This is a ninth review from our bitcoin ATM use series.
The following review is provided to us by Mwen from New Orleans, LA. Bitcoin machine that was reviewed is located at Brown Derby Superstore.
In the previous article we covered exchange and counterparty risks of operating a bitcoin ATM and two general ways to do it: sell bitcoins from your hot wallet, or do mirror deals via bitcoin exchange.
In this post we look at what system settings are supported by main bitcoin ATM providers, namely: Lamassu, General Bytes and Bitaccess. Other large supplier of bitcoin ATMs — Genesis Coin was reached but didn’t provide details about their setup options.
Lamassu bitcoin ATM has an open source code. This allowed different developers to take the code and build software upon it. E.g. Dash implementation is done by external party, Ethereum was also implemented by external party first and later on Lamassu added their own version of ETH official support.
Based on information provided by Neal Conner (Customer Service Manager) Lamassu bitcoin machines support the following settings currently: