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Author Topic: 2012-05-09 Bitcoins: A Decentralized Digital Currency? [Arbitrage Magazine]  (Read 1411 times)
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May 09, 2012, 07:53:20 PM
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Bitcoins: A Decentralized Digital Currency?

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A possible alternative to our growing financial crisis

For all its novel interest and seemly good intentions, this currency remains somewhat of a play thing for those involved with or curious about computer programming and economics. Considering how drastically different Bitcoins are from our current system, it is unlikely for the moment that this ‘change’ is going to come.

 - http://www.arbitragemagazine.com/topics/finance/bitcoins-decentralized-digital-currency

[The Arbitrage Magazine (Toronto, Canada) is North America's largest, student driven magazine that specializes in one thing: Business News with BITE.]
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May 10, 2012, 12:14:01 AM
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I dont remember seeing this before but it appears to be from Dec 2011 based on the comment and trackbacks. I didnt see a published date on the article itself (quite unprofessional for a publisher, lol).
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Doh! You're right, disquss message shows it was commented four months ago
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