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June 16, 2020, 12:34:13 PM
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the implementation of AI solutions at the level of low errors is quite acceptable and may even be desirable if AI shows better results than a person in terms of the number of errors made, if statistically and morally it turns out to be better. A good example is cryptocurrencies, where Bitcoin fully meets such criteria, and many altcoins using the same technology are created as bubble and do not meet such criteria.
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June 16, 2020, 12:40:23 PM
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if bitcoin is adopted as the main payment system, this will mean that society is taking the path of self-government, the principle of decentralization is contrary to the formation of monopolies and concentration of financial capital in narrow circles, the state is slowly disappearing, and is dying off.
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June 16, 2020, 12:43:06 PM
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if bitcoin is adopted as the main payment system, this will mean that society is taking the path of self-government, the principle of decentralization is contrary to the formation of monopolies and concentration of financial capital in narrow circles, the state is slowly disappearing, and is dying off.

countries appeared before the advent of money; lowering the level of control over money does not cancel states. Bitcoin may just be a tool to improve the system.

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June 16, 2020, 12:46:29 PM
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if bitcoin is adopted as the main payment system, this will mean that society is taking the path of self-government, the principle of decentralization is contrary to the formation of monopolies and concentration of financial capital in narrow circles, the state is slowly disappearing, and is dying off.

countries appeared before the advent of money; lowering the level of control over money does not cancel states. Bitcoin may just be a tool to improve the system.
it all depends on what we put in this concept, as you know, there is no generally accepted definition of a state.
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June 16, 2020, 12:49:29 PM
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if bitcoin is adopted as the main payment system, this will mean that society is taking the path of self-government, the principle of decentralization is contrary to the formation of monopolies and concentration of financial capital in narrow circles, the state is slowly disappearing, and is dying off.

countries appeared before the advent of money; lowering the level of control over money does not cancel states. Bitcoin may just be a tool to improve the system.
it all depends on what we put in this concept, as you know, there is no generally accepted definition of a state.

a country, a government is the whole system of delegated control over the execution of a social contract. And such a system can malfunction if used improperly. the introduction of decentralized solutions like Bitcoin into it will do it good.
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June 16, 2020, 12:52:32 PM
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if bitcoin is adopted as the main payment system, this will mean that society is taking the path of self-government, the principle of decentralization is contrary to the formation of monopolies and concentration of financial capital in narrow circles, the state is slowly disappearing, and is dying off.

countries appeared before the advent of money; lowering the level of control over money does not cancel states. Bitcoin may just be a tool to improve the system.
it all depends on what we put in this concept, as you know, there is no generally accepted definition of a state.

a country, a government is the whole system of delegated control over the execution of a social contract. And such a system can malfunction if used improperly. the introduction of decentralized solutions like Bitcoin into it will do it good.

Since I usually don’t take the term “state” very much in the meaning of the ruling class itself, I apologize in advance, if somewhere later in the discussions it turns out again that we returned to the terminological debate, it will be my fault, I’m not always attentive enough.
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June 16, 2020, 12:55:05 PM
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Bitcoin is a protocol for virtual space. it is a code. Strictly speaking, money is for computers, not people. so it has a chance to become the main payment system for robots.
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June 16, 2020, 12:58:05 PM
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As for self-government (such experiments in virtual communities are conducted) everything is very difficult and there are probably more negative experiences than positive ones.
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June 16, 2020, 01:01:09 PM
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As for self-government (such experiments in virtual communities are conducted) everything is very difficult and there are probably more negative experiences than positive ones.

DAO Ethereum, Steem, Voice, EOS ...
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June 16, 2020, 01:04:06 PM
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As for self-government (such experiments in virtual communities are conducted) everything is very difficult and there are probably more negative experiences than positive ones.

DAO Ethereum, Steem, Voice, EOS ...

Examples of self-governing systems, let's say strange and ambiguous enough Smiley
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June 16, 2020, 01:07:08 PM
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countries  will never allow decentralized currencies to circulate. This is nonsense.
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June 16, 2020, 01:13:41 PM
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countries  will never allow decentralized currencies to circulate. This is nonsense.
this is not the first time someone comes who speaks completely with clarity of confidence without even bothering to google it at least a little. There are well-known examples with New Zealand and Ohio, where they have long been allowed to even pay taxes in decentralized cryptocurrencies (which could be even more legal for the state ?!)
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June 16, 2020, 01:16:24 PM
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countries  will never allow decentralized currencies to circulate. This is nonsense.
this is not the first time someone comes who speaks completely with clarity of confidence without even bothering to google it at least a little. There are well-known examples with New Zealand and Ohio, where they have long been allowed to even pay taxes in decentralized cryptocurrencies (which could be even more legal for the state ?!)

different states allow cryptocurrencies to be circulated, and some even rush to manage implementing them before others in order to be the first to get the advantages that they can offer.
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June 16, 2020, 01:20:59 PM
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countries  will never allow decentralized currencies to circulate. This is nonsense.
this is not the first time someone comes who speaks completely with clarity of confidence without even bothering to google it at least a little. There are well-known examples with New Zealand and Ohio, where they have long been allowed to even pay taxes in decentralized cryptocurrencies (which could be even more legal for the state ?!)

different states allow cryptocurrencies to be circulated, and some even rush to manage implementing them before others in order to be the first to get the advantages that they can offer.

actually, the program for accepting tax payments in cryptocurrencies in Ohio was suspended until the State Attorney General's positive verdict.
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June 16, 2020, 01:24:05 PM
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countries  will never allow decentralized currencies to circulate. This is nonsense.
this is not the first time someone comes who speaks completely with clarity of confidence without even bothering to google it at least a little. There are well-known examples with New Zealand and Ohio, where they have long been allowed to even pay taxes in decentralized cryptocurrencies (which could be even more legal for the state ?!)

different states allow cryptocurrencies to be circulated, and some even rush to manage implementing them before others in order to be the first to get the advantages that they can offer.

actually, the program for accepting tax payments in cryptocurrencies in Ohio was suspended until the State Attorney General's positive verdict.

but why? it was such a futuristic decision!
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June 16, 2020, 01:27:26 PM
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countries  will never allow decentralized currencies to circulate. This is nonsense.
this is not the first time someone comes who speaks completely with clarity of confidence without even bothering to google it at least a little. There are well-known examples with New Zealand and Ohio, where they have long been allowed to even pay taxes in decentralized cryptocurrencies (which could be even more legal for the state ?!)

different states allow cryptocurrencies to be circulated, and some even rush to manage implementing them before others in order to be the first to get the advantages that they can offer.

actually, the program for accepting tax payments in cryptocurrencies in Ohio was suspended until the State Attorney General's positive verdict.

but why? it was such a futuristic decision!
The mere transfer of property to an intermediary at the expense of paying taxes is really a matter of technology. In Ohio, it was probably assumed that a certain category of sellers would be able to accept cryptocurrency directly at the expense of paying for goods and services, but the regulator rightly saw this as a direct risk to the dollar, so the project was canceled.

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June 17, 2020, 07:42:29 AM
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people all around the globe are dying from this scary virus and no one knows where it even comes from... such sadness!

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June 17, 2020, 07:46:17 AM
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people all around the globe are dying from this scary virus and no one knows where it even comes from... such sadness!
Now is quite an interesting time for cryptocurrencies. In the conditions of a sharp decline in the consumption of any goods and services, except for the most basic ones, such as pharmacies and grocery stores, for each business, including those with state ownership, the receipt of any funds will be very important. Those countries that will be able to understand this faster than others will receive additional advantages. And for all cryptocurrencies, this can be a big step forward.
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June 17, 2020, 07:49:04 AM
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June 17, 2020, 07:54:30 AM
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The ability to pay taxes with cryptocurrency seems to be the most obvious step to farther legalization of crypto. it is a really good idea.
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