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nursahath07
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November 16, 2017, 06:53:33 PM
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From my point of view
1.If we want to simplify that reserve currency is low rate of risk than online currency
2. protocol system is manual but stronger than virtual currency
3.holders facilities are larger than bitcoin currency holders.
4. transection facilities are faster than reserve currency all over the world.
5. open transection process is better than reserve currency.
6. holders justification is not so much stronger like reserve currency
7. any cone cant open an account in serve currency but any one can open an account for virtual currency
8. popularity is not so much popular like online or digital currency
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November 16, 2017, 07:50:00 PM
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From my point of view
1.If we want to simplify that reserve currency is low rate of risk than online currency
2. protocol system is manual but stronger than virtual currency
3.holders facilities are larger than bitcoin currency holders.
4. transection facilities are faster than reserve currency all over the world.
5. open transection process is better than reserve currency.
6. holders justification is not so much stronger like reserve currency
7. any cone cant open an account in serve currency but any one can open an account for virtual currency
8. popularity is not so much popular like online or digital currency


I don't understand your point. What do you define as "reserve currency"? If you mean the USD (which is the current world reserve currency, as far as I know), are you saying that we should be talking about the USD or BTC in the "Economical section" of the forum?

Reformulate the point of your thread so maybe I can give a proper answer.
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