I know there are a few Bitcoin "ATM" machines in NH. However does someone know which of these machines require inputting IDs?
Since they are Bitcoin Vending Machines, not ATMs, no ID is required in Keene, Manch, Concord, or Portsmouth, as I understand it, @vermontsupreme.
Ian thanks for this. On a related question - not sure if you are involved with the Shire Free Church? I know they run some of the NH machines. I was curious with the new HB436 does one still have to register with Fincen to host a machine in NH? Do you know what bank might accept cash deposits from such a machine? I am thinking to purchase and open my own Bitcoin machine. Cheers!
I am. I administer the machine in Keene on behalf of the Church's Shire Bitcoin outreach.
No one that I know of has registered to run Bitcoin Vending Machines in NH. We are simply vending bitcoin from a hot wallet, not facilitating customers placing orders on an exchange, like a bitcoin ATM does.
Are you in Vermont?
If so, beware you may be targeted:
There is a GB vending machine at the Twin Mountain Country Store in Twin Mountain on 301. For any exchange ≤$99, there are no ID requirements. I think they require a ph # for $100 - $200, and require something in addition for >$200.