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October 10, 2010, 02:01:34 PM
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How are these not natural monopolies? if you own the sewer system, then who's going to compete with you?

What is a "neighborhood institution"? sounds like a local government... ;-)

A condominium. Like, when you own an apartment, you partially own the common parts of the buildings. When you own a house on a private condo, you partially own the streets and common area etc.
The local networks (streets, plumbing, electric cables etc) could be owned by the condominiums, which would then contract "backbone" providers.

It's not like a government because it's voluntary, contractual. (okay, to switch from the current system to such a system it would be hard to make it 100% voluntary, but it would be at least much closer to a voluntary institution than when the state controls everything).

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October 10, 2010, 11:15:33 PM
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How are these not natural monopolies? if you own the sewer system, then who's going to compete with you?

What is a "neighborhood institution"? sounds like a local government... ;-)

A condominium. Like, when you own an apartment, you partially own the common parts of the buildings. When you own a house on a private condo, you partially own the streets and common area etc.
The local networks (streets, plumbing, electric cables etc) could be owned by the condominiums, which would then contract "backbone" providers.

It's not like a government because it's voluntary, contractual. (okay, to switch from the current system to such a system it would be hard to make it 100% voluntary, but it would be at least much closer to a voluntary institution than when the state controls everything).

Voluntary in what sense? I can enter a contract with another condo if I like... So I have choice. Essentially, I see this as competition in governments; voting with your feet. If I am free to change my local government, then this is a voluntary system. This is a vision of decentralised of government, which I like.

Really, we're just arguing about definitions. The condominium is not THE government, but it functions as a form of government: votes, taxes, laws, regulations, maintaining infrastructure, etc. So when I say that natural monopolies should be owned by the government, you actually agree with this, but have added decentralisation into the equation.
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May 06, 2018, 02:57:01 PM
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I do not think avoiding tax is a good idea. The government these days are sophisticated, they would know that there  have been money transferred to your account. Instead of hiding it from the government, you better report it but that's if there are rules about bitcoin taxes. As long there wasn't any rules about bitcoin taxes, it's still fine.


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May 06, 2018, 09:20:03 PM
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No one should ever try to use bitcoin as a way to avoid tax, you're using an online currency that is fully traceable in an attempt to hide TAXES with FIAT currency. Hiding paper notes is going to be much easier than trying to hide something which is present straight on the blockchain.

The full force of the US government will find the money that they're missing. The IRS has already employed crypto companies to track down bitcoin addresses and people.














 

 

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June 06, 2018, 01:57:35 PM
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may impose a tax on traders who trade in the exchange or market but not too expensive, because Saotshi is appreciated once by the Cryptocurrency community.

and everyone knows that now the market is at the point of Bears 'animals, where traders' opinions are very few.

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