I found an animation option on my iP4, it's much smoother/faster now.
I have a 4, how do you turn off the "bling"? my phone is really slow with 7...
That is not a government run institution. There should be no fees associated with online money transfers or payments.
>Once you have this awesome protocol for money transmission, the next question is: how to get bitcoins in wide and equitable circulation in the first place?
Why does it have to be a new currency? Why can't we have digital USD that can be transmitted this easily without the use of credit cards?
The government is in charge of printing money, why isn't it in charge of creating/handling digital currency?
You're right, the USD is just 62% of the world's foreign reserve currency...
So you're going to depend on USD to using BTC? What's the point of that?
>The people who have lived through hyperinflation or a currency crisis have managed to do it.
Yeah, by using more stable currencies. There's a reason so many countries use the USD instead of their own currency.
I see what you did there, oh how clever.
See, I thought the value of BTC was changing, but in fact everything else on earth fluctuating wildly in value; meanwhile the value of BTC was completely flat. I was clearly wrong.
Do you also believe that you are the center of the universe and everything revolves around you?
Given how unstable this "currency" has been in the recent past, how can anyone set price points without needing hourly updates to make sure they get a consistent payment?
Right now it's valued at $730, 2 weeks ago it was $200 and a few months ago it crashed.
You cannot run a business with currencies this volatile.
>He mocks the stupidity of the Average Joe right in front of their faces and they never catch on.
You realize this supports his claim.
And what if I don't want to burden other people by:
1) using their computer
2) using their electricity
3) using their bandwidth
4) using their space
So when I want an offsite backup, I should buy a second:
* network equipment
* internet connection
Is that right?
Sounds super efficient.
That seems suspicious. What kind of business operates for free...?
I guess I never really noticed that this was a Canadian specific thing. Seems I wrongfully assumed the US banking system had something similar.
Isn't this exactly the same thing as an Interac e-Transfer?
I've been sending money via email for many years this way.