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July 28, 2013, 08:12:40 PM
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Fiat is very good for one thing:  paying your taxes.  They only accept their own fiat for that.

Wait, you mean that QR code I scanned to pay my taxes was a fraud?

Damn. But the vanity address started with 1RS !!!!!

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July 28, 2013, 09:16:38 PM
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how is fiat money designed then why is it better?

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July 28, 2013, 11:18:05 PM
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Would police be just as willing to go against criminals who have stolen your "fancy virtual game coins"? History shows that no, they aren't, even if you know the identity of the thief the police will likely remain impotent simply because it benefits them in conveying the idea that bitcoin isn't safe.

i totally laughed at this one. i guess you missed the latest SEC news on pirate@40. he has been caught, charged and has a court date.


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July 29, 2013, 07:37:15 AM
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Would police be just as willing to go against criminals who have stolen your "fancy virtual game coins"? History shows that no, they aren't, even if you know the identity of the thief the police will likely remain impotent simply because it benefits them in conveying the idea that bitcoin isn't safe.

i totally laughed at this one. i guess you missed the latest SEC news on pirate@40. he has been caught, charged and has a court date.


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