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November 29, 2011, 08:35:51 PM

Hello Meni,

I'm happy as well to have talked to you in person.
Sorry, I admit you'll have to remind me your name and/or the time we got a chance to talk.
Scratch that, a search in Google's cache revealed your identity. Of course, we talked a lot and it was a pleasure.

Meni, you just gave me an awesome idea.  Who's ready for ski season??

I will start to incorporate this little idea into our getting started content.  
Pretty cool. Though a beginner may not know what "currency risk" is, so...

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November 29, 2011, 09:16:14 PM

Ha, nice to recognize people here in the forum. We've talked during the conference, OP. I'm the Brazilian-living-in-France guy. Guess I'll just add a photo of me too so that people can recognize me like I just recognized you.

About the topic, I agree with those saying that bitcoin can be both things. It's clear that so far, it is not a good store of value, and won't be for a while. But I'd expect it to become stable one day.
But you and Tony are correct when they say that currently, bitcoin is "only" a superior means of payment. Most people should only use bitcoin like that, for now.

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