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Who Wants To Earn An Extra $36K Per Year?

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Just lose your job because all of a sudden manipulating the currency markets is not OK? Or because maybe Brian Moynihan runs your company? Maybe you still have a job, but you were informed that “black edge” will no longer be rewarded and you somehow don’t know who else has been insider-trading your way to the top? Well, if you’ve got some free space in your vestibule, Lamassu has a compelling business opportunity.

"What our machines represent is the man on the street, the guy who just wants to put in $10 in bitcoin or $200 in bitcoin. We didn't know what to expect, there's always a question mark until you realize that your operators are actually profitable and that this is a service that can really work."

Lamassu's survey estimated its operators earn between $1,000–$3,000 each month on an average commission of 5.5%. This equates to annual earnings for ATM operators of between $12,000 and $36,000 per unit.

Lamassu: Bitcoin ATM Owners Earning Up to $36,000 Per Year [CoinDesk]


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