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December 28, 2014, 10:37:33 AM
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I don't think we will see $1000 this year.
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December 28, 2014, 10:49:58 AM
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Further year of HODLing in anticipation of a moon shot that doesn't come Sad

Slow decrease and oscillating around $100.

Gavin Andresen and all Bitcoin Foundation members are put on trial for fomenting anarchy.

Bitcoin is superseded by trading of blockchain based virtual pokemon cards.

HODLing for the longest time. Skippin fast right around the moon. On a rocketship straight to mars.
Up, up and away with my beautiful, my beautiful Bitcoin~
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December 28, 2014, 01:07:10 PM
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Bircorn in 2015?


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December 28, 2014, 02:18:01 PM
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...Never underestimate the ability of central banks to use their primary tool - the money printer. Or get another central bank to use theirs and provide buying pressure when required.

>Invests in Bitcoin, which does nothing but print money, currently inflating the coin supply @~14% a year
>grumbles about central banks printing money

No wonder you're broke.

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December 28, 2014, 05:44:40 PM
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What happened so far?

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Financial Services Executives:

Amex CEO Kenneth Chenault said: "The protocol of bitcoin is going to be important."

Richest man in the world, Bill Gates: "Bitcoin is better than currency."

Virgin Founder and CEO, Richard Branson: "I have invested in bitcoin because I believe in its potential, the capacity it has to transform global payments is very exciting."

Former Citigroup CEO, Vikram Pandit: "The reason I like the concept of virtual currency is because it's spawning a lot of innovation and thinking about how you transfer money around the world, how you store money, all those kinds of things."

Jamie Dimon's lieutenant and global head and managing director at JPMorgan’s transactions services unit,Paul Camp, who joined Circle this week even after his boss mused, “The question isn’t whether we accept it, [but rather] do we even participate in people who facilitate Bitcoin?”

eBay President John Donahue: "I think there are two sides of it, the investment side and the digital currency side," he continued in the interview, which aired Thursday. "I'm more interested in the digital currency side about how you and I can exchange value seamlessly using technology."

PayPal mafia member Reid Hoffman: "I think it's an incredible system that's created a ledger that is across – a distributed ledger across the whole world for it can be money but it can also be other things."

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Companies accepting bitcoin:

Microsoft - Second largest company in the world.

Dell - Fortune 100 company.

Dish - Fortune 500 company.

Overstock - First billion dollar company to accept bitcoin.

Expedia - World's largest travel site.

United Way - World's largest charity.

Wikipedia - Fifth most popular website in the world.

Wordpress - Top digital content platform in the world.

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Companies integrating bitcoin into their products:

Paypal / Braintree - Payments giant with 160 million users globally.

Stripe - Top mobile payments platform.

Intuit - Quickbooks and Mint product integrations.

NCR - Multi-billion dollar payments company.

Square - Multi-billion dollar payments leader.

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Honestly - who expected MS, Dish or Expedia?

What will happen in 2015? The lists will grow until there will be one hit which will make the balloon explode ...

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