits the 60 Bitcoin ATM mark in Canada with 6 new locations in Ontario /r/Bitcoin

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Instacoin hits the 60 Bitcoin ATM mark in Canada with 6 new locations in Ontario • r/Bitcoin

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Instacoin, the largest and most reliable Bitcoin ATM operator in Canada, adds a 15th location in Toronto, Ontario (1193 Bloor Street W.)

Instacoin, the largest and most reliable Bitcoin ATM operator in Canada, adds a 15th location in Toronto, Ontario (1193 Bloor Street W.) submitted by instacoin to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Instacoin, the largest Bitcoin ATM operator in Canada, adds a 17th location in Toronto, Ontario (599 Yonge St.)

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Instacoin, the largest Bitcoin ATM operator in Canada, adds a 17th location in Toronto, Ontario (599 Yonge St.)

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Instacoin, the largest and most reliable Bitcoin ATM operator in Canada, adds a 15th location in Toronto, Ontario (1193 Bloor Street W.)

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List of Physical Stores where you can Buy or Sell bitcoin

There are a number of foreign currency exchanges and other places where there's a "storefront"/branch and an actual teller or other staff where you can just walk up and do a bitcoin buy and/or sell. But I don't think there's ever been a list of them compiled. Lots of location discoveries get shared on social media, like this one, bu there is just no comprehensive list anywhere. So that's what I'ld like to do here. If you know of a location please comment with the name or some details.
Physical stores and Trading Spaces
Europe, Middle East, and Africa:
North America:
Asia-Pacific:
Vouchers (retail)
Gift Cards
Vending
Hardware wallet sales locations (Note: It's always more secure to buy direct from the manufacturer)
There are also over-the counter (OTC) traders, who may or may not have a fixed location, but are not considered to be "physical stores":
Please share your additions, corrections, or comments.
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Tired of seeing Canadians get ripped off by Virtex (cavirtex.com) - (x-post from /r/bitcoinca)

Virtex (cavirtex.com) is Canada's largest bitcoin exchange. Why? Easy. They were the first here. We live in a country that offers literally the MOST in terms of bitcoin services and ATMs.
What has happened as a result? 1. If you bought and sold bitcoins, you pay 3% (used to be 6%) in fees. 2. Verification take longer than a month to complete. 3. Their customer service line explicitly tells you NOT to call about verification (so why ask for our personal info?) - In fact, nobody is there to answer the calls. 4. Tickets take forever to answer.
We're paying high fees, and receiving shit service from Joseph David, and his team of "professional" staff. I know someone who's waited literally MONTHS for a debit card from these guys. Not to mention, they deducted $10 from her account without her knowing. She's furious.
So why do we still deal with Virtex? Because most of us don't know about other alternatives. There are other Canadian bitcoin exchanges which have easy verification and charge far less in transaction fees. If more canadians sign up and use it, the volumes go up, and finally, virtex will get more competition.
What are those exchanges?
  1. http://www.VaultOfSatoshi.com - Took me 24 hours to get verified with these guys. They're located in Brantford, Ontario. The owner of this exchange answers the customer calls personally, and if he doesn't answer, his employees are super kind. They fielded my call AFTER business hours, and when I apologized for taking his time up, he never gave me the feeling like I was a burden to him. Great service, low fees. THEY ALSO OFFER LITECOIN AND PEERCOIN!!!!! THIS IS HUGE!! Their volumes for litecoin is alright.. we need more people to use it.
I have deposited coins there, and withdrawn fiat. Took about 2 days (more like 1.5 days). These guys are great.
  1. http://www.CoinTrader.net - Another successful project from the British Columbian-based company Bitcoiniacs. They offer a full scale exchange with low transaction fees, and are already established as a brick-and-mortar store. This exchange is bitcoin only. Took me less than 24 hours to get verified with these guys.
The above are trusted bitcoin/litecoin/peercoin exchanges based in Canada. Who needs Virtex when these options are available? Fellow Canadians.... don't get sucked into the virtex monopoly. It's bad enough that all our media, telecom, and banking are owned by less than 10 companies.. let's not get sucked into yet another monopoly.
tl;dr: Virtex offers crappy service with high fees, walking around like they own bitcoin in Canada. The fact they have higher volume still boggles me when there are other perfectly viable options in Canada. Please help spread the word. We need to help these other exchanges get bigger making room for fair competition in Canada.
Thanks for your time.
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Instacoin Bitcoin ATMs now in Hamilton, Kitchener, + newly added locations for the GTA.

Instacoin has expanded into two new Ontario areas with 24/7 Bitcoin ATMs in Hamilton and Kitchener.
Hamiltonians can visit us at Big Bee Convenience:
270 King St W, Hamilton, ON L8P 1A9 (More info)
Folks in the KW will find our machine at Hasty Market:
11 Westwood Dr, Kitchener, ON N2M 2K5 (More info)
We've also added four new GTA machines:
For more info on GTA locations, please visit https://www.instacoinatm.com/bitcoin-toronto-en.html
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Tired of seeing Canadians get ripped off by Virtex (cavirtex.com) - Read & help raise exposure.

Virtex (cavirtex.com) is Canada's largest bitcoin exchange. Why? Easy. They were the first here. We live in a country that offers literally the MOST in terms of bitcoin services and ATMs.
What has happened as a result:
  1. If you bought and sold bitcoins, you pay 3% (used to be 6%) in fees.
  2. Verification take longer than a month to complete.
  3. Their customer service line explicitly tells you NOT to call about verification (so why ask for our personal info?) - In fact, nobody is there to answer the calls.
  4. Tickets take forever to answer.
We're paying high fees, and receiving shit service from Joseph David, and his team of "professional" staff. I know someone who's waited literally MONTHS for a debit card from these guys. Not to mention, they deducted $10 from her account without her knowing. She's furious.
So why do we still deal with Virtex? Because most of us don't know about other alternatives. There are other Canadian bitcoin exchanges which have easy verification and charge far less in transaction fees. If more canadians sign up and use it, the volumes go up, and finally, virtex will get more competition.
What are those exchanges?
  1. http://www.VaultOfSatoshi.com - Took me 24 hours to get verified with these guys. They're located in Brantford, Ontario. The owner of this exchange answers the customer calls personally, and if he doesn't answer, his employees are super kind. They fielded my call AFTER business hours, and when I apologized for taking his time up, he never gave me the feeling like I was a burden to him. Great service, low fees. THEY ALSO OFFER LITECOIN AND PEERCOIN!!!!! THIS IS HUGE!! Their volumes for litecoin is alright.. we need more people to use it.
I have deposited coins there, and withdrawn fiat. Took about 2 days (more like 1.5 days). These guys are great.
  1. http://www.CoinTrader.net - Another successful project from the British Columbian-based company Bitcoiniacs. They offer a full scale exchange with low transaction fees, and are already established as a brick-and-mortar store. This exchange is bitcoin only. Took me less than 24 hours to get verified with these guys.
The above are trusted bitcoin/litecoin/peercoin exchanges based in Canada. Who needs Virtex when these options are available? Fellow Canadians.... don't get sucked into the virtex monopoly. It's bad enough that all our media, telecom, and banking are owned by less than 10 companies.. let's not get sucked into yet another monopoly.
tl;dr: Virtex offers crappy service with high fees, walking around like they own bitcoin in Canada. The fact they have higher volume still boggles me when there are other perfectly viable options in Canada. Please help spread the word. We need to help these other exchanges get bigger making room for fair competition in Canada.
Thanks for your time.
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Instacoin Bitcoin ATMs now in Hamilton, Kitchener, + newly added locations for the GTA.

Instacoin has expanded into two new Ontario areas with 24/7 Bitcoin ATMs in Hamilton and Kitchener.
Hamiltonians can visit us at Big Bee Convenience:
270 King St W, Hamilton, ON L8P 1A9 (More info)
Folks in the KW will find our machine at Hasty Market:
11 Westwood Dr, Kitchener, ON N2M 2K5 (More info)
We've also added four new GTA machines:
For more info on GTA locations, please visit https://www.instacoinatm.com/bitcoin-toronto-en.html
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Instacoin, the largest Bitcoin ATM operator in Canada, adds two new locations in Toronto & Niagara Falls (29th & 30th machine)

Instacoin has launched two new Bitcoin ATMs in Ontario (Toronto & Niagara Falls). Here are the details of the two locations:
1)
Hasty Market 30 Eglinton Ave W #17, Mississauga, ON L5R 0C1 http://instacoinatm.com/bitcoin-toronto-hasty-market-en.html
2)
Falls Convenience 5613 Victoria Avenue, Niagara Falls, ON L2G 3L5 http://instacoinatm.com/bitcoin-niagara-falls-en.html
For info and prices at all our locations, please visit:
http://www.instacoinatm.com/index-en.html
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Probing for interest - Bitcoin ATM.

Dear Ottawa...ians,
Hi, I'm a local....from Merrickville Ontario. I am currently into the bitcoin fad, phase or revolution take your pick. I have just converted my moms store into the first shop in Merrickville and in fact the whole area You can check her store online! (although payment isn't set up yet) at www.inchofgold.ca) or visit her in downtown merrickville at the Inch of Gold store :).
I have also been reading about the new bitcoin ATM located in Vancouver. Roughly I think this could be a good time and idea to invest in. I don't believe there is one in Ottawa yet...although I have heard talk about it. I personally feel excited enough to fund and operate the first Ottawa based bit atm (hopefully) but I am not sure how well it would take off.
I know Ottawa is hip hop and happening especially in the downtown sector, not so much in relation to bitcoins as vancouver would be but I'm sure there is great enough interest and possibility.
Currently I am trying to figure out where to place it and how to get the rest of the funding to purchase it. I can buy the lesser 5k machine right now... or the well off $15,000. So basically with this post I am wondering... Would you like to be a shop/store front which hosts the first bitcoin machine in Ottawa? would you like to become a partneinvestor with me?
Also what you all think of this idea. Please feel free to comment..Anything is helpful :)
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Bitcoin ATM coming to the Talbot Center

Hey Mustangs,
Do you know about Bitcoin? For us it's #FutureMoney and I encourage all of you to do research, go to meet-ups, and start Bitcoin businesses because this is one of the most significant innovations since the internet; perhaps even the railroad. Bitcoin is about choice; you now have one when it comes to money.
We recently bought 10 Bitcoin ATMs and I'm proud to announce to you that one has just arrived in London Ontario. It is located in the Gateways Newstand in the Talbot Center; 140 Fullerton St. There are no BTMs for over 100km's so its convenient. In order to use the BTM all you need is a cell phone and cash.
Who are we? We are CAVIRTEX.com, the Canadian Virtual Exchange, Canada's oldest and largest Bitcoin exchange. We enable people and businesses to buy, sell and accept Bitcoin. We also have an aggressive affiliate marketing strategy to reward enthusiasts for signing up merchants and traders.
If you want to reach out to me directly with any questions you can email me kyle @cavirtex.com.
I wish you all success.
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