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June 15, 2016, 09:11:28 AM
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It already is. I use it internationally all the time.  Huh

I have used it in Turkey, UK, Netherlands, Oman, USA, Jordan, Panama, Dubai, Israel, Canada, Japan, and soon in Iceland. That's international right?
It's in the country with internet connection support, but if you go to village with so far from it, exactly you can't do transaction with btc, isn't it?

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June 15, 2016, 10:30:26 AM
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It already is. I use it internationally all the time.  Huh

I have used it in Turkey, UK, Netherlands, Oman, USA, Jordan, Panama, Dubai, Israel, Canada, Japan, and soon in Iceland. That's international right?
It's in the country with internet connection support, but if you go to village with so far from it, exactly you can't do transaction with btc, isn't it?

Bitcoin has not reached everywhere yet, especially in the interior part of  the countries where there is no access to internet, so bitcoin is not international currency so far.
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June 15, 2016, 10:41:41 AM
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It already is. I use it internationally all the time.  Huh

I have used it in Turkey, UK, Netherlands, Oman, USA, Jordan, Panama, Dubai, Israel, Canada, Japan, and soon in Iceland. That's international right?
It's in the country with internet connection support, but if you go to village with so far from it, exactly you can't do transaction with btc, isn't it?

Bitcoin has not reached everywhere yet, especially in the interior part of  the countries where there is no access to internet, so bitcoin is not international currency so far.
I think so.
There is need more time to reachable to be international currency. So what do you think about it?

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June 15, 2016, 12:07:50 PM
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It already is. I use it internationally all the time.  Huh

I have used it in Turkey, UK, Netherlands, Oman, USA, Jordan, Panama, Dubai, Israel, Canada, Japan, and soon in Iceland. That's international right?
It's in the country with internet connection support, but if you go to village with so far from it, exactly you can't do transaction with btc, isn't it?

Bitcoin has not reached everywhere yet, especially in the interior part of  the countries where there is no access to internet, so bitcoin is not international currency so far.
I think so.
There is need more time to reachable to be international currency. So what do you think about it?

It will surely take some more time to become an international currency as it is not popular like dollar yet, we can say it as an international currency only if its used and accepted everywhere.

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June 15, 2016, 12:48:17 PM
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It already is. I use it internationally all the time.  Huh

I have used it in Turkey, UK, Netherlands, Oman, USA, Jordan, Panama, Dubai, Israel, Canada, Japan, and soon in Iceland. That's international right?
It's in the country with internet connection support, but if you go to village with so far from it, exactly you can't do transaction with btc, isn't it?

Bitcoin has not reached everywhere yet, especially in the interior part of  the countries where there is no access to internet, so bitcoin is not international currency so far.


I think Bitcoin is already international currency, you can see that most of the people of the different countries are using the bitcoins and also earning the bitcoins, in the different ways like investment or trading, so they exchange it, and transaction it. in this time, bitcoin is a Crypto currency, we exchange it into dollar and we use it anywhere and we have no problem in it. otherwise i like your thread but you third line i can't understand.
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June 15, 2016, 12:51:24 PM
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It already is. I use it internationally all the time.  Huh

I have used it in Turkey, UK, Netherlands, Oman, USA, Jordan, Panama, Dubai, Israel, Canada, Japan, and soon in Iceland. That's international right?
It's in the country with internet connection support, but if you go to village with so far from it, exactly you can't do transaction with btc, isn't it?

Bitcoin has not reached everywhere yet, especially in the interior part of  the countries where there is no access to internet, so bitcoin is not international currency so far.


I think Bitcoin is already international currency, you can see that most of the people of the different countries are using the bitcoins and also earning the bitcoins, in the different ways like investment or trading, so they exchange it, and transaction it. in this time, bitcoin is a Crypto currency, we exchange it into dollar and we use it anywhere and we have no problem in it. otherwise i like your thread but you third line i can't understand.
I do believe in your statement, but as of to date, we have not achieve yet the mass adoption we are hoping to happen and even with that we still have the big market and new players are coming that makes the price goes up crazy. This is a good sign for the future and the more the price move fast that means we could achieve that in the near future.

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June 15, 2016, 01:10:25 PM
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It already is. I use it internationally all the time.  Huh

I have used it in Turkey, UK, Netherlands, Oman, USA, Jordan, Panama, Dubai, Israel, Canada, Japan, and soon in Iceland. That's international right?
It's in the country with internet connection support, but if you go to village with so far from it, exactly you can't do transaction with btc, isn't it?

Bitcoin has not reached everywhere yet, especially in the interior part of  the countries where there is no access to internet, so bitcoin is not international currency so far.
I think so.
There is need more time to reachable to be international currency. So what do you think about it?

It will surely take some more time to become an international currency as it is not popular like dollar yet, we can say it as an international currency only if its used and accepted everywhere.
i agree with you. and bitcoin must have fix price, not going up and down extreme.

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June 15, 2016, 01:20:30 PM
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If bitcoin to be international currency, what do you think?
You can use it every where and anywhere, without exchange it.
And how to use transaction with it, if bitcoin just crypto currency?
How many people like with this thread?

Crypto or not, bitcoin is currency already. If you can use it for shopping, for paying different things, if you can exchange it for other currencies, or gamble with it that means bitcoin have all characteristic of a real international currency. And all that for 5 years, or a bit more.
When I look at situation like that, I wonder how much btc can grow in next five years? A lot? I see logic in that, and maybe btc is gonna be global worl currency, with 100 % acceptance everywhere.

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June 16, 2016, 02:42:53 AM
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Bitcoin is already currency but not centralized. If the bitcoin will be more popular and most of the other country or nations will use it as their another currency except to their physical currency, that would be awesome!.
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Bitcoin is already currency but not centralized. If the bitcoin will be more popular and most of the other country or nations will use it as their another currency except to their physical currency, that would be awesome!.
We need the support of the government by that time because if without it we cannot prosper in the future, we live by the rules of the government so if they will not like bitcoins they could always do something that would crush bitcoin.

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June 16, 2016, 05:58:25 AM
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It already is. I use it internationally all the time.  Huh

I have used it in Turkey, UK, Netherlands, Oman, USA, Jordan, Panama, Dubai, Israel, Canada, Japan, and soon in Iceland. That's international right?

No its not, international means being used on all sides of the world, if you go on small islands with few people or native places you wont see people using bitcoins you know why? Because none of them uses internet connection the number requirement to use bitcoin, a few of them too doesnt have stable electricity so how can you say it is international.
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It already is. I use it internationally all the time.  Huh

I have used it in Turkey, UK, Netherlands, Oman, USA, Jordan, Panama, Dubai, Israel, Canada, Japan, and soon in Iceland. That's international right?

No its not, international means being used on all sides of the world, if you go on small islands with few people or native places you wont see people using bitcoins you know why? Because none of them uses internet connection the number requirement to use bitcoin, a few of them too doesnt have stable electricity so how can you say it is international.
May he has gone to developed countries with internet connection support. So why did he say like that.  Cheesy

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June 16, 2016, 06:16:05 AM
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It already is. I use it internationally all the time.  Huh

I have used it in Turkey, UK, Netherlands, Oman, USA, Jordan, Panama, Dubai, Israel, Canada, Japan, and soon in Iceland. That's international right?
It's in the country with internet connection support, but if you go to village with so far from it, exactly you can't do transaction with btc, isn't it?
If you have Bitcoin than it will be of course better that you are going to use a Bitcoin wallet and that is because it works well with Bitcoin and you also know that it is really safe to use it.
And it is also easy to pay and have some transaction via your Bitcoin wallet and that is perfect of the wallet.
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June 16, 2016, 06:18:13 AM
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Well guys Bitcoin is a digital currency by default so it's pretty obvious that we need Internet connection and electronic devices to be able to transmit transactions wherever we are. PayPal and the online banking service also require Internet connection to operate and if there is no infrastructure accommodating these requirements no digital currency will be available there be it Bitcoin or PayPal. People living in remote villages are most probably using paper money or other means of exchange like bartering goods and that's normal.
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Well guys Bitcoin is a digital currency by default so it's pretty obvious that we need Internet connection and electronic devices to be able to transmit transactions wherever we are. PayPal and the online banking service also require Internet connection to operate and if there is no infrastructure accommodating these requirements no digital currency will be available there be it Bitcoin or PayPal. People living in remote villages are most probably using paper money or other means of exchange like bartering goods and that's normal.
The big player in the market uses digital currency to ease the transaction and to maximize their profit, in the future we can outplay all the digital currency in market and people would turn to bitcoins as the international currency, it takes time to make this people aware that there is one coin existing in the market that would solve the problem of high cost online transactions.

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June 19, 2016, 01:38:40 AM
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It already is. I use it internationally all the time.  Huh

I have used it in Turkey, UK, Netherlands, Oman, USA, Jordan, Panama, Dubai, Israel, Canada, Japan, and soon in Iceland. That's international right?

No its not, international means being used on all sides of the world, if you go on small islands with few people or native places you wont see people using bitcoins you know why? Because none of them uses internet connection the number requirement to use bitcoin, a few of them too doesnt have stable electricity so how can you say it is international.
Um...yes that is international. Just because a few places with tribes people don't have internet does not mean it is not an international currency. International means between nations, so in theory even if it was just like something between the US and Canada it would be international lol. You have no reason to say it's not international.
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June 19, 2016, 03:03:16 AM
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It already is. I use it internationally all the time.  Huh

I have used it in Turkey, UK, Netherlands, Oman, USA, Jordan, Panama, Dubai, Israel, Canada, Japan, and soon in Iceland. That's international right?
It's in the country with internet connection support, but if you go to village with so far from it, exactly you can't do transaction with btc, isn't it?
I think the important thing is bitcoin received in various countries. no matter who is wearing the village or the city. if bitcoin in use in the country. then bitcoin can be received in that country

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In my opinion Bitcoin is already an international currency though it isn't the official international currency yet.  Value of it is the same in all country it is patronage.  You can buy and use Bitcoin anywhere internet access is possible.  That means, even if you live in Asia, Europe, America, Africa, Antartica, Atlantica  or anywhere in the globe as long as you can connect to internet.

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June 19, 2016, 02:38:32 PM
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It already is. I use it internationally all the time.  Huh

I have used it in Turkey, UK, Netherlands, Oman, USA, Jordan, Panama, Dubai, Israel, Canada, Japan, and soon in Iceland. That's international right?
It's in the country with internet connection support, but if you go to village with so far from it, exactly you can't do transaction with btc, isn't it?

Bitcoin has not reached everywhere yet, especially in the interior part of  the countries where there is no access to internet, so bitcoin is not international currency so far.

it should be called international digital currency, plus even if bitcoin hasnt reach every country the fact that it is being
used in countries that is accepting bitcoin makes it international.


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June 21, 2016, 07:47:51 AM
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It already is. I use it internationally all the time.  Huh

I have used it in Turkey, UK, Netherlands, Oman, USA, Jordan, Panama, Dubai, Israel, Canada, Japan, and soon in Iceland. That's international right?
It's in the country with internet connection support, but if you go to village with so far from it, exactly you can't do transaction with btc, isn't it?

Bitcoin has not reached everywhere yet, especially in the interior part of  the countries where there is no access to internet, so bitcoin is not international currency so far.

it should be called international digital currency, plus even if bitcoin hasnt reach every country the fact that it is being
used in countries that is accepting bitcoin makes it international.
If we are talking of international that would simply mean that it will be by most countries and we know for the fact that bitcoins has been use by a lot of countries and with bitcoins it gives us the opportunity to have a unity with one currency. With bitcoins continue to grow as a community it can easily attract businesses to adopt with it and do business with bitcoins.

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