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The Open-Source Bitcoin ATM

A place to talk about modding and tweaking Skyhook Bitcoin ATM, a unilateral open-source project based out of Portland, Oregon.

Two Portland Bitcoin ATM Operators Battle for Control

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GoLocalPDX | Two Portland Bitcoin ATM Operators Battle for Control

GoLocalPDX | Two Portland Bitcoin ATM Operators Battle for Control submitted by BIGbtc_Integration to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Used a homegrown Bitcoin ATM at the Portland, OR Bitcoin meetup!

Used a homegrown Bitcoin ATM at the Portland, OR Bitcoin meetup! submitted by DarkShadowGirl to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Exchange for enigmatic bitcoin opens in Portland, complete with ATM

Exchange for enigmatic bitcoin opens in Portland, complete with ATM submitted by leftok to atbitcoin [link] [comments]

Portland gets a second bitcoin ATM

Portland gets a second bitcoin ATM submitted by bittime to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Portland gets a second bitcoin ATM

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Anyone from Portland, OR?

Hi, so obviously I'm a new beginner at Bitcoin and am considering this to test the waters and see what happens. I've read into the basics and kind of understand it. So I work nearby a mall that has a Bitcoin ATM that lets me buy and sell. Anyone here in Portland, Oregon? I'd like to talk to someone locally about this. Thanks for your patience as I'm learning
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BTC ATM at the mall in Bangor, Maine

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11-18 22:43 - 'List of bitcoin person-to-person (P2P) Exchanges (e.g., Bisq, HodlHodl, LocalCoinSwap, etc.)' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/cointastical removed from /r/Bitcoin within 2807-2817min

Following is a list of P2P exchanges for trading Bitcoin. Common payment methods include bank transfer, cash deposited in the seller's bank account, in-person cash (face-to-face) trades as well as payment networks such as Zelle, Alipay, even Cash App and PayPal, for example.
Any that I am missing?
Altcoin-only P2P Trading exchanges
AggregatoSearch and Helper Sites
Note: If you use one of the above P2P OTC trade "matchmaking" services, please [trade with caution]45 and do your own due diligence.
This list does not include exchanges not in English (e.g., [58Coin]46 ), deserted or defunct marketplaces (e.g., Cancoin), not-yet launched (e.g., [OTCBoss]47 , []48 ), ones that operate only through [dark markets]49 , or online-only [DEX/decentralized exchanges]50 ([another list of DEXes]51 ).
Also, there are a number of variants that I didn't list:
Additions, corrections, and other feedback welcome and can be submitted via [e-mail]88 .
[Note: This post is a continuation of an [earlier post]89 that has since been archived and locked. There is also a [corresponding post on Medium]90 with this information as well.]
List of bitcoin person-to-person (P2P) Exchanges (e.g., Bisq, HodlHodl, LocalCoinSwap, etc.)
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Know a location in your city that could benefit from a Bitcoin ATM? My friend's company Coincloud is offering a $1000 finder's fee.

I offered to help my friend spread the word about their Bitcoin ATM finder's fee. Seems like a great way to spread Bitcoin awareness and make some money. Contact them for more details.
Who are we?
What we are looking for?
Why would a business owner want an BTM installed inside their building?
Please contact us for any additional details, we will get back to you quickly. We look forward to working with you.
All locations are vetted and picked at our discretion
Contact: [email protected]
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Portland Oregon gets its first restaurant to accept bitcoin payments!

Bit Consultants here in Portland just set-up Isabel Restaurant to start accepting bitcoin payments! They are the first full kitchen restaurant and bar in the area to embrace Bitcoin. The food is fresh and delicious, especially their breakfast and they have a good selection of local microbrews on tap.
The owner is very enthusiastic about Bitcoin and may even get a skyhook ATM in the restaurant.
If you are in Portland area check em out and support the local bitcoin economy!
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[Hiring] Help Coin Cloud find locations for their ATMs.

Who are we?
What we are looking for?
Why would a business owner want an BTM installed inside their building?
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Bitcoin Exchanges For Oregon Residents

There is a company in Southern Oregon that does OTC exchanges now. They are called Blue Diamond (bitcoin) Exchange. You can find them listed on There are also some ATMS around the State, but Southern Oregon seems to have more exchanges than all of Portland combined.
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Please help!! Will pay to help retrieve funds.

I tried to withdraw bitcoins from the atm in pioneer square portland oregon. I waited 30mins for funds to be ready. I gother the ready confirmation but the money never came out. I don't know what to do.
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Help Coincloud find locations for their Bitcoin ATMs!

Who are we?
What we are looking for?
Why would a business owner want an BTM installed inside their building?
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What is the easiest way to convert a physical bitcoin to US dollars?

So a couple years ago, one of my friends gave me a casascius bitcoin when they were worth just one dollar. I'd completely forgotten about it up until now when my brother asked me if I still had it. After panicking and thinking I'd lost it, I dug it up in the bottom of my closet. I see it's worth about $800 right now if I'm not mistaken and would like to convert it. What is the best, safest way to do this with an actual physical bitcoin? I live in Portland, Oregon and I don't think we have any bitcoin ATMs here yet.
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welcome to r/bitcoinNW - start here

Welcome to this new spot on reddit! This is a friendly place to discuss anything bitcoin related happening in the Northwest (Vancouver BC fits in here too). Keep it informative, entertaining, and enjoy your time on here.
Portland - Portland meetup group
Seattle - Seattle meetup group
Vancouver BC - Vancouver meetup group
PORTLAND: 2 atms (1 at Pioneer Place food court (robocoin), 1 at Gameroom (lamassu)
Consulting services: Ian @ Bit Consultants Mike @ Bitcoin NW
Companies operating out of the NW: CoinBeyond (Bellingham) Parkt (Seattle)
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Portland Street Performer Accepts Bitcoin to Educate at the street level

12/8/2014 Hello BitCoin Community,
My name is Todd Irving a.k.a. "FunkPlastic". In the last 72 hours I've gotten over 75,000 view’s from a video that was placed on a Facebook page called Drum Talk TV. I'm a street performer that plays 5 gallon plastic buckets on street corners around the country. I have for the last 15 years. The video that was displayed was shot 2008. I've gotten a lot better over the last 6 years and also grown in a lot of areas in regards to how I accept donations. This summer while street performing in Seaside, Oregon, I had the pleasure of meeting a very astute gentleman (Jason Wooding a.k.a "J-Tek") that spoke with me about Bitcoin and how I could post The Bitcoin Insigina and QLR Code on the front of the tip bucket and receive tips by a passerby taking a picture of the Code. Needless to say, I was very intrigued. "J-Tek" ran down to the local Lazer Quick and printed out a flyer with my name, the bitcoin insignia and the QLR Code. The next day there was a $50.00 Bitcoin donation and a business card from the individuals that sent it. They were soo impressed by the music as well as their first experience seeing a "Street Performer" with a Bitcoin Logo on the tip bucket, they also offered to host my website "”. Since then I've visited two Bitcoin ATM's in Portland and sent Bitcoin to friends that I've made in the community. J-Tek and I have formed a great relationship since we met on the promenade. We've joined forces in bringing more exposure to Bitcoin as well as finishing the "FunkPlastic" - "Memoirs of a Street Performer" CD and E-Book. This project will be cutting edge and interactive as the music and video's will be interactive with the book. We are excited to launch this project in the first quarter of 2015. The project has a viable suspense set for it but it will certainly take the participation of some of the 75,000 and counting individuals that have "liked and commented" on Facebook. That number continues to grow by the moment as I'm typing and we would like to capitalize on the response that we're getting. We will be launching campaigns for funding to acquire certain material needs such as higher end computer equipment and other costs associated with production, such as Incorporating the non-profit organization Mojam P.A.R.K (Paving Another Road 4 Kids), which will serve as a vehicle to bring bucket drumming to kids in schools and enrichment courses. Mojam P.A.R.K. will also launch a campaign to bring exposure to Street Performers across the country. We hope that you will take an opportunity to view our web-page, shoot us your contact info and take this journey with us.
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