2016 Update: Bitcoin ATM Toronto opens late all year long

Bitcoin ATM Toronto opens late all year long

 
2016 Update: Our Bitcoin ATM Toronto opens late all year long.
 
Happy new year, Decentralists! We’re starting the year with some good news we’re eager to share with you.
 
If you’re looking for a Bitcoin ATM in Toronto that’s open late all year long, look no further than Decentral at 123 Spadina Avenue.
 
If you’ve stopped by our office recently, you would have noticed the recently installed glass partition separating the Bitcoin ATM from our working space. This is to allow you access to the machine to buy or sell bitcoins outside of our regular office hours (more info here).
 

Bitcoin ATM Toronto opens late all year long

Our new extended hours will be 9 am to 9 pm every day, 365 days a year. 
 
We imagine it’s convenient especially for those who have a 9 to 5 job. You can take your time to get dinner before heading over to our Bitcoin ATM for your transaction.
 
Even though our staff Bitcoin ATM Toronto opens late all year longwon’t be available in person during these extended hours, we have added a high-tech WiFi-equipped Ring doorbell near the machine (pictured on left) that you can use to reach one of us in case you need assistance. Press the button and you will be directed to either Nancy or Anthony, who can help you with what’s on the screen. So first-timers, we’ve got you covered.

 

 

Future plans for Bitcoin ATM

Since this new system has been working out very well for the past couple of weeks, we are working on expanding our network of Bitcoin ATMs in the city. Mississauga, Scarborough and midtown Toronto, we’re looking at you for now!

Keep checking our blog and follow our Twitter @DECENTRALca, our Facebook page and LinkedIn for more “Bitcoin ATM Toronto opens late all year long” posts and other updates.

 

Holiday Meetup: Decentralists, Toronto’s Bitcoin ATM, Refreshments and More

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Wrapping up 2015, Decentral celebrated with a holiday meetup party at our office last night. More than 70 people showed up to connect with fellow decentralized tech enthusiasts over snacks, wine and beer. When not networking, they were taking turns using Toronto’s Bitcoin ATM we have on site. Hayley was one of the first in line, handling that Bitcoin ATM quite well considering it’s her first time.

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Our little decentralist Hayley buying her first Bitcoin. It’s good to start early.

Among others that were present were Mat Cybula of Cryptiv, tech-entrepreneur William Mougayar, Vitalik Buterin’s father Dmitry, familiar faces from the Toronto Ethereum Meetup group and the DEC_TECH community, along with some new faces who were eager to find out what this disruptive space is all about, starting with how to use Toronto’s Bitcoin ATM.

 

We kept the event casual, so there wasn’t any ultra-technical, code-filled presentation on Ethereum or the blockchain technology. Instead, our CEO Anthony opened the night by introducing Decentral: We are an innovative hub for decentralized technologies, provider of fintech and blockchain consultancy, software developers, and home to Toronto’s first Bitcoin ATM. We are the first global hub for Ethereum, and the headquarter of Kryptokit, the security and privacy-based software company behind Rushwallet and EthereumWallet.com.
 
Shortly after Anthony opened it up to the crowd to introduce themselves and share what they do.
 
First to begin was the Decentral team. Or rather, we were put on the spot (all good though).
 

The Decentral Team

Nancy, Decentral’s administrator and Toronto’s Bitcoin ATM expert, went ahead and introduced herself to the crowd. Richard, the software developer behind our wallets was next; followed by one of our consultants JuanAsem, our quiet UI/UX designer; Anne, who just joined us last week as a marketing director; Josh, our COO who does a little bit of everything; Addison, our dapper legal counsel; Alex, our consultant and copywriter from the UK; Simon, our consultant and copywriter from Tiny, Ont. (yes, the place exists); myself, Decentral’s copy writer and social media manager (make my job easier by following us on Twitter @DECENTRALca and like-ing our Facebook page!); and finally, the man who needs no introduction, Anthony.

 

See you in 2016!

With that being said, thank you to everyone who made the time to celebrate the holidays with us. We wish you a happy holiday and see you in 2016!

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Buy Bitcoins in Toronto with Our Upgraded Bitcoin ATM

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While everyone’s waiting for 2016 to start anew, we’ve got ourselves a head start here at Decentral with our brand new Bitcoin ATM. Like the previous machine, the new one is also a two-way machine that lets you sell and buy bitcoins in Toronto. You can say this is our anniversary gift as we celebrate two years since we first introduced Toronto’s first Bitcoin ATM in January 2014.

What’s new?

If you’ve been here before, you would know that our old machine has four slots performing different functions. Customers often confuse one for another.
 
Our new Bitcoin ATM has only two slots: one for cash, and another one for receipts. Instead of bending down and looking for a slot to slide your phone in, you can now scan your QR code by holding your phone above the gleaming rectangular screen (pictured), which takes about a second or less. There’s no more need to bend down and look for a hidden scanner or worry about the lack of light when scanning a paper wallet.
 
For now, the machine is clad in a clean, white colour, but it will soon be decked out in a Decentral-themed façade.

Why buy bitcoins at Decentral and not elsewhere?

Unlike some BTMs, ours always have bitcoins. On the occasion of the machine facing technical difficulties, we will help you buy or sell bitcoins manually. If you’re buying your first bitcoin, there’s always someone to help you out. In other words, at Decentral we provide our customers with a white-glove service.
 
As always, all you need to perform a transaction are your phone that can receive texts, a Bitcoin wallet and some cash. If you need more information on how to buy bitcoins in Toronto — such as how much you can buy or sell, which wallet to use, etc. — our recently updated FAQ page would be helpful.
 
We’ll soon be unveiling some changes to better serve you (including opening our ATM after hours) so stay tuned for more updates!