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Author Topic: Resetting or spltting BTC when it again gets to 200+ to enable it as a currency  (Read 1398 times)
BitcoinAshley
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April 13, 2013, 01:47:01 PM
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This would be a good idea because a lot of the butthurt bears here place random arbitrary values on what they feel is a "comfortable" price for BTC - usually placed in whole numbers in their local currency - they don't even TRY to be objective.

So when a bear says "lol guys BTC isn't sustainable unless it's like $5/coin" or "lol guy sBTC isn't usable as a currency unless it's $1/coin" they're just speaking from the perspective of their own psychological comfort with certain number ranges and values. It would be absolutely impossible to sustain the current level of BTC economic activity if they were still $5/coin.

So, $5/mBTC it is - proudhon wouldn't know the difference and he could still be just as bearish  Wink


Shhh, no one tell him.
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