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September 19, 2011, 10:52:24 AM
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Also a practical point: your balance would be changing all the time. One moment you have $10, the next you have $20, then $5, and so on Smiley You send someone $10, then when it arrives it's $9 or $11...

+1. To me this is the only valid argument as the client could just have a drop-down for currency so this USD vs. EUR vs. IRR would not apply. And a second drop-down for picking the exchange platform.

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September 19, 2011, 10:54:11 AM
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License plates as the new physical currency FTW.

well ultimately the whole point about the license plates isn't how much the plate cost, it's how expensive the car is that it's placed on.

you could buy a 'bitcoin' plate for $50 and put it on your new Lambo and it'd still have the effect of associating the word 'bitcoin' with high wealth.
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