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June 09, 2011, 11:58:34 PM
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When BTC < .005 did the Bitcoin "founders" set up a trust fund for future expenses, like monthly cost of a powerful dedicated server(s)?
Hope so, it sure would have been a great idea.

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I know some of the new members are rude trolls, you don't need to be so friendly:

1) There have been some times the forum is slow lately.
2) Who pays for the hosting, where does that money come from?
3) When BTC < .005 did the Bitcoin "founders" set up a trust fund for future expenses, like monthly cost of a powerful dedicated server(s)?
Hope so, it sure would have been a great idea.

FYI: We are <snip>
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