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1  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Andreas Antonopoulos on the power of Bitcoin on: February 27, 2014, 02:52:03 PM
Video here, imagine the possibilities!
2  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / How to register assets in the blockchain on: February 27, 2014, 02:49:41 PM
There is much more to Bitcoin than mere currency (which barely touches its full potential).

One problem I have battled for many years is theft of original works without attribution to which I have copyright....

How to register assets in the blockchain such as original works (books, articles etc), and also items such as vehicles etc?

3  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Why Bitcoin IS Changing the World and the Old Corruptions Will Die on: February 26, 2014, 10:26:26 PM
Bitcoin by Andreas Antonopoulos and Stefan Molyneux

Pass this video around, email it to everyone you can in the lamestream media
4  Other / Off-topic / Sky is falling [again] on: January 24, 2014, 12:26:54 PM
Sheeple, looks like it's time to panic once again!  Be sure to sell low so that you can buy higher in the future!

Do yourselves a favor and simply hold your coins - or better yet, spend them on something you need.  These ups and downs are normal in any emerging disruptive technology.
5  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Snowball Effect on: January 23, 2014, 08:18:58 PM
As more companies accept Bitcoin payments, their competition are forced to follow suit or risk being left behind in the dust.  The momentum builds upon itself so that each stage is far bigger than the last.

One of the latest to come on board: TigerDirect.

Bitcoin is on a roll.  And it has only just begun.
6  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Bitcoin Cryptocurrency with Andreas Antonopoulos on: December 13, 2013, 06:53:43 PM
7  Economy / Economics / BitCoin Christmas on: December 13, 2013, 03:16:20 PM
This may be the first real "Bitcoin Christmas".  That is, people with substantial bitcoin holdings are spending coin for gifts (as well as for expensive cars, as we have seen).

Alot of these guys were just scraping by at regular jobs.  Now they have hundreds of thousands of dollars in bitcoins  so it is time to splurge a bit and enjoy the newfound wealth.

As they have been unloading some coins for the purchase of gifts, this could be depressing prices somewhat.  Expect after Christmas a big surge upward as bitcoin ignites the world to the potential of crypto currencies.

Just a theory.  But hey, I got into bitcoin on just a theory and it has panned out well for me.  Very well indeed.

I suggest all of you who are on the fence => get yourself one bitcoin.  Get yourself one milli-bitcoin if that is what you can afford.  Get into the game and see what it is all about.

On a scale of one to ten, Bitcoin has reached about stage 1.5.  It's potential is enormous.
8  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Here's The Deal on: December 07, 2013, 11:51:06 PM
Look everyone, BitCoin could be a once in a lifetime event in terms of money and finance.

Like the Internet of the early to mid 1990's few people understood its significance. Many downplayed its potential role.  Many told of its use as a means to sell drugs and porn.  Some foretold it would be highly regulated by governments so much so as to be useless.

You all know how the Internet turned out.

This is your chance to be in on something that can become very very big.  As in changing history.

Imagine if you had the foresight to register a couple of .com domains back in 1997 when they were still easy to get.  Where would you be now after that tiny investment?  If the Internet had failed, so what?  You'd be out a couple bucks.  But if it succeeded you would be wealthy, very wealthy indeed when you had "", "", "" etc. in your portfolio.

Think of owning a bitcoin being something like owning a keyword domain that you got when the Internet was first starting out.  You spend a little money, get yourself a bitcoin (or several bitcoins if you can afford it), and hold onto it just to see what happens.  Because this bitcoin thing is either going to die out or become very very big.  Big as in PayPal, Visa, and Mastercard all rolled into one.  Perhaps as big as US Currency.  The potential payoff is absolutely enormous, the potential loss is small.

I like it when I hear about the weak hands cashing out early.  This makes it all the more easier for newbies to get their hands on a bitcoin or two and have a great opportunity.

People laugh when they hear that someone once paid 10,000 bitcoins for a pizza.  Back then there was little idea of what bitcoin could become.  Now we know better.  And some people are still selling off their bitcoins for piddling sums that are but fractions of their potential.

9  Other / Beginners & Help / Warning labels underneath user names on: October 10, 2013, 11:45:21 AM
I see under some of the Usernames who post on this forum something like:

Trust: -4: -1 / +0(0)
Warning: Trade with extreme caution!

How is it they lost trust and what does it mean "trade with extreme caution".  Does this mean people here think they have, or may have, cheated someone?
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