The formal description of Bitcoin on bitcoin.org states it is a currency.
Is the right to mobile phone network airtime a digital radio wave utility commodity that enables the holder of the right to communicate voice or data on a Network over vast distances?
Is the cryptographic key pair right to a network working at a high hash rate to secure values attributed to a key pair right a digital utility commodity?
In short - is Bitcoin.org a crypto-commodity like MtGox sells / buys for fiat currency?
Does bitcoin.org view bitcoins bought from someone to be bartered when exchanged for goods / services?
Can bitcoins be used as medium of exchange in barter transactions for the digital age, like pebbles, eggs, salt, gold, mobile airtime, etc., have been used in other ages / different communities as medium of exchange in barter transactions?
Or is bitcoin.org proposing a rival currency to national currencies?
Which of the above would be legal under the current social contract?
Are you a poorly coded bot that generates random questions and has a glitch that makes double spaces ??