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Author Topic: JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon Hints "If Bitcoin Gets Big, Governments will Stop it!"  (Read 2983 times)
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January 22, 2016, 08:16:29 PM
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This is a real issue because they could try to stop it by blocking access or saying it's illegal to use... the Bitcoin community should think about this thing unfortunately.

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January 22, 2016, 08:31:59 PM
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He's wrong. Bitcoin is unstoppable. If a few countries "ban" Bitcoin, there's still the rest of the world. The countries can not even all agree on something that they all find good... Also, the only restriction that a country can do is to forbide people to officially accept it as a way of payment in their shop. It can still be done secretly, and they will never be ready to censure the Internet to ban anything that is Bitcoin-related nor search on all the computers Bitcoin wallets.

agree. Government can't do shi*. They need to "break" internet and implement FULL cencorship to be able to ban something like btc..

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January 22, 2016, 08:32:39 PM
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He's wrong. Bitcoin is unstoppable. If a few countries "ban" Bitcoin, there's still the rest of the world. The countries can not even all agree on something that they all find good... Also, the only restriction that a country can do is to forbide people to officially accept it as a way of payment in their shop. It can still be done secretly, and they will never be ready to censure the Internet to ban anything that is Bitcoin-related nor search on all the computers Bitcoin wallets.

agree. Government can't do shi*. They need to "break" internet and implement FULL cencorship to be able to ban something like btc..

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January 22, 2016, 08:33:46 PM
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He's wrong. Bitcoin is unstoppable. If a few countries "ban" Bitcoin, there's still the rest of the world. The countries can not even all agree on something that they all find good... Also, the only restriction that a country can do is to forbide people to officially accept it as a way of payment in their shop. It can still be done secretly, and they will never be ready to censure the Internet to ban anything that is Bitcoin-related nor search on all the computers Bitcoin wallets.

agree. Government can't do shi*. They need to "break" internet and implement FULL cencorship to be able to ban something like btc..

Native Americans were decentralized at one time, the Government took care of them quite handily.

They have no intention of banning bitcoin - their intention is to infiltrate, regulate, co-opt, and control.

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January 22, 2016, 09:02:33 PM
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I fully agree with this point.

The situation may eventually turn out in several different ways.

Even if Unlimited succeeds, we have the backup plans. But this is going to be a major blow, because from the economic majority overtake there's only a little effort needed for full network takeover. Once the network is fully taken over, we've pretty much lost control. At that points all bets are off.
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January 22, 2016, 11:21:51 PM
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He's wrong. Bitcoin is unstoppable. If a few countries "ban" Bitcoin, there's still the rest of the world. The countries can not even all agree on something that they all find good... Also, the only restriction that a country can do is to forbide people to officially accept it as a way of payment in their shop. It can still be done secretly, and they will never be ready to censure the Internet to ban anything that is Bitcoin-related nor search on all the computers Bitcoin wallets.

agree. Government can't do shi*. They need to "break" internet and implement FULL cencorship to be able to ban something like btc..

They have no intention of banning bitcoin - their intention is to infiltrate, regulate, co-opt, and control.

Sounds about right. They never want to look too tyrannical. Perception is everything.
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