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SkyHook bitcoin atm machine fatal error, we cannot login to configure
We finally received our skyhook bitcoin atm after 1 month and half. We started trying to configure the atm, when we connect to the admin page it doesn't connect, it's says unable to connect. After trying several times we were finally available to login the admin page but it were asking us a password, we never created a password and skyhook did not gave us any password so we are not available to configure our skyhook atm. It also says Fatal error many time. Please help us.
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It is a weapon of mass destruction leftover from an ancient, devastating war. 47-A void in space where nothing exists; no matter, no energy, no dimensions, inhabited by an intelligence that likes to toy with spacefarers that wander into its domain. 48-A generation ship embedded within an asteriod. The inhabitants have long since forgotten its mission and don't even know that there is a world outside of their ship. 49-A Dyson Sphere-like structure built around a black hole, generating power by shooting particle beams through its ergosphere. 50-A stellaser; a Dyson Sphere-like structure harnessing the power of a star into a Death Star-like laser. 51-A Boltzmann-civilization; an entire civilization that has just popped into being as a result of a quantum fluctuation. It didn't exist a few seconds ago, yet believes it has a history going back millions of years. 52-A massive klein bottle that actually loops through the 4th dimension. 53-Planet core forges 54-Giant planet water cleaners 55-Giant trash disposers 56-Giant, hard light constructs Zer05tar 57-Communications Array - Able to communicate with far distant outposts, both allies and enemies. 58-Power Refiling Station - Unmanned stations that is in orbit that collects solar power and converts it to usable energy for ships that are out of juice. Complete with wet bar and hour rates hotels. FirstChAoS 59- A series of giant lenses that can be aligned to turn thesun into a giant laser 60- A mining machine designed to grind whole planets into ore. ArchDeconstructor • 61- Gravitational sling engine: a sun-sized array of concentric facilities that can manipulate gravity to send nearby celestial bodies on targeted parabolic arcs at nearly the speed of light, or to target faraway systems and very slowly adjust their location relative to other nearby systems. • 62- terraforming drone supercarrier, which drops into star systems it hasn't visited before and deploys millions of building-sized robotic platforms to terraform any suitable planetary masses. Or to create planets, by smashing lots of smaller junk together, and then terraforming those. • 63-galactic FTL inhibitor, which draws upon the ambient gravity of the galactic core to constantly, potentially fatally, disrupt any attempts to enter FTL while within the galaxy it was built in. • 64-planetary museum, composed of sextillions of metric tons of structured spacetime computation to store information, and matter-holography chambers to assemble or at least visualize exhibits. • 65-An Infinite Forest a la Mercury in Destiny/Destiny 2, a planet reshaped into forms of exotic programmable matter that simultaneously simulate multiple timelines branching past and forwards. • 66- A solar system-sized containment field acting as a zoo for spacefaring organisms. 67-Artificial white holes 68-Artifical nebulas 69-Stellar engine 70-A warp hole that allows time travel 71-A warm hole that transports suns to other systems 72-Jump gate, a gate that reduces travel time between systems 73-Bishop ring 74-Niven ring 75-Shkadov thruster 76-Kraskinow tube 77-Portal that allows instant travel 78-Stargate 79-Hyper gate 80-Space bridge 81-Halo 82-Banks orbital 83-Alderson disk 84-Stellar scale 85-Gas giant refinary 86-Cloud city 87-Aerostat 88-Bernal sphere 89-Rungworld 90-Space ladder 91-Skyhook 92-Launch assist tether 93-The crystal megabore 94-Psionic hypersiphon, allows psionic powers enhanced in a star sytem and allows telepatic comunication 95-Teleporter that allows instant teleportation in a starsytem both for vehicles and people 96-The lunar speculorefractor 97-The hyperstructural assembly yard 98-The birch world 99-Ecumenopolis Doug mantis • 100- massive catamari. • 101-Universe simulation computer. • 102-Gravity rod launcher, shoots planet-sized rails at FTL speeds. • 103-Terra-deconstructor, surrounds and melts/harvests planets. • 104-A pack of supermassive cybernetic space-whales. • 105-Quadrillionaire's private docking station. • 106-Private megastructure construction facility, build all this shit. • 107-Big-bang generator, turns matter into nothing, generates power. • 108-Defeated grey goo blob, enormous mass of electronic goo, now non-functional. • 109-Supermassive Bitcoin miner, mines bitcoin so efficiently that all other miners are rendered useless. • 110-Sphere inversion machine, allows planets to exist in their own pocket dimension. • 111-'Song of the Aairomng', a massive machine built to generate noise in the vacuum of space. Blasts strange music throughout it's galaxy. 112-City from vallerian and the city of thousand races or something Slaaich 113-Culture Orbital 114-O'Neill colony 115-A massive spiderlike machine that captures habitable planets and drags them back to a central solar system where it collects them. 116-massive prison ship designed to hold a Leviathan capable of eating entire stars. Empty and showing signs of damage. 17-Satellite equipped with stealth technology that sits in orbit around pre interstellar planets and subtly manipulates the civilizations below into accepting alien invasions Holy, moly that was fast. Since my computer skills are so poor i am just going to add all this to a comment on which you create D100(or you know, more) I want to thank each and every one of you for this. I couldn't do it without you.👏 PS;(If you want write more just do it. I will add the no mater what. More content are always welcome😀)
Number of Bitcoin machines increases quite fast nowadays. We reached the first milestone of 100 ATMs installed (at least the ones which I found on internet). And this is all in less than 8 months, assuming the first one was installed in the end of October 2013 in Vancouver. Btw looks like Vancouver is the city with most Bitcoin ATM installations as of today. Hope other cities will take this as an example. Bitcoin ATM locations could be checked on the map. Also there are nice charts about the growth rate of Bitcoin ATM installations per different vendors. Hope the site would be useful for tracking the locations of Bitcoin ATMs. Any feedback and new locations messages would be really appreciated!
PSA: Our Skyhook ATM in San Diego didn't catch a bogus $100 bill
We were hit yesterday and we have since shut down the machines. If you know of anyone else operating a Skyhook please pass this message on. I've notified Jon at Project Skyhook and will update this post as I get more information. Steven Michaels http://BitcoinMerchant.com UPDATE 1-18-15: Pyramid Acceptors reached out to me and provide a firmware update which is now working correctly. Our machines will be back up this week. I recommend all Skyhook operators visit their site and download the firmware update. Also, Jon at Project Skyhook did respond to my last email.
February 17: Excited to contribute to the bitcoin ecosystem, I ordered a Skyhook ATM and paid $1,393.42 CDN on my Visa card. I hear from the company exactly twice: March 3: "Sorry for the delayed reply. Our current lead time is 5 weeks. If you need to cancel, please let us know." April 23: "We're incredibly busy and shipping daily. It's difficult to estimate shipping times, but we're doing everything possible to lessen these." May 27: I try to cancel, but get no response from Skyhook. June 1: I open a case with Visa. Initially Visa tells me I cannot get a refund since it has been more than three months since I made the purchase. I send them all my correspondences with Skyhook. June 11: Finally get my dollars back. Disappointing!
My name is Jon Hannis. I am the creator of the Skyhook Bitcoin ATM. (projectskyhook.com // github.com/projectskyhook) Hello Bitcoin. Having witnessed the hype, deception and closed practices of many bitcoin businesses that have come and gone over the past few years, I believe that it is in a responsible bitcoin company's best interest to be open wherever possible and never take pre-orders from their customers. I created Project Skyhook with this in mind. It's the reason why we quietly developed, opened our source, and were ready to ship before Project Skyhook took any orders. We've now shipped over 150 units worldwide in the span of less than 3 months. Go team! Scaling now out of the way, our goal is to have at least 1,000 of our units in the field by the end of 2014. Units are in stock for USD, CAD and EUR with more on the way. Don't have the BTC but want one anyway? All our source code is available at github.com/projectskyhook and you can build your own. One thing that sets us apart from many bitcoin businesses: our main incentive is to see bitcoin succeed. We've set our sights on solving the problem of bitcoin acquisition. Interested in being a part of the solution? Join us on our github (we accept pull requests) or over at /projectskyhook. I'll be around for the remainder of the day to take questions and respond to comments.
Lets talk about bitcoin Transaction Machines, calling atm BTM owners.
I was looking in the market for all types of BTMs as of now I see the Skyhook, Robocoin, Lamassu and the BitAccess BTM, any others out there? Looking for all types of BTMs currently on the market and their functionalities. I've been thinking of a skyhook because the price is so nice, but it seems to have a lot of problems and technical support is zilch, which makes my a little wary of the product. I'd love 2 way functionality as the other 3 have but prices are quite steep.
I'm looking for a Skyhook with a Canadian bill validator. If you have one that you'd like to sell, please contact me. If it has some other validator, I'd be interested, but for the right price because I'd have to swap it out.
Assisted Patrick Byrne with his first Bitcoin ATM experience.
Was an interesting week. I was on Patrick's entourage while he was visiting NH. Providing introductions as well as press management etc etc. this also led him using a bitcoin atm for the first time. While at Porcfest several days before he arrived I had many experiences with 4 different bitcoin ATMs. My wife was running the Tea House and we had a Skyhook machine right outside our door (a friend provided the ATM) there were 2 other Skyhooks within 50 feet as well as 1 Lamassu. Keep in mind at a remote event the Internet was a little bit patchy however we had our own private verizon LTE mifi dedicated to the atm. We got to see many customers attempt to use the machine, some with success and others without. most of the people using were first time users of ATMs and some first timers with bitcoin in general. from the average person using the machine(skyhook) i can tell you that very few first timers were able to understand its usage. the interface is very confusing to joe six pack, the wording seems like it makes sense only if you have the perspective of someone who knows what you are doing. also the arrow symbol pointing to the exchange rate is causing confusion in regards to buying a full bitcoin when they only want to buy 20$ worth. I also saw the atm display multiple errors over the course of the week and somehow it even found itself into some administrative stuff while it was unattended....??? definitely a machine that needs attention until the UI is worked over a little more. polling the customers bitcoin veterans loved the device everyone else very frustrated. When Patrick arrived the unit was not in a usable state (error on the screen) took him to the 2 other skyhooks .. they too were unusable as what seemed to be the norm from the weeks experiance. the lamassu was up an running with the guys from lamassu handy(though the machine kind of sold itself with out them sayign a word) we had him put in 2 dollars and zap it to an address of one of his handlers who had his wallet handy(we were on a time table). video to hit the interwebs soon i think. ill be the guy with the mustache and top hat... cant miss me. user experience with that lamassu seems to be batting a 1000 every time i need to be demoing an ATM for someone over the last few months. Are they open sourcing the lamassu? any expectations on cost reductions? If any one knows i would love to get one for my local cafe in the town i live.
Vancouver, B.C.: Anonymous ATMs, Y or N? Also: Fees?
OK, haven't seen a complete list of the ATMs of Vancouver and environs, with information on how intrusive the KYC is, or how high the fees are. Excuse the messy "formatting". I'll try to keep it up to date by editing the main post. Also, I'll reply in the first post just in case that is not possible. If anyone has newer information, please post it! Thanks. 1 - Waves, at Howe and Smithe, No longer Y. Now: N, requires log-in and cell data. Palmscans. Were 5%. Now? 2 - QuadrigaCX HQ, 322 Water St. in Gastown, Y 3 - Steamrollers on Robson (at Bute), Y - although the eaters seem to be very interested in any transactions. Bitstamp + 0.3%, quite reasonable. 4 - BCIT in Burnaby, Removed, February-ish 2015 5 - 24/7 Thai Vietnamese Cuisine, 986 West Broadway (at Oak). Probably N, as it’s a Robocoin case (running General Bytes software). Was (V of S, oob) + 5% 6 - "Decentral.bangtown", Corner of Richards and 438 West Pender. Y (probably, since it's run by Quadriga CX) 7 - Beta Collective, near KGH Skytrain station, 13637 100 Ave, Not yet in service (June 22, 2015) 8 - Pacific Central Station, Gateway Newsstand, N. Requires cell data. Very high 9% fee, Cavirtex. Camera on top of machine is not in use. Yet. 9,10,11 - SFU bookstores, Van, Burnaby, Surrey. Lamassu. Y? 12 - DMAC Apple, Lansdowne Centre, Richmond. Y? N? Bitpay CAD + 5%. 13,14,15,16,17 - Waves - 2588 Main (at 10th), Vancouver 3% buy, 6% sell - 93 Lonsdale, North Van 3% - 1095 W Broadway (at Spruce), Vancouver 3% - 105 10777 University Dr. Surrey (City Point) - 180 5951 No.3 Rd. Richmond. 3% Bitnational. Y? N? 18 - Healthy Noodle House - 2716 W 4th, Vancouver. Skyhook, Y? N? Bitcoin Solutions, fee: 5%. 19,20 - PC Doctor - 106 2922 Glen Dr. Coquitlam. Cryptopick Genesis Coin Machine. Y. 3.5%. IBAY Computers 2929 Saint Johns St. Port Moody. Y. Cryptopick. 3.5%
Various Bitcoin "ATMs" with KYC/AML aspects briefly listed. (22 brands)
Bitcoin "ATMs" (AKA vending machines/kiosks/branches/BTMs/CTMs) continue to spread around the planet. Here is a current snap-shot of most of the manufacturers with some further information about their products. Just as operators of various machines may decide on what colour or graphics the machine has, operators may also have optional Know Your Customer (KYC) and Anti-Money Laundering (AML) features at their disposal. Companies like BitPay, Coinjar, Kraken, Mt Gox (did), Bitstamp, Coinbase etc require your ID. Our face is the biometric most commonly used by people and governments alike for ID. Fingerprints are less commonly utilised as a biometric ID by governments. Banks commonly use our face as a biometric ID. 1W=cash to bitcoin (one way). 2W=cash or CC to bitcoin and the reverse, "Cash out" (two ways) AML aspects would typically include daily transaction amount limits. Operators may set AML limits on their machines.
atm4coin 1W & 2W Open source project..ongoing. Machine availability?
Bit-Wallet 1W & 2W No KYC functions.
BTC-O-Matic 1W No KYC functions.
Btcu 1W (possibly 2W) fake mobile no can be used, no effective KYC.
Cash2BTC 1W No KYC functions. (build yourself)
Flycoin 1W (possibly 2W) (requires 3rd party software for Bitcoin)
General Bytes 1W Optional fingerprint reader and AML options for operators.
Hot Butler 1W Cash or CCs, no KYC features.
Lamassu 1W Optional document scan features. The operator decides.
Moneero 1W (possibly 2W) "Conforms to international AML/KYC standards"
Open BTC ATM 1W DIY (build yourself) 'Open Bitcoin ATM'
Pay Maq 1W
Skyhook 1W No KYC functions.
Tembusu 1W Optional ID scannethumbprint scan/AML features for operators.
Bit2Bit 2W Optional KYC/AML features including fingerprint scan for operators. Lite/Doge too.
BitAccess BTM 2W Document scan, mobile phone no. Optional?
Coinplug 2W AML feature (not known if optional) KYC? (Korean)
Diamond Circle 2W Visa/MC not cash. KYC (via bank CCs) and AML variances for operators.
Genesis1 2W Optional fingerprint readegov ID & bank card reader for operators. Lite/Doge too.
Robocoin 2W Optional ID scan/palm vein scan/camera & optional AML feature for operators.
Here is one apparent operators thoughts: (I hope re-posting is OK) "I operate a Lamassu kiosk and while the manufacturer has recently developed software enhancements to comply with KYC/AML regulations, I have chosen not to implement them. Yeah, my ass is on the line here, but I've used the Robocoin machine and felt it was very intrusive. I like the idea of anonymity and I don't want to have to keep records of my customers' identities and monitor their private transactions. That's not Satoshi's way, nor is it mine. So far, I'm operating well under the radar and I'm not very worried about it (though some attorneys have warned me that I am taking a huge risk by following this path). I have a FinCen license, but there are no final state licensing regulations (yet), so until they tell me what I have to do to stay out of jail, I will continue to operate my machine as it was shipped, without collecting personal information from the users. The only "compliance" feature I've turned on so far is a maximum transaction limit of $500 USD. This is partly to avoid having to file Suspicious Activity Reports, but mainly to keep me from running out of bitcoins on a daily basis." - by Magg0tt
PSA: Our Skyhook ATM in San Diego accepted a Bogus $100 bill
We were hit yesterday and we have since shut down the machines. If you know of anyone else operating a Skyhook please pass this message on. I've notified Jon at Project Skyhook and will update this post as I get more information. Steven Michaels http://BitcoinMerchant.com EDIT 1/14/15: I'm still working to resolve this issue. I've left several message with Jon Hannis but have not heard back yet. To their credit, Pyramid Technologies has reached out to me and we are working with them to try and figure out what happened. Regarding questions about the bill: It was a photocopy, the paper wasn't right, and the watermark of Ben Franklin's face was printed predominantly. It was not the newest version of the $100 bill but the one before (1996 date). EDIT #2 on 1/14/15: I just heard back from Jon Hannis and he, too, is waiting for a solution from Pyramid Technologies. I will update again as soon as I have more information. UPDATE 1-18-15: Pyramid Acceptors reached out to me and provide a firmware update which is now working correctly. Our machines will be back up this week. I recommend all Skyhook operators visit their site and download the firmware update. Also, Jon at Project Skyhook responded to my last email and indicated that he was also waiting for the update from Pyramid.
Vancouver, B.C.: Anonymous ATMs, Y or N? Also: Fees?
Cross-posted from /Bitcoin OK, haven't seen a complete list of the ATMs of Vancouver and environs, with information on how intrusive the KYC is, or how high the fees are. Excuse the messy "formatting". I'll try to keep it up to date by editing the main post. If that's not possible, I'll just post in the thread. If anyone has newer information, please post it! Thanks. 1 - Waves, at Howe and Smithe, No longer Y. Now: N, requires log-in and cell data. Palmscans. Were 5%. Now? 2 - QuadrigaCX HQ, 322 Water St. in Gastown, Y 3 - Steamrollers on Robson (at Bute), Y - although the eaters seem to be very interested in any transactions. Bitstamp + 0.3%, quite reasonable. 4 - BCIT in Burnaby, Removed, February-ish 2015 5 - 24/7 Thai Vietnamese Cuisine, 986 West Broadway (at Oak). Probably N, as it’s a Robocoin. Was (V of S, oob) + 5% 6 - "Decentral.bangtown", Corner of Richards and 438 West Pender. Y (probably, since it's run by Quadriga CX) 7 - Beta Collective, near KGH Skytrain station, 13637 100 Ave, Not yet in service (June 22, 2015) 8 - Pacific Central Station, Gateway Newsstand, N. Requires cell data. Very high 9% fee, Cavirtex. Camera on top of machine is not in use. Yet. 9,10,11 - SFU bookstores, Van, Burnaby, Surrey. Lamassu. Y? 12 - DMAC Apple, Lansdowne Centre, Richmond. Y? N? Bitpay CAD + 5%. 13,14,15,16,17 - Waves - 2588 Main (at 10th), Vancouver 3% buy, 6% sell - 93 Lonsdale, North Van 3% - 1095 W Broadway (at Spruce), Vancouver 3% - 105 10777 University Dr. Surrey (City Point) - 180 5951 No.3 Rd. Richmond. 3% Bitnational. Y? N? 18 - Healthy Noodle House - 2716 W 4th, Vancouver. Skyhook, Y? N? Bitcoin Solutions, fee: 5%. 19,20 - PC Doctor - 106 2922 Glen Dr. Coquitlam. Cryptopick Genesis Coin Machine. Y. 3.5%. IBAY Computers 2929 Saint Johns St. Port Moody. Y. Cryptopick. 3.5%
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