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August 01, 2012, 04:04:20 PM
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Ok, OP has inspired me. I'm going to reduce my h8 by 15.7%.   Kiss

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August 01, 2012, 07:57:59 PM
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jealously is a problem, you're right with that. greed is also one i guess.
but why is this a majority?



There always will be such things along with any kind of currency.

It is part of the human nature.
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August 01, 2012, 08:00:22 PM
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When Bitcoin is the currency mainly used for drugs, guns and ponzi schemes, there will likely be a regulatory response perhaps mandating that no person or business can accept digital currency without full AML/KYC (i.e.., get a copy of the ID from ever customer that pays you, store the info and transaction records for 5 years, etc.)

This is pure speculation.

Which evidence and data so far you have that proves your assertion true?
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August 01, 2012, 11:59:52 PM
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but now it seems only scams do matter. everybody tries to hide his ass or try to be a detective.


Indeed.  As I've been saying for a while, this place needs a serious rework, with proper mods hired to do actual mod work.

See my sig for a summation of my thoughts Wink

We need to remember that when a new person hears about Bitcoin, it's very likely they'll end up here after a quick google search.    What they'll find is, frankly, a bunch of dicks for the most part.   This place, at the moment, is pretty much the public face of Bitcoin, and that is BAD for Bitcoin.

Seriously, cull most of the mods who aren't worthy of the job (some are good, don't get me wrong, but the majority are a waste of space), implement some proper forum etiquette rules, clean up the place (merge threads for gods sake!!) and get more strict with banning and multi IP detection if they try to rejoin.    Just, act like a normal forum would.    

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August 02, 2012, 12:45:10 AM
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  What they'll find is, frankly, a bunch of dicks for the most part.     

I should just point out that this is only the case because people are allowed to get away with it.   Stricter moderation would sort that right out.

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August 02, 2012, 12:47:30 AM
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When Bitcoin is the currency mainly used for drugs, guns and ponzi schemes, there will likely be a regulatory response perhaps mandating that no person or business can accept digital currency without full AML/KYC (i.e.., get a copy of the ID from ever customer that pays you, store the info and transaction records for 5 years, etc.)

This is pure speculation.

Which evidence and data so far you have that proves your assertion true?

He was proposing two hypothetical situations to demonstrate one which is desirable and one which isn't.  This is the one that isn't.  He's not making an assertion.

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