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November 01, 2015, 06:03:55 PM
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so i have  a little fear about this that if bitcointalk.org get closed what will we do.and how much chances for it.and why?
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November 01, 2015, 06:15:11 PM
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If this forum closed, we'd just migrate to another forum/platform for discussion... And the chance of bitcointalk closing is quite low Smiley

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November 01, 2015, 06:34:22 PM
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And the chance of bitcointalk closing is quite low Smiley

yup. many people considers bitcointalk.org to be the central (arguable, of course.) forum for anything related to bitcoin so I think this forum will continue to exist. not to mention that the owner of this forum have very little reason to close the site.

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November 01, 2015, 06:36:17 PM
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And the chance of bitcointalk closing is quite low Smiley

yup. many people considers bitcointalk.org to be the central (arguable, of course.) forum for anything related to bitcoin so I think this forum will continue to exist. not to mention that the owner of this forum have very little reason to close the site.

He also cooperates with justice when they request him to do so. So this isn't even some kind of internet target for three letter agencies Cheesy
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November 01, 2015, 06:46:19 PM
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If this forum closed, we'd just migrate to another forum/platform for discussion... And the chance of bitcointalk closing is quite low Smiley
Exactly. Even if bitcointalk closed, another forum would just take its place. Forum.bitcoin.com looks like one that could also become popular soon

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November 01, 2015, 08:30:08 PM
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so i have  a little fear about this that if bitcointalk.org get closed what will we do.and how much chances for it.and why?

I dont think bitcointalk will ever close as it is one of the popular forum of the popular cryptocurrency.

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November 01, 2015, 08:43:19 PM
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There are many other website which are copy of bitcointalk which have all posts and topics.

I don't think that the forum will be closed because there is a good revenue from the ads and i consider this forum as the main forum for bitcoin discussion.

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November 01, 2015, 09:40:59 PM
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there is the new forum coming, and anyway i've already found a substitute

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November 01, 2015, 10:00:25 PM
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Is there any chance that the number of trash post topics like these will reduce in the few years? Probably not.  Roll Eyes

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November 04, 2015, 09:42:31 AM
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I don't think that this forum will be closing after some year.
If there's a possibility to happen this in the future then maybe there's a new forum for us where we need to transfer all from this forum.
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November 05, 2015, 11:19:16 AM
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Closing may or may be not but it is possible that the activity reduces in the coming few years as I've been a part of many forums and till date 3 forums I've been active on and that were popular have closed down. It can happen if bitcoin trading is reduced or signature campaigns shut down or the admins/mods don't get enough time to monitor this place. Now I don't reply on this forum completely but till I am associated with bitcoins, I cannot leave this place.

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November 05, 2015, 11:25:56 AM
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This forum will never close, unless when the admin dies and no one can pay for this domain. But that would be a very little chance of happening, I think that theymos has everything worked out. And why do you fear it will be closed?

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November 05, 2015, 11:29:57 AM
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It's nearly impossible for the forum to close. Especially now that EpochTalk is getting finished.
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November 05, 2015, 11:39:18 AM
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If bitcointalk closes, then another forum will easily take over.
E.g. bitcoin.com has a forum which is currently hosting ama sessions with many industry key players.

Furthermore; there is an archive forum for all existing bitcointalk posts, https://bitcointa.lk/


AMA sessions @ https://forum.bitcoin.com/announces/bitcoin-com-ama-event-full-schedule-t1665.html:

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Nov 5th, Bruce Fenton, Executive Director of The Bitcoin Foundation
Nov 6th, Jeff Garzik, Core Developer and CEO of DSS, 9AM EST
Nov 6th, Marshall Long, CTO of Final Hash
Nov 7th, OgNasty, treasurer at bitcointalk.org
Nov 7th, Mike Hearn, Core Developer, Bio
Nov 8th, Valery Vavilov, CEO of BitFury
Nov 8th, David Johnston, Co-Founder of Decentralized Applications Fund
Nov 8th, Sam Lee, CEO of Bitcoin Group
Nov 9th, Asher Tan, CEO of CoinJar
Nov 9th, Connie Gallippi, Founder and Executive Director of BitGive
Nov 10th, George Basiladze, CEO of Cryptopay 12:00 GMT
Nov 10th, Johann Gevers, CEO of Monetas
Nov 10th, Joe Lee, CIO of magnr.com
Nov 10th, Charlie Lee, Creator of Litecoin and Director of Engineering at Coinbase
Nov 11th, Gary Le, Co-founder of Moneta
Nov 11th, Edward Miroslav Founder of Prime Dice
Nov 12th, Patrick Byrne CEO of Overstock & tØ.com, 11:00AM to Noon MDT, continued by Judd Bagley, Director of Communications
Nov 12th, Justin Newton, CEO of Netki (date confirmed)
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Nov 13th, Jesse Powel CEO of Kraken
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Nov 15th, Chris Odom Co-founder of Stash Crypto
Nov 15th Peter Surda - Bitmessage core developer
Nov 16th, Brett Russell, CEO of BIGbtc, Bitcoin Integration Group
Nov 16th, Sergej Kotliar, CEO of Bitrefill, 17:00 UTC
Nov 17th, Roger Ver, Bio
Nov 18th Martti Malmi, The very first person to contact Satoshi Nakamoto offering to help.17:00 UTC
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Nov 18th Paul Puey CEO / Co-Founder of AirBitz 5:30 pm PST
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November 05, 2015, 02:17:52 PM
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And the chance of bitcointalk closing is quite low Smiley

yup. many people considers bitcointalk.org to be the central (arguable, of course.) forum for anything related to bitcoin so I think this forum will continue to exist. not to mention that the owner of this forum have very little reason to close the site.
The owner will never close the site(it always will generate a lot of income). Also, I don't think the forum will ever close down because of lack of people or interest. The only way this forum can get closed is if government gets cranky about bitcoins and decides to crush us all. However, this forum will face a competition after sometime from another emerging forum that is being run by someone(Roger Ver) who can well enough afford to give us a tough competition.


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November 05, 2015, 04:49:35 PM
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And the chance of bitcointalk closing is quite low Smiley

yup. many people considers bitcointalk.org to be the central (arguable, of course.) forum for anything related to bitcoin so I think this forum will continue to exist. not to mention that the owner of this forum have very little reason to close the site.
The owner will never close the site(it always will generate a lot of income). Also, I don't think the forum will ever close down because of lack of people or interest. The only way this forum can get closed is if government gets cranky about bitcoins and decides to crush us all. However, this forum will face a competition after sometime from another emerging forum that is being run by someone(Roger Ver) who can well enough afford to give us a tough competition.
If the forum has enough power it will stay on the net, even the government can't do something about. For example Wiki leaks - it is hosted in a secret place and the government can't really shut down a site without knowing where the server is.
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November 05, 2015, 10:15:29 PM
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And the chance of bitcointalk closing is quite low Smiley

yup. many people considers bitcointalk.org to be the central (arguable, of course.) forum for anything related to bitcoin so I think this forum will continue to exist. not to mention that the owner of this forum have very little reason to close the site.
The owner will never close the site(it always will generate a lot of income). Also, I don't think the forum will ever close down because of lack of people or interest. The only way this forum can get closed is if government gets cranky about bitcoins and decides to crush us all. However, this forum will face a competition after sometime from another emerging forum that is being run by someone(Roger Ver) who can well enough afford to give us a tough competition.
If the forum has enough power it will stay on the net, even the government can't do something about. For example Wiki leaks - it is hosted in a secret place and the government can't really shut down a site without knowing where the server is.
The server ip is public. The hosting is known and US based AFAIK. The government could shut it down, but they have no reason to. The identity of Theymos is known, and he is also known to have assisted the government with investigations by providing PMs to them regarding whoever it was they were investigating. (I think it was BFL).

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November 08, 2015, 04:53:57 PM
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this forum is the best place for discussion..
Dont say like that .. i like this forum much now..
i m really addicted to it..
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