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June 18, 2017, 04:00:58 AM
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Who are we?

ME-Bitcoin is a resource for Bitcoin in the Middle East. Status of Bitcoin, tutorials, guides, news and much more.

Our Website:

https://www.me-bitcoin.com/
Resource for bitcoin in the middle east owned by someone from the United States, is this the reason you forgot that the languages of Middle East is basically Arabic ? Bitcoin is universal and it cannot be tied with any particular region. There is no way you can say the geographical location of a bitcoin transaction, so the whole idea is vague.

You misunderstood the purpose I assume, let me put it this way; it's a website to educate and inform people in the Middle East about Bitcoin.
We are working on the translation, and I'm not from the United States, I'm actually from the Middle East Cheesy
Really hilarious answer.
So, you are from the Middle East, though your website's domain whois says something different, and forgot that majority of the people in the Middle East don’t speak English ? You seem to contradict your own self Shocked

"whois says something different" => Whois Privacy, heard of it mr Troll.
"and forgot that majority of the people in the Middle East don’t speak English ?" => Not true.


Your site is pretty much informative and its very helpfull for those people who's starting up to used bitcoins today, And the best thing here is you can expand your tutorials in asia or maybe you can make it global so that those person seeking some little information on how to start their bitcoin venture and get some valid ideas.

Good job dev and site is quitely appealing and much interactive. Grin

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June 18, 2017, 06:16:45 AM
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Who are we?

ME-Bitcoin is a resource for Bitcoin in the Middle East. Status of Bitcoin, tutorials, guides, news and much more.

Our Website:

https://www.me-bitcoin.com/
Resource for bitcoin in the middle east owned by someone from the United States, is this the reason you forgot that the languages of Middle East is basically Arabic ? Bitcoin is universal and it cannot be tied with any particular region. There is no way you can say the geographical location of a bitcoin transaction, so the whole idea is vague.

You misunderstood the purpose I assume, let me put it this way; it's a website to educate and inform people in the Middle East about Bitcoin.
We are working on the translation, and I'm not from the United States, I'm actually from the Middle East Cheesy
Really hilarious answer.
So, you are from the Middle East, though your website's domain whois says something different, and forgot that majority of the people in the Middle East don’t speak English ? You seem to contradict your own self Shocked

"whois says something different" => Whois Privacy, heard of it mr Troll.
"and forgot that majority of the people in the Middle East don’t speak English ?" => Not true.


Your site is pretty much informative and its very helpfull for those people who's starting up to used bitcoins today, And the best thing here is you can expand your tutorials in asia or maybe you can make it global so that those person seeking some little information on how to start their bitcoin venture and get some valid ideas.

Good job dev and site is quitely appealing and much interactive. Grin


Thank you so much for your kind feedback!
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June 19, 2017, 12:51:06 AM
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Really hilarious answer.
So, you are from the Middle East, though your website's domain whois says something different, and forgot that majority of the people in the Middle East don’t speak English ? You seem to contradict your own self Shocked
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"whois says something different" => Whois Privacy, heard of it mr Troll.
"and forgot that majority of the people in the Middle East don’t speak English ?" => Not true.

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English is now a neutral language. If it was in Arabic, some (few) people in middle east would'n understand it.
This might be for users from middle east as well as for others.
And you can be Arabic and not live in Arab. It's not about who is operating is but what is being operated.

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June 19, 2017, 07:19:15 AM
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Really hilarious answer.
So, you are from the Middle East, though your website's domain whois says something different, and forgot that majority of the people in the Middle East don’t speak English ? You seem to contradict your own self Shocked

"whois says something different" => Whois Privacy, heard of it mr Troll.
"and forgot that majority of the people in the Middle East don’t speak English ?" => Not true.

[/quote]

English is now a neutral language. If it was in Arabic, some (few) people in middle east would'n understand it.
This might be for users from middle east as well as for others.
And you can be Arabic and not live in Arab. It's not about who is operating is but what is being operated.
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Fix your quotes hahahha Grin
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