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February 16, 2017, 04:30:56 PM
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i think no, cause the main idea is bribing. not really a good purposes
but if you use bribing with bitcoin that will be hard to get tracked by government or anybody else, so i think good enough
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February 16, 2017, 08:22:21 PM
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If you don't know the identity of the person you're bribing, they can report you anyway and not get caught.  If you do know the identity of the person you're bribing it removes the need for Bitcoin because paying them cash in person is just as good.
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February 17, 2017, 08:50:37 AM
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With 1000 dollars each, it seems that bribing with bitcoin would be a good idea.  One USB stick will do the job with no third party required.

Confess, who re about to ask for a Bitcoin bribe? You would not post this topic if this was not the case!!

Confess and repent!

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February 17, 2017, 09:37:14 AM
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Bribing via bitcoin is easy and highly secure that other than the bribe giver and receiver knows it. Recently too in US a Pastor was convicted for bribe through bitcoin. It has come to the court for hearing, on the first day its found that $15000 worth bitcoin was received in the form of church donation.

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February 17, 2017, 09:53:11 AM
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Bribing via bitcoin is easy and highly secure that other than the bribe giver and receiver knows it. Recently too in US a Pastor was convicted for bribe through bitcoin. It has come to the court for hearing, on the first day its found that $15000 worth bitcoin was received in the form of church donation.

There are many cases coming around from the world. People are misusing it anonymity for their best. No one else need to know about this transaction other than the sender and receiver.

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February 17, 2017, 09:54:30 AM
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I don't think people in this thread need to teach OP how bribing is bad and plain wrong. He is capable enough to understand the consequences of bribing.

Other than that, Bitcoin has made bribing more easier since it allows anonymous payment and there are hundreds of ways to make your coins disappear after the transaction is complete.

Everything has a good and a bad side and this is just another way Bitcoins can be misused.

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February 17, 2017, 09:55:47 AM
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Bribing via bitcoin is easy and highly secure that other than the bribe giver and receiver knows it. Recently too in US a Pastor was convicted for bribe through bitcoin. It has come to the court for hearing, on the first day its found that $15000 worth bitcoin was received in the form of church donation.

There are many cases coming around from the world. People are misusing it anonymity for their best. No one else need to know about this transaction other than the sender and receiver.

That is reality, and is a bad idea, it is misconduct and bad. I hate people like that. If you do that, you are a criminal. Bitcoin currency is a clean, your ideas are denigrate the value of Bitcoin

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February 17, 2017, 10:00:51 AM
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I don't get why you would even use a USB stick for this.. You would still have to physically hand it over.. imo there are much smarter ways to do it.

You can avoid a transaction on the blockchain by simply mailing a printed cold wallet without return address. No trace on the chain of that..

Anyway, ofcourse, don't bribe, it is not a good thing to do.

Sometimes bribers is the only way to get things done in China.

Ha, Chinese officials are very corrupted, you know they should be more transparent, but they are all hypocrite, they say they love the country, but steal money from Chinese people.

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February 17, 2017, 10:18:36 AM
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When you accept bribe via Bitcoin or any other cryptocurrency, you still need to act smart, suddenly exchanging thousands of dollars will raise suspicions and you'll have to explain where did you get those coins. So in order to avoid this, you should make purchase with your bribe coins, so it will be much harder to notice, unless you make some big spending, like a car or house. Also, it's not true that bribes are always wrong, sometimes you can bribe officials to circumvent some bad laws, like marijuana ban for example. In many countries you might even need to give bribes just to get some documents that should have been given for free.

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February 17, 2017, 10:48:38 AM
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i think no, cause the main idea is bribing. not really a good purposes
but if you use bribing with bitcoin that will be hard to get tracked by government or anybody else, so i think good enough
It seems bribing with bitcoin will not be detected, but we must also believe that such action is ugly and against the law. It is back to the person, if there is indeed the intention to bribe then with whatever could be done include using bitcoin.
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February 17, 2017, 11:28:32 AM
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Bribery is a serious crime, we can't tolerate that happen, government officials are servants of the country, they should not do the bribery.
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February 17, 2017, 05:55:49 PM
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i think no, cause the main idea is bribing. not really a good purposes
but if you use bribing with bitcoin that will be hard to get tracked by government or anybody else, so i think good enough
Yeah, the nature of the bitcoin allows anyone who uses it to keep out of control of the government and uses money without being tracked down, and that is good when used by the right people and the ones who have good intentions but in the wrong hands it can cause a lot of problems and be used for illegal things, like bribing and selling drugs, and that is what it is happing in the black market.



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February 17, 2017, 06:00:07 PM
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Not really, you can just ask bribes for cash and not bitcoin since it would somehow make it more complicated (though transparent and it will be posted forever in the blockchain) also, bribery is an illegal offense so it's not a good thing to do and involve bitcoin with.,

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February 17, 2017, 06:32:47 PM
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I think it is a good idea, but considering pseudo anonymous nature of bitcoin, I will prefer doing this via Monero which is gaining traction among darknet too.

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February 17, 2017, 10:08:39 PM
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I don't think people in this thread need to teach OP how bribing is bad and plain wrong. He is capable enough to understand the consequences of bribing.

Other than that, Bitcoin has made bribing more easier since it allows anonymous payment and there are hundreds of ways to make your coins disappear after the transaction is complete.

Everything has a good and a bad side and this is just another way Bitcoins can be misused.

Yeah mixer service make it easier because somehow it erases the trace of the two person's bribe transaction.  Aside from that it can be done in two different location without banks or remittance service and nullify or at least make it harder to trace the people involved.

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February 18, 2017, 06:16:16 AM
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Bribing via bitcoin is easy and highly secure that other than the bribe giver and receiver knows it. Recently too in US a Pastor was convicted for bribe through bitcoin. It has come to the court for hearing, on the first day its found that $15000 worth bitcoin was received in the form of church donation.

There are many cases coming around from the world. People are misusing it anonymity for their best. No one else need to know about this transaction other than the sender and receiver.

That is reality, and is a bad idea, it is misconduct and bad. I hate people like that. If you do that, you are a criminal. Bitcoin currency is a clean, your ideas are denigrate the value of Bitcoin

This is the main reason why most of the merchants and institutes don't want to use Bitcoin as a payment gateway. It makes them feel that someone will point out that they are misusing the money only because they are using Bitcoin. It's a loss to all the Bitcoin community.

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February 18, 2017, 06:41:11 AM
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Bribing via bitcoin is easy and highly secure that other than the bribe giver and receiver knows it. Recently too in US a Pastor was convicted for bribe through bitcoin. It has come to the court for hearing, on the first day its found that $15000 worth bitcoin was received in the form of church donation.

There are many cases coming around from the world. People are misusing it anonymity for their best. No one else need to know about this transaction other than the sender and receiver.

That is reality, and is a bad idea, it is misconduct and bad. I hate people like that. If you do that, you are a criminal. Bitcoin currency is a clean, your ideas are denigrate the value of Bitcoin

This is the main reason why most of the merchants and institutes don't want to use Bitcoin as a payment gateway. It makes them feel that someone will point out that they are misusing the money only because they are using Bitcoin. It's a loss to all the Bitcoin community.
That is still traceable but it will give a hard time for the authorities to trace transactions and you are safe if you are not suspected. For now, bitcoin is easily use for illegal transactions but as the government has strengthen the rules and regulation, it will be more risky.

Exchange sites are require to comply with the Anti Money Laundering and the example falls to the the law, so it's risky.

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It was actually really could happen! because they consider it the safest way but no evil shall escape from law enforcement even if Bitcoin is considered as a means of transaction safest thing to do Crime will definitely be wafted by their law enforcement so do not try to do anything utuk crime
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March 04, 2017, 05:39:50 PM
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Bribing itself a bad idea, so when bribing is done through bitcoin it makes bad impression over bitcoin for people who have been into research whether to use bitcoin or not.



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MatrixCoin - Creating Bright Future Together


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March 04, 2017, 05:56:19 PM
 #100

Seriously mate ?
Bribing itself isn't good. + suggesting bitcoins to do that makes it worse.

Bitcoin already has kinda bad reputation as it's used in pirating sites and other illegal things (I guess).

That's simply wrong for the society and more important to US it's bad for the future of crypto currency.


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