NH-based Lamassu announces Rakia, New Open-source Back-end System for Bitcoin ATMs
Lamassu Bitcoin Ventures founders Matt Whitlock of Weare, and Josh Harvey and Zach Harvey, of Manchester, in Washington, D.C., at the International Students for Liberty Conference in February 2013.
Eventually Bitcoin ATM's will have to offer the same range of services. Bitcoin is however quite different than fiat currency and those differences actually make it quite easy to add features. New Hampshire-based Lamassu is working on a solution to this problem and its Rakia Open-source Back-end system is the first step.
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