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Microsoft accepts Bitcoin



On Fri, 12 Dec 2014 14:28:21 +0100
Lodewijk andré de la porte <[email protected]> wrote:


> 
> So:
>  * Distribution is terrible, which causes unstoppable success

	distribution is bad because bitcoin isn't really
	free-market. It's a patch for a corrupt system - at best.


>  * Is less humane and more capable, causing assorted dangers but also
> being more pure (in a currency sense)

	
	Humane? What the hell are you talking about? The fact that
	bitcoin can't be counterfeited, at least in theory, is one of
	its main advantages. 

	But I imagine that 'humanism' for you means : the totalitarian
	government I favor should be able to print money out of thin air
	in order to fund whatever 'free' and compulsory social plan I
	like. Obey or die.


>  * Can be substituted very easily by something else
> 
> I don't really mind Bitcoin becoming successful even though it's
> imperfect; it's still an entirely higher/better league than banks.

	But apparently can't be manipulated by governments! The horror.

 
> do mind there being no talk of why Bitcoin sucks. Because no matter
> how awesome it is, it really does suck.


	Of course bitcoin pushers won't talk about why it sucks. 

	Wait. If I recally correctly, you as a pusher used to whine
	about bitcoin being used in black markets because of the bad
	press? And now you changed your tune? lol