I spotted this machine a Jewel Osco shop in Chicago. It’s a coin counter. And if I remember correctly, it allowed the user to convert loose change to either cash or pre-paid cards or gift cheques.
I remember seeing a Philippine version of a coin counter. It was an invention by a member of the Philippine inventor’s association.
I remember it was like a lunch box with a window to see where the coins go. There was a receiving pan at the top of the box where all the coins were placed. The user would just have to manually slide the coin into a slot at one corner of the pan. When the coin fell through, it would be sorted automatically and will be stacked inside the clear box in a neat row of coins.