Future of Bitcoin, is it Bleak?
Future of Bitcoin
Bitcoins are indeed one of the technological revolutions, and so to speak technological revolutions move fast. This means countries that benefit from fast-moving technologies position themselves early on the progress, just like the US railway system in the 1800s. In Europe, Germany took the opportunity to restructure and switching their position on digital currencies, further recognising them as account units. Additionally, a new bitcoin-related technology has been introduced, called Bitcoin ATM.
However, governments that move to regulate Bitcoins elicit a dichotomous effect, i.e. there will always be two sides, one for and one against. Convincing either side and dissuading them from their perspective is a daunting uphill task since there isn’t much of a middle ground to opinions stemmed from deep life philosophies.
The Worst Outcome
It goes without saying that the worst-case scenario will be, both sides agreeing that Bitcoin technology should be outlawed. Choking Bitcoin development will not realize the potentials it holds for the future. For instance, no one could have predicted its monumental benefits to society today when the internet was launched.
UK Banking Future of Bitcoin
Any individual who has attempted to set up a Bitcoin and Bitcoin ATM business has had their chances seem slim to none in the UK. One’s credit history must be checked and passed, followed by having a decent capital to invest in and finally, evidence to distance you from money laundering operations. Unfortunately, one still requires a simple bank account to buy and sell Bitcoins. Which they sometimes object to it.
Bitcoin makes money transfer easy, affordable and quick and traditional banking sectors have yet to catch up with the trend. As expected, users buying Bitcoins from bank accounts have a hard time. They have reported frustrations due to the complicated procedures, not forgetting delays in funds arriving and high transfer fees.
Additionally, credit and debit cards will incur charges and bear in mind that not all companies will accept them due to fraudulent chargebacks risk. Therefore, finding and using a Bitcoin ATM to facilitate your transaction is the best way to go.
Bitcoin ATMs are web-based
Bitcoin ATMs: The difference from regular cash machines
Bitcoin is an electronic currency, existing only in that form. Therefore, there are no cash withdrawals.
Differing from conventional cash machines, platforms, giving the user opportunity to convert their money to Bitcoin and vis a vi. Also, some of the Bitcoins ATMs can be used to buy and sell Bitcoins, most, however, do allow for purchasing only, making them more of Currency Exchange Kiosk.
Another difference, is Bitcoin ATMs require two-factor authentication: first, you’ll have to confirm your phone number via an SMS code, followed by your identity via a fingerprint or face scan, sometimes, palm vein scan.
How to sell/buy BTC via a Bitcoin machine
Buying Bitcoin from a Bitcoin machine is relatively easy; all you need to do is scan your Bitcoin wallet’s QR code and insert the cash to finish the transaction. In your online account, the equivalent will be credited.
However, you should note that Bitcoin ATMs usually charge higher transaction fees, making these services costly. The traditional banking sector choking strategies could also be said to make it expensive for users to kick it out. The average Bitcoin ATM selling fee is about 5.38% while the buying fee is much higher at 7.83