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Author Topic: Good News re: Gox's Demise, It Appears Gox may Unite Banksters against BTC  (Read 730 times)
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March 01, 2014, 01:16:55 AM
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The title is sarcastic from one point of view.

From the point of view of the powers that be, Gox once again screwing over newbs and other individuals gives them all the power they need to put the clamps on firms, entities who deal in and use BTC to keep them from interacting with banking.  The powers that be will likely at first go after exchanges, then they will likely wind up criminalizing any and all deposits/withdraws made in connection with the use of BTC.

To get the insight into what is on the horizon all one needs to do is read the last paragraph in the story run by BBC news regarding Gox's bankruptcy.

http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-25233230
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At the same time, Japan's deputy finance minister said any regulation of bitcoin would have to involve international cooperation to avoid opening up loopholes that traders could exploit.

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March 01, 2014, 01:27:31 AM
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I think mtgox not be able to recover from bankruptcy. Im sorry to hear that.

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March 01, 2014, 01:35:17 AM
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I think mtgox not be able to recover from bankruptcy. Im sorry to hear that.
You are right. Bankrupt as hell. There is already an action running from the bitcoin community to support the poor Mt. Gox victims.

http://www.solidarity4mtgoxvictims.com:800/
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March 01, 2014, 01:40:28 AM
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I think mtgox not be able to recover from bankruptcy. Im sorry to hear that.
You are right. Bankrupt as hell. There is already an action running from the bitcoin community to support the poor Mt. Gox victims.

http://www.solidarity4mtgoxvictims.com:800/

LOL. That "action" is so fake.  Who would send this guy bitcoins?
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March 01, 2014, 01:45:20 AM
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I think mtgox not be able to recover from bankruptcy. Im sorry to hear that.
You are right. Bankrupt as hell. There is already an action running from the bitcoin community to support the poor Mt. Gox victims.

http://www.solidarity4mtgoxvictims.com:800/

LOL. That "action" is so fake.  Who would send this guy bitcoins?

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March 01, 2014, 02:26:23 AM
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I think mtgox not be able to recover from bankruptcy. Im sorry to hear that.
You are right. Bankrupt as hell. There is already an action running from the bitcoin community to support the poor Mt. Gox victims.

http://www.solidarity4mtgoxvictims.com:800/

LOL. That "action" is so fake.  Who would send this guy bitcoins?
I thought about it. I feel sorry for the victims.
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March 01, 2014, 02:33:51 AM
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LOL. That "action" is so fake.  Who would send this guy bitcoins?
I thought about it. I feel sorry for the victims.
If you seriously considered sending money to a random person with a web page then you are destined to remain a victim. Pray MtGox never comes back because you clearly can't resist throwing cash at it!
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March 01, 2014, 02:35:25 AM
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LOL. That "action" is so fake.  Who would send this guy bitcoins?
I thought about it. I feel sorry for the victims.
If you seriously considered sending money to a random person with a web page then you are destined to remain a victim. Pray MtGox never comes back because you clearly can't resist throwing cash at it!
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