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#21 by valerie » Thu Jan 30, 2014 13:58

Naw, if the mob is smart they are presently taking Mary Jane classes in California.

PS. Mary Jane classes are now online too, I think.
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#22 by maspapang » Tue Feb 04, 2014 05:32

I'm still collecting bitcoin. But, it's hard to get 1 BTC everywhere :(
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#23 by oberder » Tue Feb 04, 2014 14:26

maspapang wrote: I'm still collecting bitcoin. But, it's hard to get 1 BTC everywhere :(

Considering that Bitcoins are limited ( yes, there is a limit to how many Bitcoins are made ) and that some are lost due to user's means ( stolen wallets, misplaced passwords, damaged hard drives, etc ), this is one of the reasons why the value is so high and unpredictable

Guess the basic Economics 101 is present when dealing with Bitcoins ( that is: "Supply and Demand" ) :shock:
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#24 by TiagoLemaire » Mon Feb 10, 2014 01:11

Has Clixsense ever considered Bitcoin Payments?
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#25 by Darkstar2 » Tue Feb 11, 2014 16:33

Read the latest news about BITCOIN on yahoo, a serious flaw discovered causes the currency to plunge,
the news dates a couple of days, but at the time it went down to $200 if not mistaken, as one of the biggest known exchanger halted withdrawals.

Seems the currency is taking more dives lately,a nd not quite getting back to its highs, and probably won't for some time.

No matter what the USD or other currencies is worth, legal tender will always be the preferred choice currency for organised crime, they would never play with a currency that cannot be backed and that is so volatile and can be worth almost nothing overnight, no way. Also bitcoin is capped, so as demand rises, so does its value.

Perhaps if the US made a historical move and declared default on its debt as no deal was reached, that would probably send the BITCOIN currency surging within weeks of the announcement.....
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#26 by jwyblejr » Wed Feb 12, 2014 00:45

Darkstar2 wrote:
jwyblejr wrote: I don't know how true it is but I heard that drug dealers or the mob was involved with them.

lol - that's utter rubbish in my opinion and highly unlikely.

The number one method believe it or not for organised crime is legal tender. Remember that BITCOIN is highly volatile, I'm sure the mob and drug dealers would not deal with something with unknown value but true value ! So if a customer is paying for drugs using BTC, say thousands worth in drugs, and the following day BTC value takes a huge dive,
I don't think the dealer will be too happy :D because with organised crime money moves quickly, so volatility is not something they can afford. Organised criminals mostly used LiibertyReserve and the likes :D and I don't believe they will be using BitCoin, LiteCoin or Coin1 anytime soon ! :lol: :lol: :lol:

Turns out I was mistaken. It was being used by the black market. But that was reported on Wikipedia,so you have to take that into account.
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#27 by Lalahh » Thu Feb 13, 2014 02:46

yes pleeeeeeeeeease let us be paid in bitcoins!!!!!!!!!!!! been waiting and hoping for a long time. come on, be cool... clixsense. forget all the negative you've heard... real honest businesses are now taking them... and new york will be the first state to regulate them. the senate hearing is on youtube, you can watch it and hear for yourself. bad things happen more often with cash than they do anything traceable, and yes... bitcoin is traceable. please google and always do the search as recent as possible. ignore the trolls. bitcoin is not going anywhere. welcome to the future. clixsense lets be a part of it... please!
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#28 by kspz7653 » Wed Feb 19, 2014 20:10

I think it's nothing more than a scam.
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