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July 18, 2017, 04:33:43 PM
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Hello everyone , My name's Thierry. I'm newbie here.
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Sorry if this has been posted before but I am a Bitcoin supporter but there obviously is some inconveniences vs using the regular dollar. Mainly the fee. Nobody would want to use a currency where they pay fees. Another is how can restaurants like subway and others legally accept Bitcoin if the government has no control over it?
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Is it possible for these inconvinences to be resolved or can it not be done technically? The reason I ask this is because if not, it's possible another coin will come along that is much more convenient and will eventually surpass Bitcoin.

People have said long transaction times but there are already Bitcoin credit/debit cards so I don't see that as a problem สมัครufabet

Thanks.
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July 18, 2017, 05:41:14 PM
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Hello everyone , My name's Thierry. I'm newbie here.
ufabet
Sorry if this has been posted before but I am a Bitcoin supporter but there obviously is some inconveniences vs using the regular dollar. Mainly the fee. Nobody would want to use a currency where they pay fees.
PayPal charges fees of about 4% to the merchant.  BTC fees are extremely low compared to PayPal, and it's quite convenient.  If it was implemented properly you'd just scan a QR code, put in the amount and hit send.
Another is how can restaurants like subway and others legally accept Bitcoin if the government has no control over it?
They can accept what they want.  There's already a couple of Subway stores that have accepted Bitcoin before, and a few major merchants such as Steam and Overstock already accept it.
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Is it possible for these inconvinences to be resolved or can it not be done technically? The reason I ask this is because if not, it's possible another coin will come along that is much more convenient and will eventually surpass Bitcoin.
Bitcoin is very secure due to how it's already been established.  It also has first mover advantage, and there are only a couple of cryptocurrencies which I regard to be very good relative to BTC currently anyway.
People have said long transaction times but there are already Bitcoin credit/debit cards so I don't see that as a problem สมัครufabet

Thanks.
That's centralised bullshit.  It's just a web wallet from which you can spend fiat instead of actually using your coins.

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