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MMM’s Austin Mills chimes in on the emergence of Bitcoin ATM’s in convenience stores


When bitcoin ATMs arrived on the scene about four years ago, the virtual currency and peer-to-peer payment system stepped out of the online world into the real world. Before, bitcoin users had to purchase the currency on a bitcoin currency exchange and transfer to a digital wallet. 

“Some bitcoin ATMs may have questionable anti-money laundering practices and procedures that allow people to go from [traditional] currency to bitcoin without it being traceable to them,” said Austin Mills, head of the blockchain and cryptocurrency group at Atlanta-based law firm Morris, Manning & Martin LLC.


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Article by: Tim Grant
Featured in Post-Gazette, October 16, 2017

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