Thursday, February 21, 2019
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Which? calls for new regulator to champion access to cash

Consumer champion Which? is calling on the Government to appoint a regulator to protect access to cash, as a combination of bank branch and cashpoint Read more:

Bitcoin ATM startups say they’re booming, thanks in part to Venezuela

Bitcoin ATM usage is surging, especially in Latin America, where Venezuelan refugees and others are seeking ad hoc banking solutions. Read more:

Pennsylvania rules crypto exchanges, ATMs are not money transmitters

The Department of Banking and Securities in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania has clarified that cryptocurrency exchanges do not fall subject to the Money Transmitter Act. Read more:

Bitcoin ATM producer moves to Switzerland due to regulatory difficulties

Bitcoin ATM producer Lamassu has moved to the Swiss canton of Lucerne due to regulatory difficulties in other countries. Read more:

Russian banks to unleash first contactless ATMs

Russia is about to have its first contactless ATMs offering currency transactions via smartphones. Read More:

Over 100,000 ATMs now let you buy Bitcoin

Debit card Bitcoin purchases via regular ATMs are now a reality. This foregrounds the partnership between Genmega and LibertyX. Read more:

Fiserv acquires a selection of tools from Elan Financial, in $690m...

Financial technology developer Fiserv has agreed to acquire the debit card processing services of Elan Financial Services, a division of US Bancorp. Read more:

250 ATMs closed monthly in the UK

Link, the largest UK ATM network operator, says free-to-use cash machines are being removed at a record rate of over than 250 per month – Read more:

Russian police seize 22 Bitcoin ATMs in countrywide crackdown

Could the abrupt and unannounced seizure of 22 Bitcoin ATMs spread across nine Russian cities signal the start of a wider crackdown on crypto-commerce? Read more:

Diebold Nixdorf looks for buyers

ATM services company Diebold Nixdorf has hired financial advisers as it seeks a sale, according to CNBC. Read more: