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June 28, 2011, 05:41:46 AM
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I don't see what Steam has to gain from this arrangement.
A fuck-load of people buying keys. Valve probably couldn't be happier.

Don't get me wrong. It has potential. However, it seems like begging for conflict with Valve.

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June 28, 2011, 05:42:27 AM
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isnt $2.50 too small amount and the system not geared for buying & trading the needed 100's or 1000's of keys to be moving a decent amount of wealth ??

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June 28, 2011, 05:42:49 AM
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I don't see what Steam has to gain from this arrangement.
A fuck-load of people buying keys. Valve probably couldn't be happier.

Don't get me wrong. It has potential. However, it seems like begging for conflict with Valve.

agreed

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June 28, 2011, 05:46:56 AM
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I don't see what Steam has to gain from this arrangement.
A fuck-load of people buying keys. Valve probably couldn't be happier.

Don't get me wrong. It has potential. However, it seems like begging for conflict with Valve.
Valve would be making money. It would be inane for them to go against this.
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June 28, 2011, 05:47:40 AM
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isnt $2.50 too small amount and the system not geared for buying & trading the needed 100's or 1000's of keys to be moving a decent amount of wealth ??
I believe you can store up to 350 items per account. That might be limiting for some buyers.
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June 28, 2011, 05:51:49 AM
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I don't see what Steam has to gain from this arrangement.
A fuck-load of people buying keys. Valve probably couldn't be happier.

Don't get me wrong. It has potential. However, it seems like begging for conflict with Valve.
Valve would be making money. It would be inane for them to go against this.

That assumes bitcoin does not have a negative connotation. Perhaps if the servers weren't listed. How many users does TF2 allow? No middleman? Trade in comfortable amounts of scrip?

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June 28, 2011, 05:53:20 AM
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I don't see what Steam has to gain from this arrangement.
A fuck-load of people buying keys. Valve probably couldn't be happier.

Don't get me wrong. It has potential. However, it seems like begging for conflict with Valve.
Valve would be making money. It would be inane for them to go against this.

That assumes bitcoin does not have a negative connotation. Perhaps if the servers weren't listed. How many users does TF2 allow? No middleman? Trade in comfortable amounts of scrip?
Valve lists furry servers of all things. A server can hold up to 32 people. The hosting is decentralized.
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June 28, 2011, 05:58:32 AM
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I don't see what Steam has to gain from this arrangement.
A fuck-load of people buying keys. Valve probably couldn't be happier.

Don't get me wrong. It has potential. However, it seems like begging for conflict with Valve.
Valve would be making money. It would be inane for them to go against this.

That assumes bitcoin does not have a negative connotation. Perhaps if the servers weren't listed. How many users does TF2 allow? No middleman? Trade in comfortable amounts of scrip?
Valve lists furry servers of all things. A server can hold up to 32 people. The hosting is decentralized.

Well fortune favors the brave, but I have visions of pot ads in TF2 games becoming a regular thing. I'll tell you what we need is: a franchise name for bit coin exchange.

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