As agreed in the village meeting, here is the offer from our local
Vegas ATM operators. The company has offered to operate our machine
using their MSB (money transmitter) license. They have a fixed KYC
policy as well, so I assume that exchanging small sums with no
identification or large sums after photo identification is possible
Regardless of whether we accept their offer, it's possible that we
reconfigure the machine for all the reasons given during the meeting.
I'm trying to:
Ensure that people can exchange small amounts for testing purposes
with no loss of private data (no free giveaway of face, blood type,
numbers, and whatever else appears on identification cards.)
Request that one treasurer can be copied on all private email.
Request that we maintain control over the machine, in order to
open it and review its construction for education purposes.
Request that I can reveal the name of the company and the
names of people who will service the machine using the MSB.
Request that we can verify that they have a MSB license.
We can reject this offer and try to have the machine in our village
even with no proper license. If anybody wants this, please suggest
how the arrangement should be.
Does anybody want to be the contact person for this company if
we choose to accept their offer to operate our loaned machine?
Are there other questions aside from the 'Im trying to...' list
that I should ask them in the next days?
Michael Schloh von Bennewitz
Software Development Engineer
Europalab Networks R&D, Munich
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