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January 21, 2011, 08:10:05 AM
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Great to see your uncle has full blind trust in the government, do tell him his email wasnt one-to-one in the first place. It was one-to-echelon-to-you.

Markets always start out small, bitcoin market is already growing rapidly.
Lack of volume? 21*10^14 is a lack of volume???
I dont see what liquidity has to do with this anyway, only is your company fails as an ongoing business anyway, then again, im no expert..


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January 21, 2011, 08:48:46 AM
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Great to see your uncle has full blind trust in the government.

Most people in Europe do, to some extent. Here we see governments as a group of people who can be held responsible for their actions, if "the government" screws up, one or a few of the people has/have to come to the parliament (no excuses, like holiday) and explain.
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