Oh MY! Listen to this report about the USA government and its central bank falling in love with Bitcoin.
Two corrupt institutions of organized crime give their stamp of approval; perhaps it is time to re-examine Bitcoin more critically.
Didn’t we already know the corrupt financial system want a global digital currency system (for a “cashless” society)?
How convenient for them that bitcoin is now on the scene…
Feds Love Bitcoins
PS: Canadian Bitcoin ATMs have electronic palm scanning for exchanging currency and Bitcoins…
Bitcoin Banks Take The Money And Run
“A Chinese Bitcoin exchange that held up to $4.1 million in users’ accounts has gone offline and everyone involved with it has vanished, according to CoinDesk.
The GBL exchange claimed to be based in Hong Kong but turns out to have been headquartered in China. The Hong Kong Standard reports:
The company appears to have launched in May 2013, with its domain btc-glb.com registered on 9th May and a post later that month by Bitcoin Talk forum user zhaoxianpeng promoting the site.
Some mainlanders went to the IFC office listed on its website, but this turned out to be a false address.
Fourteen of them made a report to the Hong Kong police”
Reblogged this on Spartan of Truth and commented:
Thanks for posting Ron.
Somethings up when Bitcoin is surging, unabated, while at the same time pushing the goal price down and the Feds aren’t really worried about it. Be careful. This just struck me the morning, I had a funny feeling that something isn’t what it’s being portrayed as.
I’m all for alternative representations of our value, actually prefer them, but this one has gone mainstream too fast and is ultimately being ignored by the bankers as something to worry about it seems.
Yes, I definitely do not support Bitcoin as it is actually another form of asset commodities being gambled by major brokers. Digital voting for government elections are hacked and manipulated, the potential that the digital currencies may become vulnerable…
If they control it, and everybody is using it, they can simply shut it down if they don’t like you…
Sound familiar? He who does not have the mark, can no longer buy or sell.
People have asked me for my thoughts on Bitcoin and I hope more of us voice our concerns as well as the other alternatives (the value is within us as we are the value; as a transition local complementary currencies and precious metals coins can carry us forward through the looming financial collapse).
Thank you for being here!