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bitcoin

n
1. (Computer Science) (usually capital) a system of open source peer-to-peer software for the creation and exchange of (payment in) a certain type of cryptocurrency; the first such system to be fully functional
2. (Currencies) (sometimes capital) the cryptocurrency created and exchanged using this software
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This acquisition is the first of its kind between Bitcoin ATM operators, and signals continued strong growth in the industry, in line with expert projections forecasting an annual compound growth rate of 46.61 percent by 20241.
13 August 2019 - Atlanta, US-based cryptocurrency ATM network Bitcoin Depot has acquired Texas, US competitor DFW Bitcoin, combining Bitcoin ATM operators, and signaling continued strong growth in the industry, the company said.
Adam Gramowksi, owner of the exchange, said the gang of masked men attempted to steal a Bitcoin ATM by tying a rope around the machine and attaching it to their car.
Last November, the developers of the country's first Bitcoin ATM were arrested in the city of Bangalore under criminal charges due to its ATM label, as the machine was not strictly an ATM but a device that aimed to allow crypto-users to circumvent banking channels.
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The Islamic Republic of Iran has unveiled its very first Bitcoin ATM at the 12th International Exhibition of Exchange, Bank, and Insurance in Tehran.
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A Bitcoin ATM in Hong Kong has proven popular but investors have been warned they might soon face large tax bills for deals involving the cryptocurrency.
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