Bitcoin Report Volume 11 (Bitcoin News Network)

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Bitcoin Report Volume 11 (Bitcoin News Network)

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  1. Phew, looks like you really got into the idea of the Bitcoin system now. However I don't think that anything bitcoin related will be cencored in the near future. There would be a lot of things that would be cencored before that.
    Btw, the idea of a decentralized informational network isn't new at all. The 'Usenet' which is nowadays mainly known for its wildcat download content used to be the inofficial predecessor of the internet as we know it now. For more information see Wikipedia.

  2. @MoneyIsSilver Have you seen that "weeklytelegram" dude named Chris? He deleted his entire anit-Bitcoin dis-info after it got too many thumbs down and a lot of pro-bitcoin comments. That entire vid sounded like it read off a script. The guy is a ginger plant.

  3. I believe censorship has already began. There's a lot of uncalled for negativity around the net against the idea behind Bitcoins. Half of it is from uninformed everyday people and other half is simply trolling.

  4. I really love your channel and look forward to everyone of your videos, but I do have to save that I don't really think its a go idea to mix the two networks, bitcoin and "bitvideo" one of the great things about bitcoin is how simple it really is which helps with security … given all the other options I don't think that is really in the top 5

    please keep up the good work

    by the way have your started trading at tradehill yet ?

  5. When the IRS send out tax bills to everyone involved in bitcoin manufacture and use(presumably in dollars) what will they use as the dollar value of the bitcoins in order to assess the individual tax liabilities??? – they will issue tax bills because bitcoin is working closely with the fed gov't, but before I get involved I would like to know what they will use to calculate my tax bill – does anyone know?

  6. You're not doing anything illegal. If "they" remove your videos or close your channel that would show their true motivations.

    There's another issue that no one has brought up: the problem of Satoshi being anonymous.

    Provocateurs who aim to destroy Bitcoins' reputation can easily skew the public's perception by claiming to be Satoshi, because the real man is likely to never surface.

  7. Streaming bittorrent client already exists, and there are distributed networks like Freenet. Adoption is not great though, and I think bitcoin based network could potentially offer something new since there's a possibility for micropayments for maintainers. When mining becomes more difficult, there will be people with lots of spare hardware looking to profit in other ways.

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