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Author Topic: "Fear grows that the bitcoin boom could crash" - The Seattle Times  (Read 2630 times)
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April 08, 2013, 01:10:10 PM
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Simply painful to read, full of hyperbole

"this mysterious money has become the darling of anti-government libertarians and computer wizards prospecting in the virtual mines of cyberspace"

"unveiled bitcoin to a mailing list of computer supergeniuses"

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April 08, 2013, 01:53:07 PM
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In the time since reading all this crapola from various sources about an imminent crash, BTC has grown from 100 to 190 USD, I think I'll let my bank account do the talking Smiley
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April 08, 2013, 02:06:04 PM
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Simply painful to read, full of hyperbole

"this mysterious money has become the darling of anti-government libertarians and computer wizards prospecting in the virtual mines of cyberspace"

"unveiled bitcoin to a mailing list of computer supergeniuses"

HAHAH that is like how people talked about the internet back in 1993. This mysterious place were hackers met on 'mysterious websites' that have strange codes like "http://www.website.com" to identify the website. They didn't know if it was pronounced E-mail or ehmail, but it was strange it probably would only be used by computer supergeniuses and sex addicts looking for kink and bondage.
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April 08, 2013, 02:08:20 PM
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Simply painful to read, full of hyperbole

"this mysterious money has become the darling of anti-government libertarians and computer wizards prospecting in the virtual mines of cyberspace"

"unveiled bitcoin to a mailing list of computer supergeniuses"

HAHAH that is like how people talked about the internet back in 1993. This mysterious place were hackers met on 'mysterious websites' that have strange codes like "http://www.website.com" to identify the website. They didn't know if it was pronounced E-mail or ehmail, but it was strange it probably would only be used by computer supergeniuses and sex addicts looking for kink and bondage.

Lol, bitcoin price can do whatever.  I just multiply my BTC by trading options on CoinBr.

The price will be volatile...  so focus on creating more btc without having to buy them.  Cheesy

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April 08, 2013, 02:35:29 PM
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Simply painful to read, full of hyperbole

"this mysterious money has become the darling of anti-government libertarians and computer wizards prospecting in the virtual mines of cyberspace"

"unveiled bitcoin to a mailing list of computer supergeniuses"

HAHAH that is like how people talked about the internet back in 1993. This mysterious place were hackers met on 'mysterious websites' that have strange codes like "http://www.website.com" to identify the website. They didn't know if it was pronounced E-mail or ehmail, but it was strange it probably would only be used by computer supergeniuses and sex addicts looking for kink and bondage.

Lol, bitcoin price can do whatever.  I just multiply my BTC by trading options on CoinBr.

The price will be volatile...  so focus on creating more btc without having to buy them.  Cheesy

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