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  1. Following the article on Bitcoin, and the much interest in the subject (over 35 views so far), I decided to start a discussion on the subject here. First of all, I wanted to clarify something about Bitcoin - Bitcoin is a digital and distributed currency. The word decentralized is a bit confusing, so here's the explanation: the currency is represented in bits and bytes in computer files that are duplicated on any computer running the Bitcoin software. This means that there are hundreds of thousands and millions of copies of the currency documentation - the transactions, trade, and mining that are done in it. And the most important meaning about this point: it is not possible to "close the gap" of Bitcoin. There is no central server that centralizes the activity of the currency, so countries, or organizations (economic or other) can not threaten its existence. With m
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