Today in Bitcoin News (2017-10-02) – China Blockchains – Indian Robbers – Zimbabwe & Cashless Sweden

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What Is Bitcoin, and How Does It Work? – The New York Times

Why China dominates bitcoin and how it may control the blockchain technology behind it β€” Quartz

Robbers Pose as Bitcoin Traders in India, Arrested

Bitcoin Prices Skyrocket to $7200 on Zimbabwean Exchange During Economic Turmoil – Bitcoin News

Sweden Poised to Become Leading Scandinavian Cashless Society through Bitcoin

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15 Comments on Today in Bitcoin News (2017-10-02) – China Blockchains – Indian Robbers – Zimbabwe & Cashless Sweden

  1. The road to 10k will be hard and bumpy. But do not…I repeat…. DO NOT…..lose your confidence in corn.

    Finally Tone has a decent internet connection

  2. In fairness though Zim got into trouble long before the White Paper came out. Most people use it to smuggle the wages they earn in South Africa back into the country.

  3. Tone are you reading it or causing it? I’m beginning to wonder if what you say is creating the market reaction? Strange woo woo!

  4. Thomas, ffs!

    Stop trying to make your German pronounciation relate to printed words! You’re all over the place.

    Shut your eyes, LISTEN, and imitate the sound like a parrot or a recording device.

    Sound in – same sound out. No squeezing the sounds to fit textual pre-conceptions in your head!

    Playing with ‘mocking’ the German accent, sending it up, may help too.

    How many weeks is it now? To say “gootn mawrgn”?!!

    Thanks for the show!

  5. It is the swedish banks that are pushing for the cashless society not the customers. That are many old persons that have problems becouse they want to use cash but they are not allowed. There have been situations where the swedish Riksbanken has confiscated their money because they could not prove were the money (gift money (around 100 000 SEK) from many birthdays ) have come from. When they have tried to deposit the money to the bank.

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