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  1. Terry Smith
    August 7, 2011 @ 3:27 pm

    In every single one of these cases bitcoin is fine, it’s the wonky websites and sleezy people who are lining up to exploit it who are the problem.

    The light attracts bugs.

    We will handle this without the intervention of the state, because asking for regulation is exactly like getting the cops to put you in a cell where you will be safe. We’ll be safe on our own, thank you.


  2. Has Bruce Wagner pulled off the biggest financial scam on the bitcoin community? (This is a long fucking post.) - Buttcoin - The P2P cyrpto-currency for butts.
    August 31, 2011 @ 2:36 pm

    […] you recall a number of weeks ago, there was an incident with MyBitcoin.com where they simply disappeared off the internet. No notice or anything, just vanished into thin air. […]


  3. Anonymous
    September 1, 2011 @ 1:56 am

    Bitcoins are a good thing. MtGox handled their mistake and made good on their promises, and now they are going to help cover the other exchange that got hacked (bitomat.pl). So to set the record straight – the only way that people lost their bitcoins was putting their wallet in the hands of a con artist. That’s like asking Frank Abagnale to hold your money while you go to the bathroom, then saying that the us dollar isn’t secure enough to trust. =)


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