in about redundancy in different countries. (2) I'm not a techie or a developer. I'm a monetary theorist who is holding BTC (even if they crash). However, if you're a non-techie/speculator, IN MY OPINION maintaining liquid, transparent, continual pricing IS ONE OF THE MOST CRITICAL elements for BTC's continued success/viability. How do you guys NOT AGREE WITH THIS POINT?? The other exchanges aren't nearly as good as Mt. Gox. Now perhaps, you think the next in line will step up and get its volume - perhaps so.
I happen to think that NWO/US govts are hellbent on destroying BTC or will be once they realize its capabilities. I'd love to hear a discussion about which governments have web/BTC friendly policies. My guess is Sweden. I like the fact that Russian entities are getting involved with BTC, but the problem is that there govt might rob you eventually. I'm not freaking out. I'm just absolutely puzzled that this vital discussion rarely gets vetted on this board.