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    This is the exact typical type of attitude someone has who didn't buy BTC when it was cheap because they thought it was a fraud and for criminals. So now they are so salty and bitter they continue with their same silly argument that it's for 'the mafia' and 'money laundering' LOL

    The old "If I can't participate I'll sit on the sidelines and hate"


    Quote Originally Posted by Roulette Zeitung View Post
    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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    You are right!! Fiat has zero illegal activity!

    Quote Originally Posted by Roulette Zeitung View Post
    "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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    Quote Originally Posted by BestBonusBets View Post
    You are right!! Fiat has zero illegal activity!
    i mean if anyone wants to do something with whatever hold some value .. gold, platin, bitcoin, fiat currencies ... they gonna do it.

    I personally cant see that it has a future .. so that transfers are fast and anonymous ? No one will allow you to make anonymous transactions and fast can be done anyhow .. Sometimes I think people have the imagiantion that this is a free world and they can do what they want .. they try now already to follow all our steps .. and you want to tell me with money and something valuable they will say: Let them do it ??

    not gonna happen

    I would check that i will sell my bitcoins when it reaches 25k because i think thats a crucial amount for many to sell anyhow what they invested .. so after that it will plung again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by COPCapo View Post
    i mean if anyone wants to do something with whatever hold some value .. gold, platin, bitcoin, fiat currencies ... they gonna do it.

    I personally cant see that it has a future .. so that transfers are fast and anonymous ? No one will allow you to make anonymous transactions and fast can be done anyhow .. Sometimes I think people have the imagiantion that this is a free world and they can do what they want .. they try now already to follow all our steps .. and you want to tell me with money and something valuable they will say: Let them do it ??

    not gonna happen

    I would check that i will sell my bitcoins when it reaches 25k because i think thats a crucial amount for many to sell anyhow what they invested .. so after that it will plung again.

    Whether it's bitcoin that succeeds or not, cryptocurrency is here to stay IMO

    Bitcoin probably won't be the king daddy forever. First there was bebo, then there was myspace, then there was facebook

    BTC will be no different

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