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ATM inventor’s son publishes book about cash machines

Categories : Cash is efficient, Innovation contributes to the efficiency of cash
November 14, 2017
Tags : ATM, ATMs, Cash, Innovation
Hole in the Wall: Memoirs of a Cash Machine is James Shepherd-Barron's new book on the history, present and future of ATM machines.
Communication Team / Equipo de Comunicación

Fifty years ago the first ATM was installed at Barclays Bank’s Enfield branch in London. Today, the son of the inventor, James Shepherd-Barron, published a book about the history and innovation of the cash machine.

Hole in the Wall: Memoirs of a Cash Machine leads the reader through the story that triggered the invention of the first automated teller machine to our days, where the ATM is not only a “cash dispenser” but also a high tech machine that can read banknotes’ many security features, can makes notes unusable if tampered with or simply provide the user with banking services.

An interesting read for both professionals and amateurs of the ATM industry.

To read the original article [paywall], please click here