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Brighton is getting it's first Bitcoin ATM. Anyone interested?

So it looks like Flawless Clothing in Kensington Gardens will be host to Brightons first Bitcoin ATM. This is pretty exciting stuff.
edit - 22nd August, 6:30pm
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Bitcoin ATM comes to Brighton this Friday at 6.30pm.

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Bitcoin ATM installed in Brighton!

Futurecoins have installed Brighton's first bitcoin ATM at The Marwood cafe on Ship Street. Launch is today if any of you would like to come down and grab yourself a coffee on bitcoin.
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@ulrichrosenbaum : Brighton gets bitcoin ATM https://t.co/gna3h1cemR

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Look what i found

https://imgur.com/oQS1dC9 In the middle of Brighton, England!
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r/Bitcoin recap - September 2018

Hi Bitcoiners!
I’m back with the 21st monthly Bitcoin news recap.
For those unfamiliar, each day I pick out the most popularelevant/interesting stories in Bitcoin and save them. At the end of the month I release them in one batch, to give you a quick (but not necessarily the best) overview of what happened in bitcoin over the past month.
You can see recaps of the previous months on Bitcoinsnippets.com
A recap of Bitcoin in September 2018
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r/Bitcoin recap - September 2018 - V2

Hi Bitcoiners!
This is a reworked repost of the 21st monthly Bitcoin news recap. I'm testing out a new format where I list items by topic instead of date so they are easier to digest for the reader. I would love to hear your feedback! (on the categories, the new format vs. the old,...)
For those unfamiliar with these recaps, each day I pick out the most popularelevant/interesting stories in Bitcoin and save them. At the end of the month I release them in one batch, to give you a quick (but not necessarily the best) overview of what happened in Bitcoin over the past month.
You can see recaps of the previous months on Bitcoinsnippets.com
A recap of Bitcoin in September 2018
Adoption * The Lightning Network surpasses 100 bitcoin in network capacity * Someone paying with bitcoin in Rovereto, Italy at a 20% discount * Someone pays for a car wash in Brisbane with bitcoin * The biggest block yet is mined at 2.26MB * Someone gets a speaker fee in bitcoin after speaking for developers at a bank * A Butcher shop in Venezuela accepting bitcoin * Someone’s story of travelling across 18 countries using 1 btc * Swissquote advertises Cryptocurrency trading on some office windows * People discuss how expensive bitcoin ATMs are
Development * Someone working on a 3D cryptocurrency trading interface * Someone set up their Bitcoin full node + Lightning Network node following a Github tutorial * A new Lightning desktop app by Lightning Labs * The release of the lnd v0.5-beta and C-lightning v0.6.1 * The future of Lightning by Elizabeth Stark * Someone created their own Lightning Network-powered Cola machine
Security * A Chrome extension got hacked and tried to steal private keys to cryptocurrency wallets * Someone tried to attack Slush’s Lightning Network node with a 12 bitcoin capacity * Google Play takes down misleading bitcoin wallets * Japanese exchange Zaif gets hacked for $37M worth of bitcoin * An important bug is discovered and gets patched in Bitcoin Core 0.16.3
Mining * A look into an illegal bitcoin mining operation in an abandoned power plant in Russia * Slush Pool introduces an open-source operating system for some of Bitmain’s mining machines * Samsung is planning to build 10nm Asic mining chips
Business * The Goldman Sachs CFO on speculation about the bank’s bitcoin trading activities * Coinbase is exploring a bitcoin ETF * Bitmain is now planning an IPO at 16% of their original size * Canada approves a bitcoin trust fund * Morgan Stanley offers bitcoin derivates to its clients * The Robinhood investing app is making millions by selling user data to HFT firms * Google ends its cryptocurrency advertising ban * Bakkt on its first Bitcoin futures contracts
Research * An analysis of $1B Bitcoins on the move * As the Lightning Network grows it will become more difficult to track its growth * A $193M bitcoin transaction for a $0.19 fee * A collection of articles and research on PoW’s efficiency * Bitcoin’s energy consumption in comparison to gold mining, paper money printing, the banking system and governments * Europol research shows that bitcoin has not been used to fund any terrorist attacks
Education * A Bitcoin explainer someone spent a year on * An infographic on merkle trees * A discussion on why it is unwise to use bitcoin for crime
Regulation & Politics * The legal status of Bitcoin globally * How Roman coins took hundreds of years to lose their value * US regulators approve Winklevoss Twins’ fiat-backed stablecoin * Hayek on taking money out of the hands of the government in 1984 * Some cryptocurrency businesses in the US have asked US congress to hurry up with regulation * The Prime Minister of Malta on blockchains and cryptocurrencies
Financial incumbents * The US and EU cut Iran off the SWIFT system through threatening SWIFT executives with criminal charges * Visa and Mastercard forced to pay $6.2B for over-charging on credit cards * The Danske Bank CEO quits over a $234B money laundering scandal
Price & Trading * The bitcoin price is at an all-time high in Iran * People discuss the bitcoin price
Fun & Other * A reminder that bitcoin can’t be eaten by the family pet * There is a Bitcoin ‘glyph’ in iOS 12 * Bitcoin posters in Brighton * Bitcoin from a teenager’s point of view * Bitcoin on who wants to be a milllionaire * Scrabble adds Bitcoin to its dictionary
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Do you know history of bitcoin? Let's do it

From Silk Road to ATMs: the history of bitcoin
The digital currency lost 10% of its value after the JP Morgan boss described it as fraud – but it has come a long way since it was started in 2009
Bitcoin is a digital currency started in 2009 by a mystery figure named Satoshi Nakamoto, whose true identity is still unknown. It is unlike traditional currencies because it has no central bank, nation state or regulatory authority backing it up.
The “coins” are made by computers solving a set of complex maths problems. To spend them, users buy bitcoin and conduct transactions with them using exchanges such as San Francisco-based Coinbase. Rather than a central authority validating transactions, they are all recorded on a public ledger, called the blockchain.
Bitcoin don’t actually exist but are digital keys are stored in a digital wallet, which can also manage transactions. The wallet exists either in the cloud or on computers, and can be linked to bank accounts. If using an online wallet, investors must be sure they can trust the provider, because if hackers breach its server’s security measures the bitcoin could be stolen.
Typically, you can pay by bank transfer, mobile payments or with a Visa or Mastercard. There are also bitcoin ATMs, which allow for bitcoin to be exchanged for cash and vice versa, in London, Bristol, Brighton and Glasgow. A growing list of firms accept Bitcoin, including Tesla and Microsoft.
Bitcoin has a finite supply of 21m – of which more than 15m are in circulation – which supporters claim make it more stable than government-backed currencies that can be devalued by central banks printing money. However, it has been very volatile and has quadrupled in value in the last nine months to more than $5,000 for each bitcoin. It lost 10% on Wednesday when Jamie Dimon of JP Morgan described it as a fraud.
Bitcoin is often used as an anonymous way to carry out large cross-border money transfers, so has become linked to drug dealing and money laundering. It was used on the online black market site Silk Road, a platform for selling illegal drugs.
On exchanges, fractions or “bits” can be bought instead of a whole bitcoin. Transaction fees vary according to the exchange or broker, but are typically up to 1% of the currency bought, plus bank transaction charges. Fees of up to 1% can also apply on sales.
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From Silk Road to ATMs: the history of bitcoin

This is the best tl;dr I could make, original reduced by 60%. (I'm a bot)
Bitcoin is a digital currency started in 2009 by a mystery figure named Satoshi Nakamoto, whose true identity is still unknown.
To spend them, users buy bitcoin and conduct transactions with them using exchanges such as San Francisco-based Coinbase.
Bitcoin don't actually exist but are digital keys are stored in a digital wallet, which can also manage transactions.
There are also bitcoin ATMs, which allow for bitcoin to be exchanged for cash and vice versa, in London, Bristol, Brighton and Glasgow.
Bitcoin has a finite supply of 21m - of which more than 15m are in circulation - which supporters claim make it more stable than government-backed currencies that can be devalued by central banks printing money.
Bitcoin is often used as an anonymous way to carry out large cross-border money transfers, so has become linked to drug dealing and money laundering.
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