May I know the logic behind considering the Bitcoin whitepaper as spam ? There was no referral attached to the link that could earn me a single penny !!!Brf wrote:I have removed your links.
Unless you have an opinion or something to discuss, this topic would be considered spam.
The point is that you are not expressing any type of opinion or subject matter here for discussion.gwave wrote: May I know the logic behind considering the Bitcoin whitepaper as spam ? There was no referral attached to the link that could earn me a single penny !!!
Bitcoin is being accepted by Wikipedia, Virgin Galactic, Expedia, TigerDirect, Overstock, PayPal, Payza, Khan Academy, Wordpress, BuySellAds ...just to name a few.noth wrote:I totally agree with Robert .... It is being used extensively for illegal reasons and it saddens me to see celebrities express their support for it e.g. Sir Richard Branson.
Bitcoin is the perfect way to pay for drugs and weapons when you wish to stay anonymous! Let's help the criminals!!
I could do instant transaction across the globe at less cost. I'm not from USA, but I buy various web products from USA. As long as I used credit card, I was charged a big Forex commission + CC processing fee. After Bitcoin, I dont need to pay for those extra charges. Moreover, my hosting once renewed my term without my consent as I dint know they have auto-renewal in place and I had to de-activate that manually. As long as I have switched to Bitcoin, I dont have that headache as auto-renewal is not possible unless I pay.Brf wrote:What is your personal experience in using Bitcoin?
I guess u read only the first sentence !!!Brf wrote:That is what my question was. I asked you what your experience was with Bitcoin, and you answered with "Could", rather than "Did". You also told about your bad experiences with Credit cards, when I did not ask about credit cards.