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Miss Bitcoin Japan 勝手に

December 28th, 2014 | by BTC News
Miss Bitcoin Japan 勝手に

勝手に Miss Bitcoin Japan.
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  1. avatar Vention1MGTOW says:

    Thanks for keeping me posted on recent news.
    +ChangeTip $5

  2. avatar Vention1MGTOW says:

    Good news but the sound quality made it difficult to understand what you
    were saying. It was full of squeaks and distortions.
    I’d love to have a bitcoin debit card. In fact I’d love to convert my whole
    online banking system to bitcoin. When I get paid, the check would just
    flip over to bitcoin. Then I could pay my bills instantly. None of this
    waiting for 3 or 4 days for the money to reach my biller stuff should be
    necessary these days. Then I could move my monthly surplus into some kind
    of vault or an offline wallet.
    I can’t wait for the day when we can buy assets and investments with
    bitcoin in something like a decentralized brokerage account. Then each
    month you can buy what has been temporarily pushed down and take advantage
    of volatility. That’s the best way I’ve found so far to avoid being taken
    to the cleaners by the high frequency traders.

  3. avatar Vention1MGTOW says:

    Man! I hate the way the bankers and all the world governments have yanked
    the rug out from under us financially like this. At one time a guy could
    just put money away since money tended to be metal and had a value of it’s
    own. Then you could just save 10 or 15% of your pay and bury it somewhere.
    Then when you were old and could no longer earn what you could earn in your
    youth, you could dig up a little at a time and have enough to keep you
    comfortable when you were old. These days however, government and bankers
    have found a way to siphon the value of your savings off to line their own
    pockets and now many middle aged people like me have almost no savings
    (since it doesn’t pay to save and they’ve learned that stock market
    investing is just a fancy way to lose money) so they’re going to be
    destitute when they’re old. With bitcoin however, and the decentralized
    exchanges that will pop up around it, we might just have a chance to put
    away a little savings before our prime earning years are over.

  4. avatar Tina Hui says:

    Good Morning! Learn about how GNO Payments and BitFlyer are trying to
    restore Japan’s Faith in Bitcoin After Mt Gox. And there’s a comic at the
    end of this show!

  5. avatar Follow The Coin says:

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