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I hear this complaint a lot when I try to explain bitcoin. Silk Road, ransom ware attacks, so forth, but why does the currency exchanged during illegal activities matter. They say btc is for criminals, but isn't the usd the currency that's been involved in the most criminal activity through time?
Why is bitcoin to blame? Ransomware attacks and illegal market places involve the internet, should the internet be banned? Probably used a keyboard and a mouse should they go too? WTF. I don't understand
11-30 23:43 - 'Can you imagine getting into something as obscure as Bitcoin (Silk road, crime etc) and then filing your taxes for it. / What an absolute cuck move' by /u/FiatSupremacy2046 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 325-335min
[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] Silk Road Drugs, Death and the Dark Web Documentary 2017
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I hear this complaint a lot when I try to explain bitcoin. Silk Road, ransom ware attacks, so forth, but why does the currency exchanged during illegal activities matter. They say btc is for criminals, but isn't the usd the currency that's been involved in the most criminal activity thr /r/Bitcoin
The Bitcoin rate was undergoing strong fluctuations at the time, but the damage was estimated at around $25 million. DPR found himself under enormous pressure. To start with, the lost Bitcoins did not actually belong to DPR but to his traders, who now discovered that their trading accounts on Silk Road had been completely emptied. Silk Road launched in February 2011 as the darknet’s first bitcoin-based marketplace. Within four months, it would be the darknet’s most notorious site whose reputation extended all the way to ... In addition, transactions on Silk Road could only be made using bitcoin, which, although not entirely anonymous, offered a level of anonymity far greater than any other form of currency or credit card transactions would have enabled. Silk Road was operated by "Dread Pirate Roberts" (named after the fictional character from The Princess Bride), who was known for espousing libertarian ideals and criticizing regulation. Initially, buyers could register for free, but there were a limited number of new seller accounts available; new sellers had to purchase an account via an auction. One is Silk Road founder Dread Pirate Roberts, who the FBI claim is currently in their custody. The other is Satoshi Nakamoto, the still-unidentified creator of Bitcoin.
I Started the Silk Road Wikipedia Page (Because Bitcoin) – Ryan Singer
Please Subscribe to My YouTube Channel Hunt for BitCoin & Silk Road Users http://rt.com/news/silk-road-bitcoins-us-britain-934/ http://www.peacefreedomprospe... On the Silk Road: the Dark Side of Cryptocurrencies In 2009, the mysterious and pseudonymous Satoshi Nakamoto launched Bitcoin, the world's first online cryptocurrency. Today we look at how Bitcoin changed everything for the Dark Web. This is Part 4 of our History of the Dark Web history. In 2009, Satoshi Nakamoto created the first digital cryptocurrency. This ... Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube. Online black marketplace Silk Road had quite the effect on bitcoin, being one of the technology's biggest use cases in the early days, and for a while it didn't have its own Wikipedia page ...