Boston based Bitcoin market LibertyX got the approval to sell bitcoins in New York via ATM following the decision from the DFS. From now on, people will be able to buy BTCs with their debit cards.\r\n\r\n"We just received the BitLicense and are excited to announce LibertyX is coming to New York! Soon you will be able to purchase bitcoin from your neighbourhood ATM," The company said in a tweet.\r\n\r\nIn a press release titled "DFS continues to advance responsible innovation in New York's fintech industry, the regulator announced the decision to allow LibertyX to offer services in the Empire State.\r\n\r\nAs the press release said, LibertyX will be the first company that receives a licensee to allow customers to use debit cards to purchase Bitcoin from traditional ATMs.\r\n\r\n\u201cDFS continues to lead the way in responsibly supervising and advancing innovation in New York\u2019s flourishing financial technology sector through a strong state-based regulatory regime,\u201d said Superintendent Vullo in the press release.\r\n\r\n\u201cToday\u2019s approvals add to the growing list of responsible virtual currency providers who recognise and appreciate how a comprehensive regulatory framework fosters a competitive marketplace that benefits both consumers and industry.\u201d\r\n\r\nBefore the approval, the DFS submitted the applications to a comprehensive and rigorous review in the regulatory framework approved by the state. Every application is subject to be examined by regulators but also independent consultants to ensure New York consumers protection.\r\n\r\nCo-Founder & CEO of LibertyX Chris Yim acknowledged that the process was not easy, but \u201cafter an extensive review process, we are delighted to receive the blessing of the NYDFS (BitLicense) and offer the first debit card Bitcoin purchasing options to New York State residents.\u201d\r\n\r\nThe DFS also announced that the approval is linked to the following of "stringent requirements including" risk-based controls to prevent money laundering, terrorist financing, or any potential wrongful use of Bitcoin.\r\n\r\nLibertyX launched America's first Bitcoin ATM back in 2014. After almost five years, the company have now thousands of local stores where people can walk-in and buy bitcoins instantly. Stores accept cash and debit cards but also non-traditional methods like money wires, PayPal accounts.\r\n\r\nEach store charges a specific fee that usually works as a percentage of the transaction. LibertyX also has a convenience fee.