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Question: Do you think it is safe to assume that the banking elite are paying people to troll this forum?  (Voting closed: March 26, 2012, 12:18:55 AM)
Yes - 34 (22.8%)
No - 89 (59.7%)
not sure - 26 (17.4%)
Total Voters: 149

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July 16, 2013, 02:50:07 PM

Why would anyone bother to troll this forum when it is so much easier to contact the NSA and request detailed analysis going back to post no1 ( in triplicate)
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July 16, 2013, 03:18:01 PM

No. They really don't care.

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July 16, 2013, 06:00:48 PM

Even these bankers try to, they fail if the user(s) use finCEN registered service to.

My place, currently questionable. May some people notice more in future. Usinf FinCEN registered can block some of them as bankers are also FinCEN registered.
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July 16, 2013, 07:40:17 PM

Will detract Bitcoin for 10,000 BTC.  Grin Grin Grin
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July 16, 2013, 07:42:35 PM

Wouldn't a 'troll' label be great.  People earn it, it would be a great way to save having to read bollocks over and over again...

I would not put some degree of paid activity on behalf of big powerful organisations, corporations or associations. History is riddled with infiltrations into great ideas.  The recent allegations that senor Snowden has revealed before our eyes is the most recent.

The intelligence agencies are definitely 'all in'.

Why wouldn't some of the most powerful corporations in the world?  

100%.  It's messing with their mojo's.  Shocked
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July 17, 2013, 11:46:26 AM

The banking elite doesn't care about this forum.  We are like little gnats buzzing around their heads at worst.   They care about bitcoin in general and want to squash it in its infancy but they don't care about the few people who use this board, so no reason to troll it and post anything.
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July 17, 2013, 12:03:48 PM

Lets be honest, they aren't above- Well, I was going to say trolling but the thing is at least to be a troll you have to have some class, if you look at reviews of forex brokers you have constant accusations of price fixing etc. when things haven't gone their way, here in the UK there's this never ending debate on taxing big financial institutions etc. where the financials threaten to leave if they get taxed too much.
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July 17, 2013, 04:45:18 PM

This is a no brainer to me, but would love to hear other people's input.

I don't think so... in idle conversation with the people who work at my bank I've mentioned bitcoins and they said that it was a good investment. Unless they want me to invest in it because they know it will fail... I really don't think that bitcoins are even that much of a threat to them.
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July 18, 2013, 06:30:45 AM

A better question are whether those who moderate this forum are genuinely scammy?

When someone points out that SPV is NOT peer-2-peer and if the 'default recommended client' is switched to SPV Multibit while the Bitcoin sales pitch retains the P2P descriptor it smacks of dishonesty, and has their post deleted by unknown moderators for unknown reasons it does not smell right.  It would be hard to argue that said post was 'off topic.'

Bitcoin is cool, but it has been and continues to be pumped in a highly questionable manner.

 - peer2peer:  Known by informed persons to be largely untrue in the not to distant future, and some people have put a great deal of work into driving the solution in this direction.

 - Anonymous:  Fuck no, particularly in light of Snowden's confirmation of large numbers of network taps and the PRISM family of corp/gov relationships.

 - Deflationary:  Maybe arguable several four-year cycles down the road.   Or not.  It's just code, and when only a handful of people mine and hold the block chain, who knows what they can be convinced to do?

Whatever the case, Bitcoin has been a good speculative bet for me and I have as much hope as ever that it will continue to perform even as it's soul is sucked dry.

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