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Redstone Bank with 2-Step Verification

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ExpertCoder14 avatar ExpertCoder14
Level 21 : Expert Engineer
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This is a redstone banking system that I made. Unlike other redstone banks, this machine requires 2 items from users: an ID card, and their own customizable passkey item. There are 40 accounts.

Features

  • Minimalism: Just a minecart to insert items, a button to submit those items, and a barrel to get back items.
  • Informational: Coloured redstone lamp indicators show users whether their transactions are accepted or not. Flashes green if accepted, red if rejected, and blue once a transaction is successfully completed.
  • Security: Providing an incorrect passkey will cause the transaction to be declined and the account box will stay safely in the bottom and not be given.
  • Ease of Use: Ability for users to create their own accounts automatically, requiring only three copies of the ID card and passkey. No need for 18 or 20 items here.
  • Safety: Because items thrown at the safety deposit boxes will get stuck, a hopper system will return the stuck items to the user automatically.
  • Flexibility: Probably the most impressive feature is the ability for users to change their passkey item! By pressing certain buttons, the user can express their wish to change their passkey, and the machine will eject the old one from the system, and accept a new one as replacement, all automated without the need of an employee to go into the maintenance area.
The redstone device used to make it possible to change a user's passkey seamlessly is my Dynamic Item Filtration System (DIFS). Also included in the world are two standalone devices: one showing the innards of a DIFS unit, and one completed product showing the bare basics of how the system works.

Installation

All downloads are in .zip format for Minecraft Java Edition 1.16.x.
  1. Press the download button to download the files directly or from MediaFire.
  2. The compressed archive you will receive contains two folders: Documentation and Map. Copy or move the Map folder into your world saves folder. The Documentation folder is for you to look at. I highly recommend reading Manual.md, as it contains the main instructions.
Alternate download links:
  • Docs only: Learn more about the machine by downloading just the documentation.

Credits

Here is the credit and inspiration for this awesome machine.
  • K1 Inc. for their ATM design that I started with. I then worked off of it to create this one.

Bugs, questions, or suggestions? Comment below.
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Account Deletion is now available! : by ExpertCoder14 09/28/2021 2:54:04 amSep 28th, 2021

I finally rigged up a system that will allow the Delete Account system to function correctly—hopefully. Try out the Delete Account button and see if you encounter any problems with the system.

Be sure to read the manual for updated information.

This is probably the biggest update so far! See you in another one!
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06/13/2022 1:16 am
Level 21 : Expert Engineer
ExpertCoder14
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Okay, so I'm feeling ashamed of myself that I'm using old redstone techniques. I'm haphazardly trying to modernize my stuff, but it's not going well so far.

Hopefully something will come soon!
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12/23/2021 5:30 am
Level 1 : New Miner
bonana1
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How do you make a new account
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12/23/2021 12:01 pm
Level 11 : Journeyman Miner
Alexander Zlatanov
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Read the manual.
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03/20/2021 12:11 pm
Level 11 : Journeyman Miner
Alexander Zlatanov
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How to open .md files
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03/20/2021 10:32 pmhistory
Level 21 : Expert Engineer
ExpertCoder14
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Hello there, and thanks for checking out my ATM map! The .md files that you see are Markdown files. Markdown is a lightweight markup language for creating formatted text using a plain-text editor. This means that you should be able to open this file in Notepad, TextEdit, or any other primitive text editor on your computer.

For a more visual experience, you can paste the file contents into an online Markdown renderer but note that this won't include the images that come with it.
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02/23/2021 11:06 am
Level 54 : Grandmaster Lava Rider
eagoy
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From the front it looks remark-able small. With that in mind I expected to see command-blocks, but saw old-fashion redstone wire. Nice job!
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02/23/2021 6:59 pmhistory
Level 21 : Expert Engineer
ExpertCoder14
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Yes, because this machine stores accounts front-to-back. If you expand it, you won't see a difference in anything at the front. I'm honestly surprised myself that I was able to make a clean user interface without commands!

Question for you, what impressed you the most about the machine? A lot of stuff is at work here. And are there any changes I could make to improve? I'd love your feedback!
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02/24/2021 11:16 am
Level 54 : Grandmaster Lava Rider
eagoy
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I did a little dive into the machine, it works pretty fast. Although user friendliness is always troublesome/hard to achieve. A video tutorial wouldn't hurt. Or some picture guide showing the steps with instructions next to it. Even though it's pain in the ass if redstone is your main priority (which I can fully understand).

I do think I did something wrong already (okay, I admit I didn't read the manual first - so that's on me...)
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02/24/2021 1:41 pmhistory
Level 21 : Expert Engineer
ExpertCoder14
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I'm quite surprised that you somehow managed to ignore this webpage and the sign I placed right in front of the machine. Did you just ignore it?

Either way, if you're experiencing trouble, you can always re-install the world to reset the machine. If you still feel like things aren't working, feel free to drop another comment!

The manual document sort of is a picture guide as it is a Markdown file, including pictures. If you read it, you won't break the machine.

Just to nail it down, the most important rule to not break the machine is: Do not insert more than one item into hopper minecarts.

It's awesome you're taking a look behind the scenes of my machine. Just be careful not to fly into any tripwire because it will activate the wrong circuits at the wrong time.
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02/24/2021 2:15 pm
Level 54 : Grandmaster Lava Rider
eagoy
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Seeing some unknown file-extensions (*.md) is not very attractive to open without further thought. So I pressed some buttons, trying to figure it out myself. With a second attempt (fresh map) it worked pretty flawless (and looking through the *.md files). I believe I got stuck in the account creation thing in the first attempt.

The way you handle the minecarts in the back system (bubble column elevator for them) with tripwires and slime-blocks is pretty fancy & new to me.
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