A video posted on Reddit recorded a very interesting scene: the ATM in England 'sprayed' money at an electric train station no different from the gold leaf vibrating from the tree! This man had prepared a huge bag of money under it, but because the money was pushed out so quickly, he did not hit the bag but fell into the street.
According to the person who came back to the video, the guard was dispatched to keep order, making sure there was no theft problem. Adam Gramowski, CEO of Bitcoin Technologis – a Polish company specializing in installing ATMs to withdraw from Bitcoin wallets, said that this is not an ATM fault, simply that the amount needed to be withdrawn is too large, so the machine must speed up release money.
Video captures this amazing scene
Gramowski told The Sun newspaper: "As you have seen in the video, there is a bag that has been placed in front of ATM. However, because our ATM trees support users to withdraw huge amounts of money that only small bills (£ 20) should happen this phenomenon will be in the future we will have to think of methods to solve. "
Currently £ 20 is the second largest banknote to be circulated in the UK, while the largest one is £ 50. However, the £ 50 sheet currently used by very few people is at risk of being removed from the pre-circulated money list before being redesigned (and continued to be used) last year.