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November 26, 2013, 01:24:48 PM
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I am a technical neophyte. However, the vast majority of technically sophisticated people that I have read do not share your fatalistic outlook on bitcoin. Every time you make your argument against bitcoin, someone rebuts you. It is true, you could be the only one who sees reality. But I think that might not be the case.

Objectively, it is very hard to be objective when pointing out bitcoin's flaws could hurt you very heavily in the wallet. That is not to agree with AnonyMint as he is often way too over the top, but appealing to authorities who have lots of skin in the game is not a great argument.

That is a good point.
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November 26, 2013, 03:09:20 PM
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Well well Atlast you will be riding on my coattails since I opened up the mindset in this forum for your (and others') altcoins. Over the top and all.  Cry So please don't thank me when the door hits me in the butt. Kiss

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November 26, 2013, 04:06:43 PM
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Well well Atlast you will be riding on my coattails since I opened up the mindset in this forum for your (and others') altcoins. Over the top and all.  Cry So please don't thank me when the door hits me in the butt. Kiss

Your argumentation skills are terrible and you are not doing yourself or any alternative currencies any favors by screaming until you're red in the face that you're right. No one responds well to that, even those that may not be indoctrinated by bitcoinomics yet.

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November 26, 2013, 04:39:01 PM
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I think the only "Bitards" here are the ones trying to use Localbitcoins with BitPay (which, depending on how it is being used, may be violating BitPay's TOS)

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November 26, 2013, 05:16:46 PM
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Well well Atlast you will be riding on my coattails since I opened up the mindset in this forum for your (and others') altcoins. Over the top and all.  Cry So please don't thank me when the door hits me in the butt. Kiss

Your argumentation skills are terrible and you are not doing yourself or any alternative currencies any favors by screaming until you're red in the face that you're right. No one responds well to that, even those that may not be indoctrinated by bitcoinomics yet.

When a competitor is wrong is often wise to convince them they are correct.

I think the only "Bitards" here are the ones trying to use Localbitcoins with BitPay (which, depending on how it is being used, may be violating BitPay's TOS)

Merchant forward to Bitpay, no prominent TOS was displayed on Bitpay. Braindead payment service. I could code something better than Bitpay in 3 days or less, excluding the FX hedging.

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November 26, 2013, 08:15:07 PM
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Braindead payment service. I could code something better than Bitpay in 3 days or less, excluding the FX hedging.

Go ahead. I'm sure Tony would gladly pay you for it if it's actually better.

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