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Instacoin, the largest Bitcoin ATM operator in Canada, adds two new locations in Toronto (25th and 26th machine) • /r/Bitcoin

Instacoin, the largest Bitcoin ATM operator in Canada, adds two new locations in Toronto (25th and 26th machine) • /Bitcoin submitted by instacoin to btc [link] [comments]

Instacoin, the largest Bitcoin ATM operator in Canada, adds two new locations in Toronto (25th and 26th machine)

Instacoin has launched two new Bitcoin ATMs in West Toronto, making it a total of 8 machines in the GTA. Here are the details of the two locations:
1)
Cash Shop 5200 Finch Ave W, Toronto, ON M9V 1A0
2)
Texas Chicken & Burgers 2481 Lake Shore Blvd W, Toronto, ON M8V 1C5
For info and prices at all Toronto locations, please visit:
http://instacoinatm.com/bitcoin-toronto-en.html
submitted by instacoin to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Instacoin, the largest Bitcoin ATM operator in Canada, adds two new locations in Toronto & Niagara Falls (29th & 30th machine)

Instacoin has launched two new Bitcoin ATMs in Ontario (Toronto & Niagara Falls). Here are the details of the two locations:
1)
Hasty Market 30 Eglinton Ave W #17, Mississauga, ON L5R 0C1 http://instacoinatm.com/bitcoin-toronto-hasty-market-en.html
2)
Falls Convenience 5613 Victoria Avenue, Niagara Falls, ON L2G 3L5 http://instacoinatm.com/bitcoin-niagara-falls-en.html
For info and prices at all our locations, please visit:
http://www.instacoinatm.com/index-en.html
submitted by instacoin to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Instacoin, the largest Bitcoin ATM operator in Canada, adds two new locations in Toronto & Niagara Falls (29th & 30th machine) • /r/Bitcoin

Instacoin, the largest Bitcoin ATM operator in Canada, adds two new locations in Toronto & Niagara Falls (29th & 30th machine) • /Bitcoin submitted by instacoin to btc [link] [comments]

Instacoin, the largest Bitcoin ATM operator in Canada, adds two new locations in Toronto & Niagara Falls (29th & 30th machine) /r/Bitcoin

Instacoin, the largest Bitcoin ATM operator in Canada, adds two new locations in Toronto & Niagara Falls (29th & 30th machine) /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Instacoin, the largest Bitcoin ATM operator in Canada, adds two new locations in Toronto (25th and 26th machine) /r/Bitcoin

Instacoin, the largest Bitcoin ATM operator in Canada, adds two new locations in Toronto (25th and 26th machine) /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

New Bitcoin ATM installed at JC Foodlane in Downtown Toronto ! - (Wellington St W & Spadina)

New Bitcoin ATM installed at JC Foodlane in Downtown Toronto ! - (Wellington St W & Spadina) submitted by localcoinatm to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

I Got Scammed by the Cryptocurrency Exchange EZBTC.CA

I wanted to make this post of my experience as a warning to others, especially Canadians as they have limited buying options when investing (speculating) into cryptocurrencies. I understand the subject of cryptocurrencies are polarizing to many, but nonetheless, it's an emerging asset class that deserves discussion because there are many ways to lose your funds. This isn't the fault of cryptocurrencies themselves, but the result of user error, outright scams, social engineering, hacks, or in my case not being up-to-date on current events.

There are many scams in cryptocurrencies, but shady exchanges are a classic dating back to the legendary Mt. Gox hack where 850,000 Bitcoins were stolen (worth approximately $4.6 billion at the time of this writing). Or the most recent Canadian QuadrigaCX exchange hack where the CEO allegedly died in India carrying the only private key to 200 million worth of customer funds.

It seems that exchange hacks keep propping up in the news, so why then do they keep happening even in 2019? Because users are left with limited choices if they want to acquire cryptocurrency in the safest (ironic) and most convenient manner. In order to buy cryptocurrency, you first have to exchange it for fiat currency (USD, CAD, EUR). You could buy cryptocurrency from one of those Bitcoin ATMs you see at the mall but the fees are exorbitant and quite a few require ID as it is, so why not just sign up for an exchange instead? The next option is to buy them peer-to-peer in person for cash, but people feel unsafe dealing with strangers and large amounts of money. Further, liquidity would be an issue. This led to a boom of many cryptocurrency exchanges offering customers a place to buy and sell with the exchanges acting as the middle-man between users.

I've been away from cryptocurrency for a while and only came back recently. I've used the EZBTC exchange in the past without issues and decided I would use them again. What I didn't do upon my return was my homework on any updates/news regarding this exchange which resulted in my ordeal now. I noticed the website had an overhaul that now includes an express option for you to receive faster withdrawals if you deposited larger amounts (first red flag). I opted for the regular option I always used in the past and sent a small amount via eTransfer that was deposited in my account almost immediately (second red flag). In the past, my eTransfers regardless of amount took some time and up to many hours. Nonetheless, I made a purchase and initiated a withdrawal request that still hasn't been sent out to this day, and I am not the only one.

A condensed version of my story is that I got worried about my pending withdrawal with EZBTC and my emails/calls went unanswered. The live chat on their website was also disabled. I decided to tweet my situation to @ezBtcCanada and immediately got an email from the owner David Smillie himself urgently telling me to call him on a personal number. He deverified and suspended my account as a result of my tweets @tokenflair for "security reasons". After some talk (me saying I'll delete the tweets) he immediately reactivated and reverified my account again and said that my withdrawal will be taken care of the next day.

Fast forward to the next day and my withdrawal is still pending. Calls/texts/email go unanswered again. Live chat is still disabled. I proceed to send another tweet instead. Like clockwork, I get a response from David shortly after and he was livid. He threatened to sue me for defamation if I continued posting about my situation on public forums. I told him I'll be waiting for his letter. He stated that my account would be receiving a lifetime ban and I will not be receiving my withdrawal but I would get an eTransfer refund in 30 days, and all this information would be included in an email I was supposed to receive on Monday April 22, 2019. I still have not received any such email, and my emails/call/texts to him are again being ignored. The saga continues.

The most important piece of advice I can give when it comes to cryptocurrency is that what's true today, is not true tomorrow. You must stay up-to-date on current events in cryptocurrency because your investment could be at stake. In my case, EZBTC was exhibiting red flags and had many user complaints that I would have seen had I just done some research prior to sending my money. I was not up-to-date regarding the status of this "exchange".

David Smillie (owner of ezbtc.ca) operating under business # 1081627 B.C LTD. currently has 5 ongoing lawsuits against his company for unpaid funds:

  1. File number: 1812420 - GOLDLUST, Joseph v 1081627 B.C. LTD. - Supreme Civil (General)
  2. File number: 1963965 - ROBERTS, John v 1081627 B.C. LTD. - Provincial Small Claims
  3. File number: 172818 - GODWIN, Richard v 1081627 BC LTD - Supreme Civil (General)
  4. File number: 18104 - MCCALLUM, Evan v 1081627 BC LTD - Provincial Small Claims
  5. File number: 1862507 - WONG, Gary v 1081627 BC LTD. - Provincial Small Claims

You can get the latest information on all pending lawsuits against EZBTC here:
https://justice.gov.bc.ca/cso/esearch/civil/partySearch.do

List of numerous complaints against David Smillie and EZBTC:

https://files.fm/f/23ej52ff (David Smillie sued by Richard Godwin)

https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinCA/comments/bahzsm/another_bc_lawsuit_filed_against_ezbtc_1081627_bc/ (David Smillie sued by John Roberts)

https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinCA/comments/99fs6i/2_new_court_filings_against_ezbtc_in_the_past_week/ (More lawsuits)

https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinCA/comments/8mjtjb/amaa_exowner_of_ezbtc_resigned_when_i_realized_it/ (Ex-CTO of EZBTC blows whistle)

https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinCA/comments/b53zq3/please_sticky_this_post_im_a_developer_who_worked/ (EZBTC developer blows whistle)

https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinCA/comments/939ce2/40_days_and_counting_fiat_withdrawal_ezbtcca/

https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinCA/comments/926adi/ezbtcca_may_have_gone_bust_toronto_offices_have/

https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinCA/comments/973yrz/ezbtcca_is_likely_insolvent/

https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinCA/comments/98njea/worth_visiting_ezbtc_offices/

https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinCA/comments/901847/concern_regarding_ezbtc/

https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinCA/comments/9181nx/banned_from_ezbtcca_chatroomhave_not_rcvd/

https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinCA/comments/arnboh/ezbtc_will_my_girlfriend_ever_see_her_money/

https://coiniq.com/ezbtc-review/

https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinCA/comments/ao680q/what_are_customers_latest_experiences_with_ezbtc/

https://warosu.org/biz/thread/10773849

https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinCA/comments/bfqrv1/fortune_jack_here_regarding_david_smillie_and/

https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinCA/comments/b57fq9/ezbtc_terms_of_service_wayback_machine/

https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinCA/comments/arfa5x/ezbtc_is_so_fake_check_this_out/

https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinCA/comments/95rpl5/to_those_staying_silent_for_ezbtc_defamation/
submitted by TokenFlair to PersonalFinanceCanada [link] [comments]

Is this job a scam?

EDIT: Since this is so clearly a scam is there any fun suggestions anyone has to mess around with this guy?
I recently got a part-time job offer through my uni (University of Toronto) that seems extremely suspicious. The job details are pasted below:
Hello my name,
Bitcoinshub is a new company based in Dubai.We are into sales and reselling of crypto currencies like bitcoin.Due to our favorable rates we have lots of client in USA and Canada.Taxes and exchange rate has made receiving payments via bank transfer less economical.
We are looking for a payment representative in CANADA who will process the payments on our behave. * You will be paid 10% of each payment you process. * All you need for the job is an active bank account.
HOW IT WORKS
You will receive a check from our clients within Canada,which you will then process by depositing the check in your bank account,when the check clears and you have confirmed that the funds is available you can then withdraw it,deduct your 10% commission from the funds and send the rest of the funds to Bitcoinshub using a bitcoin ATM machine.
This is a perfect part-time job for you as a student,it will not interfere with your current activities and it will only take a few minutes of your time.
To apply for the job,send your resume.
Regards James
When I asked if there are any liabilities or processes on my end to be aware of he sent me this:
Hello,
There are no other liabilities or processes than what i have explained.
In a few days a payment will be mailed to you,which you will then process by depositing the check in your bank account,when the check clears and you have confirmed that the funds is available you can then withdraw it,deduct your 10% commission from the funds and send the rest of the funds to Bitcoinshub using a bitcoin ATM machine.
Please fill the information below.
FULL NAME----- MAILING ADDRESS---- CITY----- PROVINCE----- POST CODE----- PHONE NUMBER----
This seems like a good scam but I also need to money for school, is this a common scam or is it a legit and morally correct (not a scam) way of getting paid? Thanks in advance.
submitted by cashhcardi to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Paid a visit to the new Bitcoin ATM in Toronto.

Paid a visit to the new Bitcoin ATM in Toronto. submitted by ThatchNailer to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

AVOID SHADY CRYPTOCURRENCY EXCHANGE EZBTC.CA

I wanted to make this post of my experience as a warning to others, especially Canadians as they have limited buying options when investing (speculating) into cryptocurrencies. I understand the subject of cryptocurrencies are polarizing to many, but nonetheless, it's an emerging asset class that deserves discussion because there are many ways to lose your funds. This isn't the fault of cryptocurrencies themselves, but the result of user error, outright scams, social engineering, hacks, or in my case not being up-to-date on current events.

There are many scams in cryptocurrencies, but shady exchanges are a classic dating back to the legendary Mt. Gox hack where 850,000 Bitcoins were stolen (worth approximately $4.6 billion at the time of this writing). Or the most recent Canadian QuadrigaCX exchange hack where the CEO allegedly died in India carrying the only private key to 200 million worth of customer funds.

It seems that exchange hacks keep propping up in the news, so why then do they keep happening even in 2019? Because users are left with limited choices if they want to acquire cryptocurrency in the safest (ironic) and most convenient manner. In order to buy cryptocurrency, you first have to exchange it for fiat currency (USD, CAD, EUR). You could buy cryptocurrency from one of those Bitcoin ATMs you see at the mall but the fees are exorbitant and quite a few require ID as it is, so why not just sign up for an exchange instead? The next option is to buy them peer-to-peer in person for cash, but people feel unsafe dealing with strangers and large amounts of money. Further, liquidity would be an issue. This led to a boom of many cryptocurrency exchanges offering customers a place to buy and sell with the exchanges acting as the middle-man between users.

I've been away from cryptocurrency for a while and only came back recently. I've used the EZBTC exchange in the past without issues and decided I would use them again. What I didn't do upon my return was my homework on any updates/news regarding this exchange which resulted in my ordeal now. I noticed the website had an overhaul that now includes an express option for you to receive faster withdrawals if you deposited larger amounts (first red flag). I opted for the regular option I always used in the past and sent a small amount via eTransfer that was deposited in my account almost immediately (second red flag). In the past, my eTransfers regardless of amount took some time and up to many hours. Nonetheless, I made a purchase and initiated a withdrawal request that still hasn't been sent out to this day, and I am not the only one.

A condensed version of my story is that I got worried about my pending withdrawal with EZBTC and my emails/calls went unanswered. The live chat on their website was also disabled. I decided to tweet my situation to @ezBtcCanada and immediately got an email from the owner David Smillie himself urgently telling me to call him on a personal number. He deverified and suspended my account as a result of my tweets @tokenflair for "security reasons". After some talk (me saying I'll delete the tweets) he immediately reactivated and reverified my account again and said that my withdrawal will be taken care of the next day.

Fast forward to the next day and my withdrawal is still pending. Calls/texts/email go unanswered again. Live chat is still disabled. I proceed to send another tweet instead. Like clockwork, I get a response from David shortly after and he was livid. He threatened to sue me for defamation if I continued posting about my situation on public forums. I told him I'll be waiting for his letter. He stated that my account would be receiving a lifetime ban and I will not be receiving my withdrawal but I would get an eTransfer refund in 30 days, and all this information would be included in an email I was supposed to receive on Monday April 22, 2019. I still have not received any such email, and my emails/call/texts to him are again being ignored. The saga continues.

The most important piece of advice I can give when it comes to cryptocurrency is that what's true today, is not true tomorrow. You must stay up-to-date on current events in cryptocurrency because your investment could be at stake. In my case, EZBTC was exhibiting red flags and had many user complaints that I would have seen had I just done some research prior to sending my money. I was not up-to-date regarding the status of this "exchange".

David Smillie (owner of ezbtc.ca) operating under business # 1081627 B.C LTD. currently has 5 ongoing lawsuits against his company for unpaid funds:

  1. File number: 1812420 - GOLDLUST, Joseph v 1081627 B.C. LTD. - Supreme Civil (General)
  2. File number: 1963965 - ROBERTS, John v 1081627 B.C. LTD. - Provincial Small Claims
  3. File number: 172818 - GODWIN, Richard v 1081627 BC LTD - Supreme Civil (General)
  4. File number: 18104 - MCCALLUM, Evan v 1081627 BC LTD - Provincial Small Claims
  5. File number: 1862507 - WONG, Gary v 1081627 BC LTD. - Provincial Small Claims

You can get the latest information on all pending lawsuits against EZBTC here:
https://justice.gov.bc.ca/cso/esearch/civil/partySearch.do

List of numerous complaints against David Smillie and EZBTC:

https://files.fm/f/23ej52ff (David Smillie sued by Richard Godwin)

https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinCA/comments/bahzsm/another_bc_lawsuit_filed_against_ezbtc_1081627_bc/ (David Smillie sued by John Roberts)

https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinCA/comments/99fs6i/2_new_court_filings_against_ezbtc_in_the_past_week/ (More lawsuits)

https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinCA/comments/8mjtjb/amaa_exowner_of_ezbtc_resigned_when_i_realized_it/ (Ex-CTO of EZBTC blows whistle)

https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinCA/comments/b53zq3/please_sticky_this_post_im_a_developer_who_worked/ (EZBTC developer blows whistle)

https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinCA/comments/939ce2/40_days_and_counting_fiat_withdrawal_ezbtcca/

https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinCA/comments/926adi/ezbtcca_may_have_gone_bust_toronto_offices_have/

https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinCA/comments/973yrz/ezbtcca_is_likely_insolvent/

https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinCA/comments/98njea/worth_visiting_ezbtc_offices/

https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinCA/comments/901847/concern_regarding_ezbtc/

https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinCA/comments/9181nx/banned_from_ezbtcca_chatroomhave_not_rcvd/

https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinCA/comments/arnboh/ezbtc_will_my_girlfriend_ever_see_her_money/

https://coiniq.com/ezbtc-review/

https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinCA/comments/ao680q/what_are_customers_latest_experiences_with_ezbtc/

https://warosu.org/biz/thread/10773849

https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinCA/comments/bfqrv1/fortune_jack_here_regarding_david_smillie_and/

https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinCA/comments/b57fq9/ezbtc_terms_of_service_wayback_machine/

https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinCA/comments/arfa5x/ezbtc_is_so_fake_check_this_out/

https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinCA/comments/95rpl5/to_those_staying_silent_for_ezbtc_defamation/
submitted by TokenFlair to CanadianInvestor [link] [comments]

I Got Scammed by the Cryptocurrency Exchange EZBTC.CA

I wanted to make this post of my experience as a warning to others, especially Canadians as they have limited buying options when investing (speculating) into cryptocurrencies. I understand the subject of cryptocurrencies are polarizing to many, but nonetheless, it's an emerging asset class that deserves discussion because there are many ways to lose your funds. This isn't the fault of cryptocurrencies themselves, but the result of user error, outright scams, social engineering, hacks, or in my case not being up-to-date on current events.

There are many scams in cryptocurrencies, but shady exchanges are a classic dating back to the legendary Mt. Gox hack where 850,000 Bitcoins were stolen (worth approximately $4.6 billion at the time of this writing). Or the most recent Canadian QuadrigaCX exchange hack where the CEO allegedly died in India carrying the only private key to 200 million worth of customer funds.

It seems that exchange hacks keep propping up in the news, so why then do they keep happening even in 2019? Because users are left with limited choices if they want to acquire cryptocurrency in the safest (ironic) and most convenient manner. In order to buy cryptocurrency, you first have to exchange it for fiat currency (USD, CAD, EUR). You could buy cryptocurrency from one of those Bitcoin ATMs you see at the mall but the fees are exorbitant and quite a few require ID as it is, so why not just sign up for an exchange instead? The next option is to buy them peer-to-peer in person for cash, but people feel unsafe dealing with strangers and large amounts of money. Further, liquidity would be an issue. This led to a boom of many cryptocurrency exchanges offering customers a place to buy and sell with the exchanges acting as the middle-man between users.

I've been away from cryptocurrency for a while and only came back recently. I've used the EZBTC exchange in the past without issues and decided I would use them again. What I didn't do upon my return was my homework on any updates/news regarding this exchange which resulted in my ordeal now. I noticed the website had an overhaul that now includes an express option for you to receive faster withdrawals if you deposited larger amounts (first red flag). I opted for the regular option I always used in the past and sent a small amount via eTransfer that was deposited in my account almost immediately (second red flag). In the past, my eTransfers regardless of amount took some time and up to many hours. Nonetheless, I made a purchase and initiated a withdrawal request that still hasn't been sent out to this day, and I am not the only one.

A condensed version of my story is that I got worried about my pending withdrawal with EZBTC and my emails/calls went unanswered. The live chat on their website was also disabled. I decided to tweet my situation to @ezBtcCanada and immediately got an email from the owner David Smillie himself urgently telling me to call him on a personal number. He deverified and suspended my account as a result of my tweets @tokenflair for "security reasons". After some talk (me saying I'll delete the tweets) he immediately reactivated and reverified my account again and said that my withdrawal will be taken care of the next day.

Fast forward to the next day and my withdrawal is still pending. Calls/texts/email go unanswered again. Live chat is still disabled. I proceed to send another tweet instead. Like clockwork, I get a response from David shortly after and he was livid. He threatened to sue me for defamation if I continued posting about my situation on public forums. I told him I'll be waiting for his letter. He stated that my account would be receiving a lifetime ban and I will not be receiving my withdrawal but I would get an eTransfer refund in 30 days, and all this information would be included in an email I was supposed to receive on Monday April 22, 2019. I still have not received any such email, and my emails/call/texts to him are again being ignored. The saga continues.

The most important piece of advice I can give when it comes to cryptocurrency is that what's true today, is not true tomorrow. You must stay up-to-date on current events in cryptocurrency because your investment could be at stake. In my case, EZBTC was exhibiting red flags and had many user complaints that I would have seen had I just done some research prior to sending my money. I was not up-to-date regarding the status of this "exchange".

David Smillie (owner of ezbtc.ca) operating under business # 1081627 B.C LTD. currently has 5 ongoing lawsuits against his company for unpaid funds:

  1. File number: 1812420 - GOLDLUST, Joseph v 1081627 B.C. LTD. - Supreme Civil (General)
  2. File number: 1963965 - ROBERTS, John v 1081627 B.C. LTD. - Provincial Small Claims
  3. File number: 172818 - GODWIN, Richard v 1081627 BC LTD - Supreme Civil (General)
  4. File number: 18104 - MCCALLUM, Evan v 1081627 BC LTD - Provincial Small Claims
  5. File number: 1862507 - WONG, Gary v 1081627 BC LTD. - Provincial Small Claims

You can get the latest information on all pending lawsuits against EZBTC here:
https://justice.gov.bc.ca/cso/esearch/civil/partySearch.do


List of numerous complaints against David Smillie and EZBTC:

https://files.fm/f/23ej52ff (David Smillie sued by Richard Godwin)

https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinCA/comments/bahzsm/another_bc_lawsuit_filed_against_ezbtc_1081627_bc/ (David Smillie sued by John Roberts)

https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinCA/comments/99fs6i/2_new_court_filings_against_ezbtc_in_the_past_week/ (More lawsuits)

https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinCA/comments/8mjtjb/amaa_exowner_of_ezbtc_resigned_when_i_realized_it/ (Ex-CTO of EZBTC blows whistle)

https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinCA/comments/b53zq3/please_sticky_this_post_im_a_developer_who_worked/ (EZBTC developer blows whistle)

https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinCA/comments/939ce2/40_days_and_counting_fiat_withdrawal_ezbtcca/

https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinCA/comments/926adi/ezbtcca_may_have_gone_bust_toronto_offices_have/

https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinCA/comments/973yrz/ezbtcca_is_likely_insolvent/

https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinCA/comments/98njea/worth_visiting_ezbtc_offices/

https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinCA/comments/901847/concern_regarding_ezbtc/

https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinCA/comments/9181nx/banned_from_ezbtcca_chatroomhave_not_rcvd/

https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinCA/comments/arnboh/ezbtc_will_my_girlfriend_ever_see_her_money/

https://coiniq.com/ezbtc-review/

https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinCA/comments/ao680q/what_are_customers_latest_experiences_with_ezbtc/

https://warosu.org/biz/thread/10773849

https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinCA/comments/bfqrv1/fortune_jack_here_regarding_david_smillie_and/

https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinCA/comments/b57fq9/ezbtc_terms_of_service_wayback_machine/

https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinCA/comments/arfa5x/ezbtc_is_so_fake_check_this_out/

https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinCA/comments/95rpl5/to_those_staying_silent_for_ezbtc_defamation/
submitted by TokenFlair to investing [link] [comments]

Where to buy Bitcoin in person around Toronto area?

Hey guys, new to this and looking to get my first bitcoin. I'm in downtown area. Looking for something local.
Thanks
submitted by bullionbull to BitcoinCA [link] [comments]

Bitcoin ATM

Looking to launch a Bitcoin ATM in Canada. What are some important need to knows that I should be aware of?
submitted by Jmichek to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Why I believe we're on the cusp of the 3rd great Bitcoin bubble

We've recovered from the last crash
You might think it's a bit early (based on the time frame for the last recovery), but things are looking a lot different than in 2011. I would suggest its because the last bubble popped prematurely due to Mt. Gox's failure of a trading engine.
Interest in buying Bitcoins has gone up to its highest point since the last bubble.
There's a similar spike in general interest. Partly helped along by the Silk Road news.
The network is being used at the same rate as during the last bubble.
The Bitcoin ATM story (see below) is causing Bitcoin to trend in Canada on Google (was #1 for a bit). The $27 story (see below) will almost certainly cause a large spike worldwide in Google trends once they're updated up to yesterday.
Lots and lots of new businesses now accept Bitcoins
One legitimate criticism of Bitcoin last year was the lack of places to spend them. We basically just had Alpaca Socks, Reddit and Wordpress, we've grown a lot since then!
Charities and others are taking donations
The first Bitcoin I ever spent was to donate to Wikileaks. More and more places are setting up Bitcoin donation buttons, because why not?
The $27 story is going massively viral
I think the attention this story is getting took a lot of us by surprise. We're thinking "of course if you bought Bitcoins in 2009 you're rich" and it didn't make much of a splash. But to the rest of the world it's a very novel and interesting story.
The first Bitcoin ATM has been installed
Easier way for people acquire Bitcoins with cash. Lots of free publicity. More machines are on their way and will generate more and more news.
Institutional money is coming
Afraid with the price at $200 that it will be hard to find enough moms and pops to keep money coming in faster than miners are selling? Don't be, there are individuals out there with a net worth higher than the entire Bitcoin ecosystem.
Interesting new developments
Cool things that didn't exist before the last bubble (as far as I remember).
Governments are explicitly saying it's not illegal
More and more governments are either saying Bitcoins are legitimate currency, or releasing guidelines for exchanges to comply with anti-money-laundering laws.
New generation of exchanges
Mt. Gox's terrible trading engine was a huge factor in the last crash. They couldn't keep up with all the new interest.
This time around there are more exchanges in more countries, and not a single point of liquidity.
submitted by DTanner to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

6 new Bitcoin ATMs launched in Toronto, Ontario

Instacoin has launched 6 additional Bitcoin ATMs in Toronto (GTA) making it a total of 44 machines in Canada. Here are the details of the new locations:
1) Toronto
Convenience Canada 1181 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1J4
2) Toronto
Sam's Food Stores (Chinatown), 24H, Two-way 339 College St, Toronto, ON M5T 1S2
3) Scarborough
Pioneer Gas Station, 24H 1980 Lawrence Ave E, Scarborough, ON M1R 2Z1 MOVED TO: Ibrahim B.B.Q. Shawarma 1967 Lawrence Ave E, Scarborough, ON M1R 2Z2
4) Mississauga
Danton Convenience, Two-way 7025 Danton Promenade, Mississauga, ON L5N 5N4
5) Oakville
K & J Variety, 2690 Westoak Trails Blvd, Oakville, ON L6M 3T3
6) Ajax
Sam's Food Stores (Ajax), 24H, Two-way 26 Hunt St, Ajax, ON L1S 3M2
For info and prices of all Instacoin locations, please visit:
https://www.instacoinatm.com/locations.html
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Instacoin Bitcoin ATMs now in Hamilton, Kitchener, + newly added locations for the GTA.

Instacoin has expanded into two new Ontario areas with 24/7 Bitcoin ATMs in Hamilton and Kitchener.
Hamiltonians can visit us at Big Bee Convenience:
270 King St W, Hamilton, ON L8P 1A9 (More info)
Folks in the KW will find our machine at Hasty Market:
11 Westwood Dr, Kitchener, ON N2M 2K5 (More info)
We've also added four new GTA machines:
For more info on GTA locations, please visit https://www.instacoinatm.com/bitcoin-toronto-en.html
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What is the point of atms if they're going to shut down operations everytime the price goes down?

I'm in Toronto, I've had this problem several times. First time the price dropped below $400 CAD i went to buy Bitcoin at the Robocoin machine on Bloor street and it didn't work, once the price went up to $480-500 the machine was functioning again. Then I went yesterday when the price was still around $400 CAD and the machine stopped working again.
Then I went to Cavirtex atm at Yorkdale, my first time there, out of service. Called their number no support.
Such a terrible look.
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Toronto Daily - Apr 8th 2018

Welcome to the Toronto Daily Thread.

This thread serves two purposes:
1) To collect and make visible new posts in smaller Toronto based subreddits.
Feel free to visit, comment and be generally helpful in posts indexed below. Please also remember to stay on your best behaviour when travelling outside of /toronto.
2) To act as a general off-topic conversation hub for the day.
To that end, use this thread to talk about whatever is on your mind, regardless of whether or not it's related to Toronto.
No matter where you're posting, please remember to be excellent to each other.

/AskTO

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Where to get business professional suit for a student? rkar7331 1
"Adventurous" date in (or near) downtown Toronto? ProblematicSalesman 6
How would I go about trying to buy land? 2 acres at most. Scrolling around on Google Maps looking for empty spots just outside the GTA (north of Brampton). Don't even know where to begin. _shake_up_weeple_ 5
Where can I buy unique t Shirts(Men) SunnySilvers 4
Where to get good photos for Tinder? SnakeBob2015 18
Broken USB Stick. Need files NoDrip67 14
City Condoms - which one is more fun? iammiroslavglavic 1
Catching a Kijiji Scammer testtrialerror 14
Where is an inexpensive place to get dinner and sit on my laptop for a couple hours (outlet required)? nthinlikeagoodfeelin 2
Best Thrift Stores in Chinatown? Roeuny 2
Girls - where can I find XXS bikini bottoms that aren’t thongs/cheeky? little-bird 7
ScotiaBank Marathon treepaper 6
Yesterday I went to a walk in clinic (telemedicine), is there a way I can voice my concern about this Kamakimo 7
Any bars serve Freedom 35? ULTRADETH 2
What’s the point of PC Optimum for groceries? stayxcurious 23
I finally got my Open Work Permit! Anybody have advice on where I can look for jobs in Tech / Machine Learning / Web Engineering? 1de0mux 8
Best Subway Stations for Bikes? mc-snorlax 5
Do you need a down payment to buy a car? SoThinny 16
Basketball in the east end freddie79 12
Toronto hot spots for finding Glow-in-the-dark Canada 150 Coin? GeneralTsoChikn 2
Is North York part of Toronto or the GTA? goosegirl11 5
Bitcoin ATM experiences? Justin_Trudoe 1
Internet sharing TorontoJD 10
Physiotherapist recommendation eco_bach 3
Pet adoption, seems like a lot of these places have overly intensive processes? lemonylol 10

/TorontoEvents

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MONDAY April 8 at 8:30PM! Meltdown Open Mic 🎤 (FREE) MeltdownTO 0
[TONIGHT!!! - Saturday At Comedy Bar ONLY $10 Pro Comedians](https://www.reddit.com/Torontoevents/comments/8akwv8/tonight_saturday_at_comedy_bar_only_10_pro/)
[SUN APR 8] RACING FANS: Come watch the FORMULA 1 Bahrain Grand Prix at a Pub Downtown 🇧🇭🏁🍻🎉 FlatOutFever 0
Variety Open Mic/Bucket Show @ Comedy Bar - Tuesday, April 10 at 11:15 (FREE) TonsOfUsername 0
Beg, Borrow & Steel: a circus punk party to fund art! See amazing performances at the Monarch Tavern on April 21, 2018, starting at 9:00pm and support the creation of art as you revel in the madness! rule2productions 1
SATURDAY! NALCS: North American League of Legends Championship Series Viewing Party 👊 MeltdownTO 4

/LostAndFoundTO

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Etherium in Toronto < Ontario Canada ????

I purchased some Bitcoin about 7 years back from Bitcoin ATM machines in and around the Greater Toronto Area. The spreads were fair and I had some cash then . Now I also have some cash and would like to purchase Etherium due to the price and its potential upward mobility . I can not find Etherium ATMs on a quick google search and the old ATM I used is not there anymore . Was wondering if Etherium based ATMs even exist..and if so, are there any in the Greater Toronto Area ?
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Instacoin Bitcoin ATMs now in Hamilton, Kitchener, + newly added locations for the GTA.

Instacoin has expanded into two new Ontario areas with 24/7 Bitcoin ATMs in Hamilton and Kitchener.
Hamiltonians can visit us at Big Bee Convenience:
270 King St W, Hamilton, ON L8P 1A9 (More info)
Folks in the KW will find our machine at Hasty Market:
11 Westwood Dr, Kitchener, ON N2M 2K5 (More info)
We've also added four new GTA machines:
For more info on GTA locations, please visit https://www.instacoinatm.com/bitcoin-toronto-en.html
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Long time lurker. Would really like to reach out finally. I'm the owner of www.dogecoinswag.com, and a Shibe since a few months after Dogecoin's creation. Please hear me out!

From Toronto good morning all,
For one second, I want to preach about Dogecoin. This place changes lives. It's a runaway force, predominantly driven by selfless people. I've watched the pains, and witnessed the highs. It always bounces back because we don't give up.
I believe it simply comes down to having the patience for eventual adoption, like with all innovative ideas throughout history. The Cryptocurrency community is full of those willing to take a bit of risk on something that could truly be an/their anchor in the long run.
For example, my long lost brotherly friend is currently installing a Bitcoin ATM machine into a prominent Canadian University, while he runs Miners and works at his 9-5 job.
This year I wined and dined my Dad seeking investment money to match the three to five thousand I was willing to sink into graphics cards that was coming eventually (great lunch, nothing really came from it though haha).
I believed in Cryptos when I first learned about them and eventually Dogecoin became my own personal home of all the Altcoins. Sorry to get all sappy and stuffff, but I can feel the spirit and faith in Dogecoin from so many of you. In the physical sense, I believe we are a collective conscious that cannot be destroyed for as long as the Internet exists. However the intangible is something of a credo that so many on here follow naturally. Kindergarten stuff like 'don't do harm to your fellow Shibe' and 'take care of your fellow Shibes.'
To be honest, I have gotten caught up with a new event management company and don't have the time to take on all these goals I've thought about a long time for Dogecoin and Cryptos as a whole.
One night the idea of creating a clean simple shopping site that aggregates everything from custom Dogecoin merchandise you find on variation sites like "Etsy" (search those Crafty people out there trying to earn a buck and use www.dogecoinswag.com to increase their traffic/revenue) to professionally made stickers, stuffed animals/plush toys, Dogecoin/Doge icecube trays, tshirts, rugs (wut?), bottles, skateboards, ANYTHING, as well as other goods we all love to find in an interesting novelty type shops (i.e. lasers to show where we landed on the Moon) that people can purchase with Cryptos and "Regular Currencies". The majority of Cash would be pumped into the Market and essentially buy up bulk as a community. Can you see the cycle?
I was planning on getting started before August 15th when the money finally comes in to try and help finance something like this to get the beginnings in motion.
Here's where I'd like to somehow offer www.dogecoinswag.com to be a crowd-surfing site. I need an agreed amount of us willing to volunteer and take on an operation like this as I don't know many things with IT, Law, and Manufacturing. I'm hard pressed for time/capital as this event management company is moving pretty quick. Stressful, but a good stress.
Money would be very fairly split with all of you who participate.. perhaps some wage machine like faucet that automatically pays per hour clocked in for hundreds of employees wanting to work (on tasks deemed at the same level.. throwing stuff at the wall here this early), or maybe just some few would rather take this project on. Open to all of your suggestions.
A fair portion of revenue generated from this site will go back to making a brand new faucet that is constantly being pumped as www.dogecoinswag.com hopefully takes off and earns a residual worth. Faucet giveaways would be constant, and the rewards ideally the highest of all faucets.
The other goal would be that I am seriously interested in being the person to get clubs, lounges, bars, festivals, etc. to accept Cryptocurrencies as regular payment. I have quite a few places right now that would certainly entertain the idea if they knew they could generate some new revenue.
Imagine the exposure to Cryptos when people find out that huge bottle service party on the side was paid for in Dogecoin/Bitcoin? When Dogecoin and Bitcoin begin to infiltrate people's R&R time, it will become more and more of something accepted as it really needs some "cool people" to call it "cool". Sure, let's pay for this Helicopter ride over Niagara Falls with, Dogecoin.
I'd like to build a club myself that I've designed already and this all leads to it. Of course Crypto would just be the standard in there. Basically I am saying that if you guys help get all of this stuff moving, eventually I could create a place that caters to clients using Cryptos and who knows, maybe it would be the first place if this actually takes off in time before we see that idea become a commonality.
I just came from Dogecoinbeg and after sorting by All-time and Top, posts I sadly noticed that the Beg threads were all fairly similar, and not really any "grandiose ideas". Grandiose is often a word that shuts down peoples' dreams. I didn't want to post in there for fear this would get buried.
Being dead serious and have about 7k+ before mid-August. It would be absolutely fantastic to talk about making what I think could be the home e-store for Dogecoin (Crypto as a whole?) paraphernalia among other goods, with people from all around the world.
I'm back in the event management type business for the second time now, and my anxiety is going off the wall. The often cruel and judgmental people in this industry got the best of me the first time around. This time around has too much now committed to not face everything head-on, and finally make this passion a reality.
What that random paragraph meant is that, I can't ease your skepticism that I won't screw you over, but I can tell you that I know how it feels to be screwed over.
I finally decided tonight that I'm okay with the potential that by creating this post, I end up having the idea taken. It's worth a shot for the potential of added positivity as I don't have my own the time/capital to dedicate to what a project like this truly needs. So, I invite you to team up with me. Help me do what we are known for and organize www.dogecoinswag.com as a group and we'll ALL grow together.
Have an awesome weekend Shibes, and thanks for all your consideration.
-Red
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