Scb is a Bitcoin ATM.
It’s a bitcoin ATM, so it’s essentially an ATM that accepts bitcoin and other digital currencies.
It has a very limited amount of money, so you’ll want to have it set up as an offline ATM if you don’t want to deal with the hassle of moving around cash and credit cards in a physical location.
It can accept cash, debit cards, and PayPal, so if you want to use the ATM for anything other than the payment of a few dollars, you can use any debit card you’d like.
Scb has an interface similar to that of a traditional ATM, but it comes with some useful features that make it ideal for folks who want to go offline.
Scamplestock, a scammers site that sells malware, has a scb ATM with the word “scam” scb.com/api/api_settings.php?token=1c8e2a8e-b6b6-44c0-a5c6-f4a8b07a98b8 scb_id=10 scbID=20 scbName=Scammers Scam scburl=scbscb scbsc=scurl&type=address&address_id=&scb_url=&type=[payment] scbaddress=scbbscb&scbtoken=1 scbtoken=+scbtokeyname=+scbaddress&scbburl=1