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March 21, 2013, 04:06:10 AM
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Steve Gibson Talks a little about the FinCEN stuff this week.

http://twit.tv/show/security-now/396     starting at 37:10 for 15 minuets.

I Love what Leo dose but he has been fairly cagey about Bitcoin.
I think Steve is winning him over...
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March 21, 2013, 04:16:07 AM
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Ok so first off they go this is about bitcoin, which is wrong, that document is blanket covering virtual currencies, and bitcoin's core values are included in it. It never includes bitcoin as the target.  Also we all know that bitcoins were legal from day one, I love how every is going bitcoins is legal, if anyone has a lawyer they would know this already. As I personality have a lawyer, and asked about bitcoins but I guess not everyone that does business does that... I also like how he names Mt. Gox, but Mt. Gox is operated in Japan so they are not covered by this. I got to say, I stopped watching, they are so dry. So lesson everyone, get a lawyer it would have saved you 4 years of waiting for this document.

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March 21, 2013, 04:49:21 AM
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It was through Steve Gibson and Security Now! that I first learned of bitcoin back in early 2011, so I owe them that.

But it does seem like Steve has had a shaky grasp of bitcoin in the past.  I remember Leo saying that bitcoin was "over" when it got "hacked" in 2011 (in reference to the Mt.Gox hack) and Steve was pretty much like "yup".  Also, gweedo is right saying the show is dry as hell.

But, if it wasn't for Steve I wouldn't be here Cheesy

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March 21, 2013, 05:03:07 AM
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Ok so first off they go this is about bitcoin, which is wrong, that document is blanket covering virtual currencies, and bitcoin's core values are included in it. It never includes bitcoin as the target.  Also we all know that bitcoins were legal from day one, I love how every is going bitcoins is legal, if anyone has a lawyer they would know this already. As I personality have a lawyer, and asked about bitcoins but I guess not everyone that does business does that... I also like how he names Mt. Gox, but Mt. Gox is operated in Japan so they are not covered by this. I got to say, I stopped watching, they are so dry. So lesson everyone, get a lawyer it would have saved you 4 years of waiting for this document.

Your not using your brain or your being difficult on purpose. people have already explained this to you in other threads.
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March 21, 2013, 05:05:16 AM
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Ok so first off they go this is about bitcoin, which is wrong, that document is blanket covering virtual currencies, and bitcoin's core values are included in it. It never includes bitcoin as the target.  Also we all know that bitcoins were legal from day one, I love how every is going bitcoins is legal, if anyone has a lawyer they would know this already. As I personality have a lawyer, and asked about bitcoins but I guess not everyone that does business does that... I also like how he names Mt. Gox, but Mt. Gox is operated in Japan so they are not covered by this. I got to say, I stopped watching, they are so dry. So lesson everyone, get a lawyer it would have saved you 4 years of waiting for this document.

Your an idiot. people have already explained this to you in other threads.

Well if I am such an idiot the explain it to me, cause no one explained anything LOL I pretty sure I explained to them LOL

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March 21, 2013, 05:07:53 AM
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i would, but you dont listen or you dont get it. Fast reply btw, i edited to be slightly less offensive XD
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March 21, 2013, 05:10:36 AM
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i would, but you dont listen or you dont get it. Fast reply btw, i edited to be slightly less offensive XD

No please enlightened me, and you really can't offend me LMAO

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March 21, 2013, 08:55:56 AM
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What I think is important about this is that they are talking about it again.
That show has a fairly large following in the tech community . Smiley
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March 21, 2013, 12:03:52 PM
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I probably wouldn't have discovered Bitcoin if it wasn't for Security Now.  Their initial episode covering it has literally changed my life.

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