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December 04, 2012, 10:45:16 PM
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Währungen: Euro, Yuan, Gold und Bitcoin gegen den Dollar
(Currencies: Euro, Yuan, Gold and Bitcoin against the dollar)

Nikolaus Jilch
2012-12-04

http://diepresse.com/home/wirtschaft/international/1320204/Euro-Yuan-Gold-und-Bitcoin-gegen-den-Dollar

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China and South Korea join forces, euro and gold gain in importance: The position of the U.S. dollar as a world currency wobbles noticeably. And now even the Internet has its own monetary system: Bitcoin.
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 Add to this the growing importance of gold and euro - and the emergence of new online currencies like Bitcoin.
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Iranians use Bitcoin
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 Young Iranians have started taking Bitcoin, writes Bloomberg.
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December 04, 2012, 11:14:10 PM
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pretty good article. positive for bitcoin.

however they got one thing wrong: it's not USD vs. EUR/Yuan/Gold/BTC/... it's more like FIAT vs. BTC/GOLD/any potentially upcoming gold-backed currency.

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December 05, 2012, 12:20:33 AM
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pretty good article. positive for bitcoin.

however they got one thing wrong: it's not USD vs. EUR/Yuan/Gold/BTC/... it's more like FIAT vs. BTC/GOLD/any potentially upcoming gold-backed currency.


True, one step at a time I guess Smiley

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December 05, 2012, 10:33:29 PM
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What I especially like is that they don't state Bitcoin enable Iranians to pass by the embargo, but
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Jung Iranians are going for Bitcoin. To get money out of the country - or to buy Dollar or Euro. Everything anonymous, the regime has no chance to control.

Really positive.

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December 05, 2012, 10:35:35 PM
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What I especially like is that they don't state Bitcoin enable Iranians to pass by the embargo, but
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Jung Iranians are going for Bitcoin. To get money out of the country - or to buy Dollar or Euro. Everything anonymous, the regime has no chance to control.

Really positive.

Naively positive, though. A little research would've revealed that we're talking about something like maybe 20-30 dudes in Iran using bitcoin. Of course, every journey starts with a single step.

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December 05, 2012, 10:38:58 PM
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What I especially like is that they don't state Bitcoin enable Iranians to pass by the embargo, but
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Jung Iranians are going for Bitcoin. To get money out of the country - or to buy Dollar or Euro. Everything anonymous, the regime has no chance to control.

Really positive.

Naively positive, though. A little research would've revealed that we're talking about something like maybe 20-30 dudes in Iran using bitcoin. Of course, every journey starts with a single step.

Right, from the writing you could get the impression there is some kind of bitcoin gold rush going on in Iran.

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