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August 30, 2011, 10:59:33 AM
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so, just heard about tradehill updating its policies regarding australian authorities.

http://tradehillblog.com/


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August 30, 2011, 11:40:24 AM
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so, just heard about tradehill updating its policies regarding australian authorities.

http://tradehillblog.com/


If anyone still had any illusions: Bitcoin is not anonymous.

This only proves that operations that involve government currency are not anonymous. It says nothing about Bitcoin.

And not, Bitcoin is not anonymous, its pseudo-anonymous.
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August 30, 2011, 12:37:41 PM
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so, just heard about tradehill updating its policies regarding australian authorities.

http://tradehillblog.com/


If anyone still had any illusions: Bitcoin is not anonymous.

This only proves that operations that involve government currency are not anonymous. It says nothing about Bitcoin.

And not, Bitcoin is not anonymous, its pseudo-anonymous.

Exactly, there are two ways to go about changing fiat currencies to Bitcoin. Follow the regulations and appease the government  or risk getting shut down.
Bitcoin exchanges being shut down doesn't help anyone. If you want to buy Bitcoins anonymously there are other methods. 
We will let everyone know before we make additional changes.

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August 30, 2011, 12:39:57 PM
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so, just heard about tradehill updating its policies regarding australian authorities.

http://tradehillblog.com/


If anyone still had any illusions: Bitcoin is not anonymous.

This only proves that operations that involve government currency are not anonymous. It says nothing about Bitcoin.

And not, Bitcoin is not anonymous, its pseudo-anonymous.

Exactly, there are two ways to go about changing fiat currencies to Bitcoin. Follow the regulations and appease the government  or risk getting shut down.
Bitcoin exchanges being shut down doesn't help anyone. If you want to buy Bitcoins anonymously there are other methods. 
We will let everyone know before we make additional changes.

Jered

Yup, if you're so hung up on anonymity, meet up with someone at the nearest Starbucks or wait till a Bitcoin ATM reaches your town. Nice going, Tradehill. The more iterations of you there are out there, the harder it's going to be for anyone to ever fully shut you down.
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September 03, 2011, 06:56:04 PM
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Well, digigalt?

What ever became of this move on TradeHill by unnamed Australian authorities?

We are all counting on you to keep us apprised of this *ahem* imminent situation...

No doubt you are overwhelmed by the intensity of this fast-paced months-long development. But if you can spare a moment to give us the latest from your privileged sources we would appreciate it.

Or if a mod could change the title of this thread that would be great.


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September 03, 2011, 07:24:20 PM
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Exactly, there are two ways to go about changing fiat currencies to Bitcoin. Follow the regulations and appease the government  or risk getting shut down.
Bitcoin exchanges being shut down doesn't help anyone. If you want to buy Bitcoins anonymously there are other methods. 
We will let everyone know before we make additional changes.

Jered

All I pointed out is that bitcoin is very far from being anonymous. I fully understand why you have to comply with regulations and my post was not an attack on you. But " the community"  should be fair to newbies. Bitcoin is not anonymous, unless you follow an extremely limited path. But that is the same with normal currencies. If you only use cash and have no bank account, you're also anonymous.

NOT a member of the so called ''Bitcoin Foundation''. Choose Independence!

Donate to the BitKitty Foundation instead! -> 1Fd4yLneGmxRHnPi6WCMC2hAMzaWvDePF9 <-
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September 03, 2011, 08:10:55 PM
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Exactly, there are two ways to go about changing fiat currencies to Bitcoin. Follow the regulations and appease the government  or risk getting shut down.
Bitcoin exchanges being shut down doesn't help anyone. If you want to buy Bitcoins anonymously there are other methods. 
We will let everyone know before we make additional changes.

Jered

All I pointed out is that bitcoin is very far from being anonymous. I fully understand why you have to comply with regulations and my post was not an attack on you. But " the community"  should be fair to newbies. Bitcoin is not anonymous, unless you follow an extremely limited path. But that is the same with normal currencies. If you only use cash and have no bank account, you're also anonymous.

Very true and a good point.

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September 03, 2011, 08:21:12 PM
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yeah, this thread needs to be taken down.
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