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August 29, 2012, 06:08:19 PM
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« After I wrote a post last week expressing optimism about this technology's potential, I received 14 separate donations, totaling 4.097439 bitcoins (about $45), from generous Bitcoin fans. Most of them did so anonymously. (Bitcoins are infinitely divisible, hence the precise amount.)

Thank you. Now stop. Please. »

http://www.americanbanker.com/bankthink/stop-sending-me-bitcoins-please-1052232-1.html


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Lol Smiley Made a humble donation, happy it's going to a charity of his choosing.

Hope you didn't send it from and exchange or a hosted (shared) EWallet -- or it goes to neither charity nor you if he simply "returns" the funds.

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