Today in Bitcoin News Podcast (2017-10-19) – ChinaCoin? – Unbannable – 4X Venezuela Local Bitcoins

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28 Comments on Today in Bitcoin News Podcast (2017-10-19) – ChinaCoin? – Unbannable – 4X Venezuela Local Bitcoins

  1. You’re getting on with your German. Bravo! I will enjoy a reading from you, Thomas. Maybe you’ll start with some small german poem? Mr. Tone wants to learn spanish and bitcoin is the only global currency for all languages and people.

  2. There was a Venezuelan on Reddit talking about how mining Bitcoin is not illegal in Venezuela, but the local corrupt cops will shake miners down for money instead of turning them in for using state resources (electricity) illegally.

  3. Whats worse than a CASINO is buying ALTCOINS on BITTREX and making thousands and losing thousands. Thats worse than a casino gambling high…. JUST HODL

  4. Wicked vid – Cheers Thomas !!! 🙂
    ha – “No video again, thanks YouTube” – was only the last minute, and the audio was pucka, so all good cheers !!! 🙂

  5. The Venezuela stat is meaningless if the hyper-inflation of the bolivar is not factored into that 4 month exchange volume increase.

  6. Russian ministers have no clue. The minister of agriculture just proposed to sell more pork to Muslim countries, what made Putin laugh. So the minister of finance just discovered that (stock) exchanges are like casinos… YES, they are and everybody knew that for years.

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