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July 13, 2011, 10:16:17 PM
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Saw this. Didn't find it in a search so not sure if it was posted:
http://nerdr.com/shutting-down-bitcoin-really-taking-down-the-bitcoin-network/

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July 13, 2011, 10:30:19 PM
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This was posted June 15, 2011.


It's outdated.

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July 13, 2011, 10:42:47 PM
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The assessment is based too much on what the guy feels is the truth behind the motivations of Bitcoin users, thus making the whole page shit.

I have to say though, excellent troll bait (not accusing you, just the nerdr himself), he has managed to capture so many Bitcoin users into actually debating him in his comments section, this is actually better than the article itself.

"Bitcoin owners and users who (through greed) “want to believe” and you have a situation waiting to go bad."

Yeah, the writer seems to have his opinions made up, hard to discuss things in any realistic manner with that block in place.

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July 16, 2011, 07:28:31 PM
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The assessment is based too much on what the guy feels is the truth behind the motivations of Bitcoin users, thus making the whole page shit.

I have to say though, excellent troll bait (not accusing you, just the nerdr himself), he has managed to capture so many Bitcoin users into actually debating him in his comments section, this is actually better than the article itself.

"Bitcoin owners and users who (through greed) “want to believe” and you have a situation waiting to go bad."

Yeah, the writer seems to have his opinions made up, hard to discuss things in any realistic manner with that block in place.

I just saw the article and thought it might be of interest. Did a search here and didn't find anything. At the moment I don't really have a care one way or another. Trying to contribute is all.

My guess about bitcoin is as lousy as anyone else's. I think if it does catch on it will take quite a bit longer than many speculators hope, and go through quite a slump here shortly. But there's a market for it, and if it can get over some barriers then the usage will slowly grow. I would think the price will need to fall dramatically first however.

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