New Bitcoin Vending Machine Launches in Manchester!

General Bytes

Manchester’s “General Bytes” Brand Bitcoin Vending Machine

After more than a year of providing the community with bitcoin in the Keene area, the Shire Free Church has now launched another Bitcoin Vending Machine, this one in Manchester!

Say hello to the “General Bytes” brand Bitcoin Vending Machine, now operational at Murphy’s Taproom! As with our Keene unit, the Shire Free Church’s goal is to bring bitcoin to the community at the lowest possible price, in furtherance of our mission of fostering peace. As a result, you’ll find the fee to be just 5%. (Though, it could be as high as 10% during a crazy spike in price – we’ve only had to do this once for a very short time in a year of operation in Keene.)

Murphy’s and the BVM are open seven-days-per-week, 11:30a-1a.

Murphy's Taproom on Elm St. is host to the Manchester Bitcoin Vending Machine.

Murphy’s Taproom on Elm St. is host to the new Manchester BVM.

Special thanks to Murphy’s Taproom owner Keith Murphy for being willing to host this new unit after the less-than-stellar performance of the previous unit located at Murphy’s by a company called PYC. PYC was not based in NH and now appear to be out of business. The previous unit in the Taproom was a Skyhook brand, which in my experience, is the worst possible unit to have in public.

This new General Bytes unit should be much more reliable, as it has a much higher quality bill receiver unit than the Skyhook.  Plus, it naturally comes in its beautiful yellow-and-black color scheme!  It’s also the second publicly accessible Bitcoin Vending Machine in New Hampshire, and in fact all of New England & Upstate NY, according to visitors to the Keene BVM and CoinATMRadar.com.

I’m grateful for the opportunity to continue to connect more people with bitcoin at an excellent rate. Please bring your bitcoin wallet and give the new BVM a try, any day of the week! To learn more about bitcoin, visit bitcoin.com.

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5 comments
Dante Pellicciotti
Dante Pellicciotti

Awesome. $3000 instant exchange limit is amazing. Coinbase can't even come close to that (currently at a $25 dollar daily limit)

I look forward to really taking advantage of this when I arrive. Thanks

Flint
Flint

@Doug Scribner: Don't forget the gambling. Fleecing folks at bingo, raffles, and other games. If those are legitimate, then vending machines are certainly legitimate.

Doug Scribner
Doug Scribner

Churches have bake sales, collect can to recycle for pay, and raise money in other ways. What's wrong with this?

Bsizzle
Bsizzle

Fraud church/ churches, all of them!

Good luck with all that.

Jumping Jacks
Jumping Jacks

Interesting. This so called "church" is pushing bitcoin. Yet another reason as to why it is a fake church.

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