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Re: Bitcoin

Post by Brody » Sun May 19, 2019 11:02 am

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Re: Bitcoin

Post by markd » Sun May 19, 2019 7:06 pm

what started out as a gamers currency to pay computer game ransoms & acquire computer game weapon systems & other computer game assets has been taken seriously by those tht buy it now & the gamers are still laughing

i remember when game currencies were being discussed in gaming forums prior to 2010 & there was specualtion that this could crossover to the real world investing suckers & thats when it suddenly took off
there was much ridicule by gamers that it wouldnt happen as no one would be naieve enough to take gaming currencies seriously as an real world investment

all crypto is gaming currencies

anyone that buys into crypto under present circumstances is buying into a pyramid scheme
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Re: Bitcoin

Post by Equinix » Sun May 19, 2019 8:31 pm

markd wrote:what started out as a gamers currency to pay computer game ransoms & acquire computer game weapon systems & other computer game assets has been taken seriously by those tht buy it now & the gamers are still laughing

i remember when game currencies were being discussed in gaming forums prior to 2010 & there was specualtion that this could crossover to the real world investing suckers & thats when it suddenly took off
there was much ridicule by gamers that it wouldnt happen as no one would be naieve enough to take gaming currencies seriously as an real world investment

all crypto is gaming currencies

anyone that buys into crypto under present circumstances is buying into a pyramid scheme
There are plenty of cryptos with an actual function, build on ERC20, Neo and others on which you can code...

I get paid in crypto sometimes and it's pretty easy to find someone to buy them or to convert them to fiat on an exchange.

In general it's cheaper, no need for ID and you don't have to fill in a form with personal information.
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