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January 19, 2018, 02:55:13 PM
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I haven't seen much media coverage on this topic, but is anyone worried about net neutrality going away putting cryptocurrencies at the direct mercy of the FCC & Internet providers? Is this even possible? Who's to say that their main hidden objective is to snuff out the entire world of cryptocurrencies? Decentralized platforms are a threat to centralized powers. Let's say they like crypto's, well I'm sure we can agree Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, and RIPPLE made the first cut. But coins like, Zcash, ZenCash, or Dash, no, those coins gotta go, we can't have private transactions here. Decentralized exchanges, that's a negative! Steem, decentralized freedom of speech, nope, that goes on the chopping block too! Am I crazy or missing something?
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I haven't seen much media coverage on this topic, but is anyone worried about net neutrality going away putting cryptocurrencies at the direct mercy of the FCC & Internet providers? Is this even possible? Who's to say that their main hidden objective is to snuff out the entire world of cryptocurrencies? Decentralized platforms are a threat to centralized powers. Let's say they like crypto's, well I'm sure we can agree Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, and RIPPLE made the first cut. But coins like, Zcash, ZenCash, or Dash, no, those coins gotta go, we can't have private transactions here. Decentralized exchanges, that's a negative! Steem, decentralized freedom of speech, nope, that goes on the chopping block too! Am I crazy or missing something?

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