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    Default How often do you use crypto as payment?

    When gambling? Buying products? Me, I use it as much as possible.
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    I rarely use it because it is too valuable and constantly increasing in value. I prefer to use $USD instead

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    Rarely use it atm too ....but am looking for a recommended site to use bitcoin & travel (like booking hotels with Bitcoin...) if any one can recommend?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Breakout Affiliates View Post
    When gambling? Buying products? Me, I use it as much as possible.
    Yes, I use it from time to time.

    I've got a feeling it will start to become a regular type of payment for people throughout the world very soon.

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    I pay now almost all people in BTC and alts. I also use btc for personal remittance, so in a way, everything I buy is through bitcoins.

    There is no need just to hoard bitcoins. When it is cheaper with btc, use it and rebuy. You will help yourself and to bitcoins. When it is more expensive or the same price I use normal ways.
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    ass-blood sucked by the first from the last is his own

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sherlock View Post
    I pay now almost all people in BTC and alts. I also use btc for personal remittance, so in a way, everything I buy is through bitcoins.

    There is no need just to hoard bitcoins. When it is cheaper with btc, use it and rebuy. You will help yourself and to bitcoins. When it is more expensive or the same price I use normal ways.

    This is great. I do the same.
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    Wow! It really looks like more people will be getting on this bandwagon. It's very interesting to see this

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    I pay everything with Bitcoin.
    My bread from the village baker.
    Sausages.
    Butter.
    My dog tax.
    Charges for my house.
    All taxes.
    How wonderful.
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    wo scoops - not one! - two scoops of ice cream from the small but fine Italian ice-cream van here, still announcing the sweet delicacies with a handbell.
    And even the lady with red hair in the striptease bar.
    Yes, try to pay the stripper with your self-printed Bitcoin bill.
    Unfortunately, if she will investigate the bill in her lingerie it will end with a slap for you and 2.12 meters tall Eric from Sweden will show you the door.
    Like the baker.
    The butcher.
    Your tax office.
    Everyone.
    Because with a probability of 99% in the real world no one will accept Bitcoin and you can not even buy a piece of bread with it.

    Of course, you can play in online casinos with it.
    Like the Mafia is doing that.
    For money laundering.
    A proven fact and the reason, why Bitcoin Casinos are at the edge of the Abyss.
    Only an idiot believes, he can mess with Homeland or the Justice Department in his country.

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    Nice one Roulette Zeitung, made me laugh!

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    Maybe not a real bread but a sandwich...


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    Hopefully, you do not believe, that the existence of some fistful of Subway franchisers in Moscow, Buenos Aires, Slovenia and USA, who uses Bitcoin as an eyecatcher marketing tool to look "modern" and "hip", is evidence, that Bitcoin is real money in everyday life?



    In Germany, one of the richest countries in the world, with the exception of a part of the youth no shop, store or company really cares about Bitcoin in the real life, because they are no idiots, and outrageous transaction fees and fluctuation waves as if they were designed from a mental asylum, are simply a no-go for companies in the real life. Not only there. This is the reason, why e.g. world's biggest game software seller Steam banned Bitcoin.

    Go to Cryptowatch ( https://www.cryptowatch.de ) and watch the insanity of the speculation machine.

    And I can't stop laughing, when German nerds are spamming forums with their insane begging "Please purchase my aftershave with Bitcoin" posts. Yes, I am not making fun. I've seen that. This is real and so absurd.

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    Mmm... all this bitterness towards cryptocurrencies reminds me so much "Men can't fly!" shouted against Leonardo da Vinci in his ages. Then came the planes...


    Crypto are (and will be) a total waste of... what? Oh, Wait:
    https://www.hotelginebra.com.es/welcome/cryptocurrency-accepted/

    I own ADA... lol! Next time in Barcelona should I pay with them?

    Step 1.

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    This handpicked pseudo-arguments reminds me at the handpicked pseudo-arguments of the Flat Earthers or Simon Shack's September Clues.

    The fact is very simple, and it is a fact. The majority of Bitcoin is of criminal origin, a new huge wave of serious crime is on the rise only because of Bitcoin, the Mafia is taking almost all Bitcoin Casinos as a tool for money laundering, this is confirmed since last year by Italian officials, and a regulation will stop the anonymity and then the smart people, who sold their Bitcoin on time, can make a party, and the idiots, who still believe, money is coming out of nowhere and Bitcoin will rise to 1,000,000 will have nothing, and this happens within 4 days.

    My main point is very clear: For me the the most interesting fact is, that all the Bitcoiners - without real arguments - do not want to talk about the crime. This is so unmasking and the reason, why countries like Israel are going to ban companies who are only dealing with Bitcoin.

    Then the fact-denier "argument" is coming, that with cash also crime will be paid.
    Textbook example of September Clues logic. The difference is, the live torture, live sexual abuse and live slaugthering of children, the hiring of hitmen, the drugs, the weapons, the hijackings and the hacking can only be paid with Bitcoin, not with cash. Bitcoin made this crimes possible in the first place, and the majority of all Bitcoins are subject of crime or speculation.

    Again: The uncomfortable truth, that this is nothing but a "crime-(peusdo)currency", a anonymous possibilty to make live torture, sexual abuse and slaugthering of children possible, this truth Bitcoin hypsters does not want to hear.

    Of course, only as long as they will miss their own child, that will later be seen in the Red Room on the Dark Net and abused in front of a paying Peter Scully Bitcoin fanbase audience, sitting at home and masturbating behind their monitors.

    The Bitcoin guys better should take their money and say, I made my profit, this is fine but I have also a responsibility to my own children, to other people, to everyone, who will be killed with Bitcoin, because I have it my hands and are still in profit, and I do not want to be a greedy reckless guy who attacked people who fight crime on the lowest level in a forum.

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    "The majority of bitcoin is of criminal origin" ... absolute no-coiner fairy tale.

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    The fact is very simple. And is a fact. Criminals use all "tools" that generate money. Call them fiat currencies, bitcoin, shitcoin or even just "confetti".
    Criminals use fiat currency to launder money in online casinos as long as they use bitcoin or other crypto. This is a fact. And I know, just read our blog...

    The fact is: YOU CHOOSE. You choose where you want to be. Which side.
    The fact is: blockchains bases technologies are the future. Whether you like it or not.
    The fact is: a regulation is needed. Without any doubt.
    The fact is: "vampires" (governments) will force their hands along regulations. Just take a look on "regulations" about gambling... if a casino has a "paid fee" (license) they can always ruin people with gambling (just add a stupid 18+ on the footer or tell them "play accordingly"... it's like telling the wolf to not eat the lamb... if this "paid fee" is missing, casinos are just Satan under the form of a Roulette.

    From my end, I don't deny anything. I've seen too much to deny things, from my past as an Army Officer passing by my actual job. Nothing.

    No more "bitcoins"? Where is the problem? "Mafia" will re-start to use fiat (or just continue to use it). Pedophiles will abuse (my God... shame on them. Vomit) childs for a €30 phone recharge. All as usual.

    This is the world. YOU CHOOSE. You choose your side.
    It's not about bitcoin or fiat. Stop.

    P.s: I sold part of my Bits. Party. Currently holding some cryptos that I really trust and not for money but for their techs (future... unrealistic as for now).

    P.p.s: the talking about Israel that want ban "bitcoin" made me laugh. Where they were when thousands of scams from companies they "host" popped out? Gambling related and non... I just hate hypocrisy...

    In late 2003 my unity seized in Afghanistan hundreds of European made weapons along with bags full of fiat currencies (euro, mainly)... not bitcoin.

    Bitcoin or Fiat. Criminal or not. You choose.

    C'mon Roulette. It's the world. Just fight, don't deny

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGooner View Post
    "The majority of bitcoin is of criminal origin" ... absolute no-coiner fairy tale.
    Ditto.
    So: me, my father, my sister and a lot of people I know... all criminals?

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    "The majority of bitcoin is of criminal origin" ... absolute no-coiner fairy tale.

    It is a proven fact, that almost 1,000,000 Bitcoin have been stolen due to hacking, hijacking or blackmail. That means, every 17th Bitcoin is acquired through theft.

    Italian officials confirmed already last year, that Mafia is using Bitcoin Casinos for money laundering on a large scale.

    40 percent of Bitcoin is held by perhaps 1,000 users, who know each other, and so insane chart fluctuations can be the result of prohibited agreements.

    Multi-billions Dollars for crimes will be paid every year with Bitcoin in the Darknet.

    Count it togehter.

    Of course, for people like you, billions of computer hacking incidents, Silk Road, Peter Scully or Red Rooms, the whole Darknet, this must be also only fairy tales or "isolated incidents".

    And the empire of some pizza shops and hotels worldwide, they are without any doubt the huge majority of Bitcoin.
    Of course.

    Oh my Goodness, even Steam bans Bitcoin, because they are fed up with the costs and the unpredictability.

    And this indirectly unspoken mocking of abused children and downplaying the Bitcoin crimes, which is the result of your two people's downplaying, this is not my problem. The audience is not flooded by idiots, you know? But I must honestly, say, after what I have seen during two years investigation in the Darknet, that I really feel ashamed for you, both of you, for that downplaying.

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    Sorry, Roulette... how much fiat has been stolen through robberies, killings and so on over years?
    How much euros, dollars, dinars, florints have been spent in the darknet for illicit traffics, including childs?
    I bet... a ridiculus high amount, a lot more than 1.000.000 worth of Bitcoin...

    I think you’re missing the point that as long as you call money like euro, dollar, bitcoin or “pasta al sugo”... a criminal is always a criminal and he will always try to take profit in a dark way.

    I’m starting to feel offended... LOL! You really think that I’m a gangster?

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    seriously, i always hear ... I use bitcoin to buy as much as possible

    What are you buying ??? Where I live there is nothing you can buy for your daily needs ... im not talking buying some products you buy once in a year .. daily needs ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by COPCapo View Post
    seriously, i always hear ... I use bitcoin to buy as much as possible

    What are you buying ??? Where I live there is nothing you can buy for your daily needs ... im not talking buying some products you buy once in a year .. daily needs ?

    Bitcoin in it's current state is no good for micro-transactions, but for large transactions its still a viable system.

    Micro-transactions will be utilised through other coins with higher tx/s thresholds such as LTC, with anonymous options such as NAV.

    Lightning network is a bitcoin subchain which will allow users to deposit funds from their bank "cold wallet" into their pockets "lightning wallet", this will have almost 0 transaction times and a minimal fee ($0.001) proposed.

    This will allow for greater adoption and acceptance, with the new law in the UK meaning you can no longer add credit / debit card fees to transactions it could be the UK that sees this initial adoption.

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