Experience shows that government-regulated structures have their own issues. And when you have trouble with the regulating body, you can pick a better one. Oh, wait. No you can't.
Which is why Bitcoin is modeled more after bit-torrent than Napster.
I stopped after ep 2. If nothing else, it looked like cancel-fodder.
It comes pre-green-markered.
Connectbot suffers from a lack of landscape mode. There are a few other things that would make it more usable also. It's free though.
I believe that would make you a grammar Nazi, not troll.
Pair that with openid so that you don't have to do this for *every* site and you might be getting somewhere.
Obvious troll is obvious.
Ah yes, I remember also when those evil Republicans devastated the used car market with that "cash for clunkers" programme.
But what decides the haircut to token exchange rate? That's the point. Money is just another something to exchange, not something special in and of itself.
You might still be OK for that since 15 is still smaller than 152, for example. It just really messes things up when it comes to md5s. It's like some weird hybrid sort.
Now we have Beta shills?
As a Bitcoin advocate, I think it's more likely that people fear what they don't understand. There's this new thing out so people (news services) are looking for the scary stories. Criminal activity in Bitcoin usage is dwarfed by that in the USD, even proportionally
Except that they like to inflate the currency to extract value from holders and to keep an eye on transactions, particularly those exceeding $10,000.
Though if you think of cash as a commodity used in barter, a whole lot of things suddenly make sense.