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November 10, 2015, 07:25:49 AM
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What if they one day Bitcoin was made illegal and governments label anyone speaking of any kind of decentralized currency a "Subversive Terrorist" or extremist allowing cops come to arrest you for speaking your mind or trying to develop technology outside their closed gardens.

Do you think this could ever happen?

Think about it.. some places you can be thrown in a cage and have your life destroyed for having the wrong plant in your pocket.

I always advocate to educated yourself in regards to our current system of laws and punishment and do you understand how the FAKE, Fiat Currency System works.
Tell people to do their own research, YouTube has lots of videos about this. Try searching " How Banks Create Money out of Thin Air" - (I know over 90% of everybody on this forum have already)

Also do you know anything about the people who came up with the idea of this FAKE, Fiat Currency System? or why they created it ?  - (Again I know over 90% of you guys know about this but I will not rest until everybody understands)

Bitcoin people, stand strong in your beliefs and remember your only enemy is the accuser that offers no workable, constructive solution or dialog.

I talk about this in my videos on YouTube:

So without any shame I am going to selfishly plug my two videos about Bitcoin and request you to share them and comment on them also…  Kiss
testing my luck ? please tell me if anyone think that I am breaking any guidelines by doing so ?

Video 1) A Bitcoiner's paradise - there is no way back now ! Bitcoin freedom is here.
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Video 2) What if Bitcoin is made illegal ? Bitcoin people - To succeed we must reject the illuminati and freemasons !
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See you soon in Bitcoin heaven or fiat hell.. make your best move governments  Cool

Until then.. Stay cool




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November 10, 2015, 08:35:54 AM
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first you need every GOV out there to illegalize bitcoin not just one, because i can simply go abroad and start to use it again without problem

second i'm not believing in this illegality thing, i'm sure that in russia or other countries where they say that they put you in jail, because you use bitcoin, there are still people that use it

how the hell they can track purely usage of bitcoin without conversion in fiat, and especially how the hell they can connect the ower to the address, if i'm simply moving funds, for buying locally, face to face?

it's impossible, it's all fud, made by the gov, to limit the adoption in their area
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November 13, 2015, 12:24:18 PM
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Well said.. my friend  Grin ... thanks for your answer
I agree 100% ..

For me it’s now very clear that with the OpenSource decentralized power that lies in the Bitcoin and Blockchain technology we  finally have an opportunity to transfer the power from the old elite and create a new and better elite based on truth and justice, instead of lies and violence.

Now we just need some Gangsta rappers to realize that true OG's promote Bitcoin  Cool

I just did a video on that >> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3HYwoErAtsI

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November 14, 2015, 01:57:42 AM
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Bitcoin cannot be made illegal, it is decentralized which means no one party can control it.
You would have to go into every miners house and remove their mining equipment to stop Bitcoin.
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November 15, 2015, 10:34:24 AM
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Bitcoin cannot be made illegal, it is decentralized which means no one party can control it.
You would have to go into every miners house and remove their mining equipment to stop Bitcoin.
No, not really. There are some ways to block bitcoin quite efficiently. While bitcoin has no central authority that is not a problem for governments to take action against it.
We have seen already tests of mass blocking every bitcoin service in some countries, Venezuela conducted that tests recently and everybody was in shock.

Bitcoin p2p trading can't be blocked, but almost every bitcoin related services can.


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November 16, 2015, 01:36:42 AM
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Bitcoin cannot be made illegal, it is decentralized which means no one party can control it.
You would have to go into every miners house and remove their mining equipment to stop Bitcoin.
We have seen already tests of mass blocking every bitcoin service in some countries, Venezuela conducted that tests recently and everybody was in shock.

I've never heard of this actually, what happened in Venezuela?
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November 18, 2015, 03:31:59 PM
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Bitcoin is a legit currency, I doubt they would make it illegal

Maybe in some countries I can see this happen as it's already banned in some countries right now
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November 19, 2015, 12:03:43 AM
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Bitcoin is similar to other properties in the world. It is similar to gold as value storage. Gold can be confiscated by the government and this happened several times in history. Bitcoin is internet money. It cannot be banned without disrupting the internet. internet is universal. 
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November 19, 2015, 12:20:53 AM
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I believe bitcoin will skyrocket higher because it has improved the marketing and selling of clothes and electronics already banyak..dan for the case to be in prison for bitcoin I think it's unlikely because there are no regulations have violated bitcoin although some countries there are pros and cons but I sure bitcoin will advance to today
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November 19, 2015, 01:59:08 AM
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Bitcoin cannot be made illegal, it is decentralized which means no one party can control it.
You would have to go into every miners house and remove their mining equipment to stop Bitcoin.
No, not really. There are some ways to block bitcoin quite efficiently. While bitcoin has no central authority that is not a problem for governments to take action against it.
We have seen already tests of mass blocking every bitcoin service in some countries, Venezuela conducted that tests recently and everybody was in shock.

Bitcoin p2p trading can't be blocked, but almost every bitcoin related services can.

Which is why people should always learn to use their own wallets and stop relying on web wallets no matter how convenient they might be. When online services are blocked, you still have some options to use and trade BTC if you have access to your own private keys. They can even try to block port 8333 but you can still use a client through TOR.
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November 19, 2015, 04:21:47 PM
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Bitcoin cannot be made illegal, it is decentralized which means no one party can control it.
You would have to go into every miners house and remove their mining equipment to stop Bitcoin.
No, not really. There are some ways to block bitcoin quite efficiently. While bitcoin has no central authority that is not a problem for governments to take action against it.
We have seen already tests of mass blocking every bitcoin service in some countries, Venezuela conducted that tests recently and everybody was in shock.

Bitcoin p2p trading can't be blocked, but almost every bitcoin related services can.

Which is why people should always learn to use their own wallets and stop relying on web wallets no matter how convenient they might be. When online services are blocked, you still have some options to use and trade BTC if you have access to your own private keys. They can even try to block port 8333 but you can still use a client through TOR.
It is not about online wallets only. Imagine all bitcoin exchanges closed, or bitcoin payment processors which are serving small merchants like BitPay.
If bitcoin won't be accepted by business then there will be HUGE price crash and panic. It could be potentially end of bitcoin.
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November 20, 2015, 06:04:31 AM
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There is no use of one government to ban bitcoin. It is a internet money. If 99% of governments ban it, it is effective.
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November 20, 2015, 10:38:07 AM
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This is possible and it could happen.

But since it's online currency I doubt that every country around the world will make this happen.

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November 22, 2015, 05:35:06 AM
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When regimes begin to really go bad, campers, two things co-occur. The first is that the regime makes lots and lots of increasingly unreasonable laws. The second is that the regime's ability to enforce those laws becomes weaker and weaker.

So, bans on cryptos will, for a while, result in all manner of chaos; but the decentralised nature of cryptos will triumph, particularly as the global economy really begins to tank, and particularly in nations that loathe the west. Borne on the breeze like mushroom spores, cryptos will just keep poppin' up all over.

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November 25, 2015, 09:34:04 PM
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I don't think the whole world will instantly make bitcoin illegal. They should have valid grounds to do that.

For that matter they could ban paypal too and any kind of service where you collect credits online, because it's the same concept.

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November 25, 2015, 10:03:04 PM
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Some countries already ban bitcoin, so yeah it could happen.

In countries where there is a crisis it is appealing to ban bitcoin, since bitcoin is a way to sent your money easily and cheap over the border.

The limit paypal has (2500 USD), don't apply with bitcoin.
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November 25, 2015, 11:57:29 PM
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I think it would be like most things illegal, people will find ways to do it anyway. However, bitcoin is not addictive like other illegal things so it would hurt the value for sure. But it would also need to be across a large portion of the 1st world countries, not just one offs around the globe

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November 27, 2015, 02:24:26 PM
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i think government will try contain bitcoin because it will take over fiat
but i am not sure if made illegal , or how far they will go to try and take over
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December 08, 2015, 09:30:26 PM
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You mean the Federal Reserve (FED) not the Illuminati.
The FEDs hate Bitcoin because they have no way of robbing its users. The FED has been robbing the users of the USD for a while now.
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December 10, 2015, 04:31:27 PM
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People can make amazing things if they will cooperate and focus on one goal. Bitcoin simply cant be banned

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