On 17.07.2018 at 17:06 Sean Coughlin wrote:
> Do you want me to ask the Defcon organizer if our village is
> by a insurance policy for any particular thing? Should I make the
> question general (stating no particular thing?)
Yes. It's important that we know what exposures and coverage we have.
I've asked the Defcon village contact. When they answer questions, it
sometimes takes a long time.
> Hands on, there is only so much to demonstrate with a BATM.
To fill in some of the empty time slots on the educational tasks, I've put
in a few hours for this demonstration. I'll work on some ideas like this to
fill in the time.
This is an excellent idea, as it reduces risk considerably if a staff
person is standing near the machine to welcome those interested in
learning about it. Equally good, it closes holes in our education program.
> I think the ATMs one floor below (literally underneath our
> sometimes manipulated, so this is a valid concern. It would be good if
> you and me to both state in email that there is increased risk and we
> recommend limiting transactions in time (one per 5 minutes?) or amount
> (maximum 50 USD) or both. We can recommend that they keep a maximum
> (100-200 XMR?) in the machine's server. We can limit the XMR provider's
> (operator or manufacturer) risk as well by turning the machine on only
> when a staff person is standing next to it.
Yes, this is smart. We will have to work with the ATM operator to make sure
they understand this.
I think I got my calculation wrong when suggesting a maximum machine
server wallet value, but it's the general idea that counts.
Michael Schloh von Bennewitz
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Europalab Networks R&D, Munich
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