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  • Profile photo of EngeloRumoraEngeloRumora
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    Just got some BC and sent to litetree.com

    Gonna trade them for Litecoins lollol

    Hey Freckle,

    You have a lazy 190 BC laying aroun? haha

    http://www.bitpremier.com/

     I am trying to list a house I own in Rochester New York on their waiting to see if they will approve haha

    Thanks

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    Cameron Winklevoss: Bitcoin Might Hit $40,000 Per Coin:

    http://mashable.com/2013/12/16/cameron-winklevoss-bitcoin/#!

    Wouldn't it be great to know a few celebrities, buy some BCs and then get them to jump on reddit and speculate the sh!t out of it…

    #winning

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    Profile photo of EngeloRumoraEngeloRumora
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    Jimmy86 wrote:
    Cameron Winklevoss: Bitcoin Might Hit $40,000 Per Coin:

    http://mashable.com/2013/12/16/cameron-winklevoss-bitcoin/#!

    Wouldn't it be great to know a few celebrities, buy some BCs and then get them to jump on reddit and speculate the sh!t out of it…

    #winning

    haha

    Pump and Dump lollol

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    Profile photo of EngeloRumoraEngeloRumora
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    Hey guys,

    How about this?

    http://www.news.com.au/finance/real-estate/real-estate-broker-we-accept-bitcoins/story-fndban6l-1226796325563

    Would you consider accepting Bitcoins for your house if if you could get double of what the property is actually worth?

    Thanks

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    Profile photo of AlasdairAlasdair
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    This could be a major setback for bitcoin and other virtual currency companies …..

    ONE of the world’s largest bitcoin exchanges has seemingly disappeared, delivering a severe blow to the virtual currency as it struggles to gain legitimacy.

    A coalition of virtual currency companies said on Tuesday that Tokyo-based Mt. Gox went under after secretly racking up catastrophic losses.

    Since its creation in 2009, bitcoin has become popular among tech enthusiasts, libertarians and adventurous investors because it allows people to make one-to-one transactions, buy goods and services and exchange money across borders without involving banks, credit card issuers or other third parties. Criminals like bitcoin for the same reasons.

    Rest of story link below …..

    http://www.news.com.au/finance/business/bitcoin-exchange-mt-gox-disappears-from-web-after-massive-losses/story-fn5lic6c-1226837790823

    Profile photo of kylermricekylermrice
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    going to have to come back to this one, to much to type tonight to get caught up in this discussion.

    @freckle

    disregard my comments in the other post.  I can continue the discussion here.

    Profile photo of EngeloRumoraEngeloRumora
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    It could be just a good a buying opportunity now.

    Too many business and people world wide have already accepted the currency. Everyday some news pops up how this and that company are now accepting Bitcoin payments, etc…

    Hasn't it taken off to much already to just go under or vanish?

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    Profile photo of kylermricekylermrice
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    Whole point of a crypto currency is that it's secure supposedly.

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    Currencies require 3 things;

    1. acceptance (internationally recognised as valuable on a wide scale and legitimised by authorities)
    2. integration (meshed in with other systems and legitimate currencies)
    3. security (protected from loss while in the system)

    Crypto currencies are a long way from meeting any of these requirements at this stage. Until they do buying into them is simply shooting dice at the casino.

    Profile photo of kylermricekylermrice
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    Crypto currencies are a long way from meeting any of these requirements at this stage. Until they do buying into them is simply shooting dice at the casino.

    That's why I mine them, already had the computers laying around.  Sure beats mining for precious metals.

    Profile photo of FreckleFreckle
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    kylermrice wrote:
    Sure beats mining for precious metals.

    Mate gets around oz/day. His partner took out $44k for 6-8 weeks last year. They use the same system as these guys.. (click the pic for more).

    They each have their own gear. Mate only goes for the big stuff. Reckons he lets go probably 55% of what passes over the screens as fine gold.

    Profile photo of AlasdairAlasdair
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    At the moment these new crypto-currencies such as Bitcoin seem to be in shambles and extremely insecure.

    A week ago a major Bitcoin exchange located in Japan, the Mt. Gox Exchange went bankrupt after losing over half a Billion dollars.

    Now we have Flexcoin, a site that described itself as the “world’s first bitcoin bank,” that has closed after being hacked. The company will shut down immediately because it does not have the resources or assets to recuperate from the loss.

    Article here = http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/03/04/us-bitcoin-flexcoin-idUSBREA2329B20140304

    Also smaller amount stolen here at the Poloniex Exchangehttps://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=499580

    Maybe these new crypto-currencies, just like the regular banks do need to be regulated by governments, Interpol and be taxed.

    Profile photo of thecrestthecrest
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    Fools gold, sorry.

    good luck

    cheers

    thecrest

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    Bitcoin was the beginning of something that is still evolving and changing today. Bitcoin is still around and a lot of people think of it as the staple cryptocurrency. What a lot of people are now starting to realise is the technology that Bitcoin was built on (BlockChain) and how that can be used for a whole lot of other pretty exciting things.

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    The majority of existing money in the world is digital already. Chequing or paying by cheque is already starting to become obsolete. Then it will be cash after that. A digital currency (even if run by goverment) would bring in billions more in missed tax revenue.
    and arnt Bitcoins worth like $800 each or something absurd? The potential for corruption i think is to high with a digital currency that is decentralized.

    Man i wish I bought at $800 haha

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