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Author Topic: Petition the government to declare the legal status of Bitcoin?  (Read 2703 times)
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March 30, 2013, 04:59:48 PM
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You can trace to some extent you cant trace origin of something made from 0 and 1. Something has te bo behind it,, u cant simply make money out of anything, right?
Sorry, did not understand what this means. Can you please be more clear about this?
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Protests? Do you really think that will stop government to do anything if they chose so?
Not it will not. But they are evil, not stupid. They will take into consideration the costs and gains vs. the expected backfire from the actions. Taking down Tor or Bitcoin or any decentralized service will be largely unsuccessful attempt.
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They have taken down megaupload, they can take down anything if they chose to do it
Closing Megaupload was as simple as pressing ALT+F4. It was centralized service, with known location and known persons responsible for the operation. Taking down tens of thousands of network nodes all over the world is not so simple. They can take down Freenet easily as well, I have written about Freenet vulnerabilities but nobody listens... Freenet is used for childporn and hurtcore more than anything else combined, but it is not under attack by authorities.

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