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March 31, 2012, 05:22:12 AM
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Just the same as your local supermarket doesn't know if the $10 you gave them to buy a packet of cigarettes was obtained by murdering someone down the road and stealing it from the wallet in their lifeless body ... and then when the supermarket gives it to the next person who receives it as change, the shop that they take the $10 change to, to buy their grandmother flowers doesn't know that it is "tainted" money and will happily let you use it to buy the flowers ... then the child of the murdered person may get the $10 back as change when they buy flowers for the funeral of their parent ...

Lol I think this is more about counterfeit than it is about murder x.x

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March 31, 2012, 07:35:06 PM
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Just the same as your local supermarket doesn't know if the $10 you gave them to buy a packet of cigarettes was obtained by murdering someone down the road and stealing it from the wallet in their lifeless body ... and then when the supermarket gives it to the next person who receives it as change, the shop that they take the $10 change to, to buy their grandmother flowers doesn't know that it is "tainted" money and will happily let you use it to buy the flowers ... then the child of the murdered person may get the $10 back as change when they buy flowers for the funeral of their parent ...

Lol I think this is more about counterfeit than it is about murder x.x

It is not possible to counterfeit Bitcoins.
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March 31, 2012, 10:58:22 PM
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It is not possible to counterfeit Bitcoins.

yet Wink no system is 100% error free.

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April 01, 2012, 12:28:23 AM
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Just the same as your local supermarket doesn't know if the $10 you gave them to buy a packet of cigarettes was obtained by murdering someone down the road and stealing it from the wallet in their lifeless body ... and then when the supermarket gives it to the next person who receives it as change, the shop that they take the $10 change to, to buy their grandmother flowers doesn't know that it is "tainted" money and will happily let you use it to buy the flowers ... then the child of the murdered person may get the $10 back as change when they buy flowers for the funeral of their parent ...

Lol I think this is more about counterfeit than it is about murder x.x

It is not possible to counterfeit Bitcoins.

Counterfeit collars don't exist either, if they are counterfeit they aren't dollars :p

You could trick someone into accepting something that isn't actually a bitcoin, that's really what counterfeiting is. Don't let your guard down.

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April 01, 2012, 09:19:47 AM
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You could trick someone into accepting something that isn't actually a bitcoin, that's really what counterfeiting is. Don't let your guard down.
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While I find that's will be very hard to do online it can become somewhat easy with physical coins.

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