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Author Topic: What do you think of Central Bank Digital Currencies ?  (Read 8 times)
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September 26, 2021, 07:57:07 PM
Last edit: September 26, 2021, 08:10:33 PM by B1tUnl0ck3r
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I am ambivalent ! I like my cryptos, they are cool, fun and funny Smiley. I am not against CBDCs, however I won't support exclusive digital cbdc, I love my papers too (emf, hacking, proof). and you ? It's important to not let the "scholar" monopolize any discussion, as by definition, they are more than often unable to understand different point of view, but the one of their mentors...

Personally, I have no use for CBDC... specially in a "smart"phone wallet... no battery? broken? stolen? I prefer the old classical wallet with cash and coins (coins and cash have a way to hanker pricing, and are resilient to water and energy) and plastic works great, but the fees are a total rip off. Mastercard for example is a terrorist organization (banning ammos and ar-15 sells) and as such should be simply foreclosed to teach all those politically involved corps of the obama era to go fuck themselves in the sewers of america, with a giant claw back on all earning that all top managers there believed to be able to keep. Ruins. wpied. fucked them.

When the people of the world will get that covid was intentionally released to frame china, steal the election from trump, assure massive bail outs and foster the forced vaccination agendas...they will forget, like 911, wmds in irak, uss liberty or pedogate.
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