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March 13, 2015, 12:04:03 AM

Letting IBM run a decentralised monetary system for governments is an uphill battle. Because the miners need their incentive. The fight would be between the miners needs, and the central banks control over money issuance. Big problem, no easy solution.

The only reason for the miners is to provide security. The miners get paid accordingly for their efforts.

In a centralized scenario you would not need miners. I would expect IBM to offer the security and reap the rewards. (Hint: The real rewards do not come from issuance or. They come from retaining the ability to be the only ones able to cook the books) IBM could be forced by court order to do anything the gov't wants and they wouldn't even be able to say anything about it.


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Has anyone made a thread for this specific topic yet?

If so, could I be so lazy as to ask for the link?

If not, could someone please make one?

Thanks.



Well... if IBM should provide the security, they would probably be extremely vulnerable to attacks.
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March 13, 2015, 12:40:18 AM

I do not like the IBM news, and have gone into capital preservation mode by closing my long for now. I'll wait to see if the market can shake this off:  I believe IBM not using bitcoin will be construed as a negative, or at least an excuse to take profits.

http://www.reuters.com/article/2015/03/12/us-bitcoin-ibm-idUSKBN0M82KB20150312


It's tokenisation again. I guess this makes life sweeter in third world banking areas like the US. In the EU money moves around near instantly for free already.

The underlying principles of BTC are what turns me on at least, not another fancy way of moving existing money which is what this is.

 

Sounds like its just another alt-coin.  Its blockchain based, with a 'coin', but the difference being these coins represent a given value of fiat currency.
Seems more of an effort to do away with back office software like meridian or equation than as a runner for bitcoin mkII. If i was Misys I'd be more worried.


they already tried that with that coin backed by usd... hardly anyone even knows its name. i cant remember name of it. it was total gay it did not work . it was like whats the point ?? buy more bitcoins........................ i mean buy more gold like trump told us too: https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/575046156692094976
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March 13, 2015, 01:00:17 AM

I do not like the IBM news, and have gone into capital preservation mode by closing my long for now. I'll wait to see if the market can shake this off:  I believe IBM not using bitcoin will be construed as a negative, or at least an excuse to take profits.

http://www.reuters.com/article/2015/03/12/us-bitcoin-ibm-idUSKBN0M82KB20150312

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"When somebody wants to transact in the system, instead of you trying to acquire a bitcoin, you simply say, here are some U.S. dollars," the source said. "It's sort of a bitcoin but without the bitcoin."

i just have to say one thing...

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We at 300 yet?
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March 13, 2015, 01:15:30 AM

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Fox News Military Analyst: US should start killing Russians in Ukraine

https://youtu.be/hLmBmf-OmXc

Jeeeze... say what you think why don't you.

Thank god this guy is retired.

Christ.
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Fox News Military Analyst: US should start killing Russians in Ukraine

https://youtu.be/hLmBmf-OmXc

Jeeeze... say what you think why don't you.

Thank god this guy is retired.

Christ.

Christ is not technically 'retired' iirc...
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March 13, 2015, 01:37:22 AM

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Fox News Military Analyst: US should start killing Russians in Ukraine

https://youtu.be/hLmBmf-OmXc

Jeeeze... say what you think why don't you.

Thank god this guy is retired.

Christ.
I agree, Jeeeeeeezzz. Maybe this guy should be killed by a russian. Giving him respect for human life as his life leaves his body?
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March 13, 2015, 01:40:16 AM

Are whales taking down the $300 buy wall on stamp?  It was like 7500 coins a week ago and now its barely 2000.
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March 13, 2015, 01:44:47 AM

Are whales taking down the $300 buy wall on stamp?  It was like 7500 coins a week ago and now its barely 2000.


Support is building on the buy side and the bots are shifting coins back accordingly. No point in whales blowing their wad to take down a wall when gravity and time will do it for them. Also, their is still a dumping mentality among traders so any big moves up in the market will be met with people dumping and taking profits, possibly bringing us down to an even lower level.
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March 13, 2015, 01:45:12 AM

Are whales taking down the $300 buy wall on stamp?  It was like 7500 coins a week ago and now its barely 2000.


when things are happening we see walls with 10k's coins being eaten in hours at most.

Now 7500 walls taking weeks to be eaten at sub 300 prices


pfff
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March 13, 2015, 01:48:50 AM

Are whales taking down the $300 buy wall on stamp?  It was like 7500 coins a week ago and now its barely 2000.


Support is building on the buy side and the bots are shifting coins back accordingly. No point in whales blowing their wad to take down a wall when gravity and time will do it for them. Also, their is still a dumping mentality among traders so any big moves up in the market will be met with people dumping and taking profits, possibly bringing us down to an even lower level.

In fact, this is very similar to what we saw on the way down, just in reverse. Sudden moves followed by strong support and establishment of a new normal. Resistance dissipates naturally.
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March 13, 2015, 02:00:04 AM

Possible 300$ today
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or 280$
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March 13, 2015, 02:15:47 AM

or 295 until 2020
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Possible 300$ today



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