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Stop fucking the mind.

None of the "1.7 billion adults" you claim "have no bank account" hold For personal consumption.

None of the "quarter of U.S. households" that you claim "do not have a bank account" hold For personal consumption.

None of the "million Israelis" you claim "have no bank account" hold For personal consumption.

 

There is not a single person on earth who holds For personal consumption.

(And if there was such a lonely person then he is a serious idiot, because he holds a "" "" coin "" "" that could tomorrow morning lose half of his "" value "" and no one would care)

 

There is no connection between the numbers you throw and Bitcoin and the fact that it is a casino that everyone who walks into does so for the purpose of speculative gambling.

 

 

By the way, I wonder what interest you have in pushing Bitcoin here, which is the only discussion you have ever commented on in this forum. Pyramid I already said?

 

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Man some nonsense, as if a person who does not have a bank account will have an account .

The simplest Google search also shows me that the numbers you throw here do not correspond with reality.

Here is an article from AP from 2018, the percentage of Americans without a bank account is at a low and stands at 6.5% when the trend is such that today the percentage is probably smaller.

https://apnews.com/article/8b2b93d4e9474c418853e0f20e79aaa8

 

When I look for numbers in Israel it seems like recycled articles and illogical numbers.

In an article from 2013 - 700,000 people in 2016 suddenly a million people do not have a bank account but in 2020 still a million people do not have a bank account.

 

The only number I have found confirmation from a source that I consider qualified is the 1.7 billion and when you look at the distribution you see that it comes

From failing places where people do not know what a credit card looks like and probably have no idea what it is .

https://www.forbes.com/sites/niallmccarthy/2018/06/08/1-7-billion-adults-worldwide-do-not-have-access-to-a-bank-account-infographic/?sh=11020434b011

 

People who do not have a bank account are the poorest and weakest people, they have no idea what Bitcoin is and Bitcoin is not the thing that will solve their problems in life.

 

 

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People who do not have a bank account are the poorest and weakest people, they have no idea what Bitcoin is and Bitcoin is not the thing that will solve their problems in life.

Definitely. In fact, there are only two groups of people for whom Bitcoin has solved all the problems in life - serious criminals (cyberattacks, pedophilia, human trafficking and illegal weapons, assassinations in the underworld) and alongside them speculators who managed to get in and out at good points.

 

And there may also be a considerable overlap between the two groups.

 

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By the way, I wonder what interest you have in pushing Bitcoin here, which is the only discussion you have ever commented on in this forum. Pyramid I already said?

The only reward? I would suggest blocking it, but it's amusing. 😁

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It's a shame that the whole article proves exactly my point - it is full of ridiculous stories about the fact that wherever they were they had to look for someone who would agree to buy from them. In exchange for real money, so that they can live on an earth where as mentioned there is not even one person holding For personal consumption - so their bitcoin was useless.

 

So maybe the next time you try to confuse the mind, at least read the links you post first ...

 

What’s more even if we assume yes we would consider this jerk as “someone who holds For personal consumption "in some very flexible definition - is this your case? Someone who has become a global sensation? I thought you were talking about 1.7 billion adults .... what happened to them?

 

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The very fact that Bitcoin allows you to hold a digital payment method without a bank account shows the uniqueness of it (and you do not even have to hold , You are welcome instead to hold a dollar-denominated currency that, God forbid, will not "hurt volatility").

 But shouting a pyramid is cooler than understanding at all what you're talking about.

 

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The very fact that Bitcoin makes it possible to hold a digital means of payment without a bank account shows the uniqueness of the matter.

There are many things in the world that are unique. This does not mean that they are good, or that someone needs or even wants them.

 

Undoubtedly some of the ideas behind Bitcoin, the blockchain, They are interesting and positive. The overall package is something bad and harmful, from the reasons I and others have detailed above. There are many bad things in the world that some people make money from.

 

What you do not understand is that the very fact that you are constantly measuring the "value" of Bitcoin in dollars (or other currencies) proves beyond any doubt that Bitcoin itself has no built-in value, and you yourself do not believe in it but as speculation and a way to get rich in the real world. ".

 

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The very fact that Bitcoin allows you to hold a digital payment method without a bank account shows the uniqueness of it (and you do not even have to hold Bitcoin, You are welcome instead to hold a dollar-denominated currency that, God forbid, will not "hurt volatility").

 But shouting a pyramid is cooler than understanding at all what you're talking about.

 

 

You should read a little more about Bitcoin before you become its missionary.

For example, read in small print here. And there are more full sources that you are welcome to look for yourself.

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-01-31/bitcoin-s-network-operations-are-controlled-by-five-companies

 

This miracle called Bitcoin, which no one controls and that we are finally freed from the tyrannical co-operatives that control us, it's all one big bullshit.

The Bitcoin backbone is dominated by huge mining groups from the most degrading and immoral country in the world called China.

If bictoin becomes a mainstream investment and payment tool then we are all in big trouble.

 

If I have to choose between something that is controlled by Chinese companies and Western central banks and corporations that are at least subject to some kind of regulation (whether more or less successful) then it is pretty clear which side I choose to be on.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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 You should read a little more about Bitcoin before you become its missionary.

For example, read in small print here. And there are more full sources that you are welcome to look for yourself.

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-01-31/bitcoin-s-network-operations-are-controlled-by-five-companies

 

This miracle called Bitcoin, which no one controls and that we are finally freed from the tyrannical co-operatives that control us, it's all one big bullshit.

The Bitcoin backbone is dominated by huge mining groups from the most degrading and immoral country in the world called China.

If bictoin becomes a mainstream investment and payment tool then we are all in big trouble.

 

If I have to choose between something that is controlled by Chinese companies and Western central banks and corporations that are at least subject to some kind of regulation (whether more or less successful) then it is pretty clear which side I choose to be on.


You probably have no idea how this works or what the miner at all can do with the computing power.

The only thing he can carry out is a 51% attack (when he has over 50% of the computing power), and the "damage" that can be done is quite limited.

I encourage you to read about it, especially the last part of the article - https://academy.binance.com/en/articles/what-is-a-51-percent-attack

And as of today, the cost of such an attack today is about $ 700 per hour - https://www.crypto51.app/

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It does not matter at all, when the Chinese are behind the organization of companies that form the backbone of Bitcoin this is the problem.

Cause damage at all does not need economic for them, in China there is nothing private, the country controls everything, and if the authorities in China decide to use these companies

To cause economic damage to the West then they will do so without batting an eyelid.

 

And it's even before I even tried to check what the credibility of your sources is and what their interests are, so I'm assuming that everything written there is 100% true.

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@SaspndD

I'll take the risk of talking to a troll here, but I want to ask you a simple question (excuse me for not following all 119 pages of the discussion).

 

You constantly explain to us what is not and why we do not understand anything about Bitcoin. Answer once - on what In your opinion The great value of Bitcoin lies, apart from the possibility of using it as a speculative investment to create a profit In regular currencies, That's the only thing I see you pumping here?

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@SaspndD

I'll take the risk of talking to a troll here, but I want to ask you a simple question (excuse me for not following all 119 pages of the discussion).

 

You constantly explain to us what is not and why we do not understand anything about Bitcoin. Answer once - on what In your opinion The great value of Bitcoin lies, apart from the possibility of using it as a speculative investment to create a profit In regular currencies, That's the only thing I see you pumping here?


A means of conveying value regardless of a centralized system or constraints to anyone and by any means (including through Radio or satellite)
This guy explains my words better than I do - 

 

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Do you at all read what you put here?

You're just proving that what I'm saying is accurate.

Binance - Chinese

Huobi - Chinese

Poolin - Chinese

F2Pool - Chinese

Antpool - Chinese

At some point I just got tired of continuing to check ...

 

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