On October 14th an unlikely event took place at a Texaco gas station in Atlanta, Georgia when an armed robber (male) entered the store around 11:45pm. In the midst of the chaos a shot was fired that hit a ChainBytes Bitcoin ATM.
The bullet hit and shattered the screen, but the steel frame behind it stopped the bullet from impairing the function or compromising the integrity of the machine. ChainBytes is known for manufacturing Bitcoin ATM machines that are extremely strong and built to last.
No one is believed to have been injured, and, as of October 25, 2021, police are still searching for a suspect. The machine itself, after a quick screen replacement, was operational again just 72h following the event.
Who is ChainBytes?
ChainBytes is a veteran-owned, U.S. based company that specializes in enterprise solutions for those wanting to set up and operate their own Bitcoin ATM fleets.
ChainBytes CEO, Eric Grill, is quoted as saying, “With over 30 years of experience in financial, hardware, and software development, at ChainBytes, we pride ourselves on offering the most reliable and operator-friendly Bitcoin ATMs on the market.”
If you are looking to launch your own Bitcoin ATM business, ChainBytes is the place to start! With it’s high-quality hardware, up-to-date and reliable software, customizability, and responsive customer support, ChainBytes stands out from the crowd.
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