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Hello, I looked at some bitcoin only services and saw that a decreasing value in bitcoins made their service no longer worth it

what is the magic value for bitcoin to current USD for things to be worth it. btc$15 ? btc$20 ? thanks
 




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September 05, 2011, 05:00:01 AM
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Hello, I looked at some bitcoin only services and saw that a decreasing value in bitcoins made their service no longer worth it

what is the magic value for bitcoin to current USD for things to be worth it. btc$15 ? btc$20 ? thanks
 





I agree, and I say that once bitcoin is at $20 I feel like I can buy that wii from... I forget the site, but it is that really nice video game site... and it will be only 4btc

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