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    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-0...s-its-deposits

    Another Bitcoin Bank "Loses" Its Deposits

    Just six days after proudly proclaiming that it was unscathed by the Mt.Gox debacle, another Bitcoin bank - Flexcoin - has admitted that it will be forced to close after hackers stole 896 bitcoin, worth around $600,000, in an attack on Sunday. As The Guardian reports, the company shut its website and posted a statement on Tuesday morning detailing the loss..."as Flexcoin does not have the resources, assets, or otherwise to come back from this loss, we are closing our doors immediately."

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    crypto coins = fiat currency...................nothing backing it.

    Hard assets will always be worth something.

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    Newsweek found the bitcoin creator Satochi Nakamoto.

    http://mag.newsweek.com/2014/03/14/b...-nakamoto.html
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    I got more crpyotcurrencies burning a hole in my digital wallet for IQD

    Please post ur offers again and I shall better my previous ones

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    http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-0...-irs-says.html

    Bitcoin Is Property Not Currency in Tax System, IRS Says

    The U.S. government will treat Bitcoin as property for tax purposes, applying rules it uses to govern stocks and barter transactions, the Internal Revenue Service said in its first substantive ruling on the issue.

    Today’s IRS guidance will provide certainty for investors, along with potential income-tax liability. Under the ruling, purchasing a $2 cup of coffee with Bitcoins bought for $1 would trigger $1 in capital gains for the coffee drinker and $2 of income for the coffee shop.
    The IRS, faced with a choice of treating Bitcoins like currency or property, chose property.
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    IRS is not a government agency and bit coin is not a tangible asset. This is serious especially if carbon credits are enacted. It is one step closer to total control of your assets.
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    Hindsight is a great thing, but talk about a double whammy !

    Swapping 5 bitcoin to top up a worthless Warka monopoly money bank balance. Fast forward 3 years and bitcoin worth a shade under 7500 a piece, whilst Warka remains worth diddly squat. That's really gotta hurt !!

    Like I said much earlier in the thread 'mental'

    Hope everyone is well and making money in other areas.
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    Wonder if seadesk kept those golden tickets ??

    Would be worth around $50k (at todays price, more than made good on the whole Iraq debacle !!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 24mm exposed grid View Post
    Wonder if seadesk kept those golden tickets ??

    Would be worth around $50k (at todays price, more than made good on the whole Iraq debacle !!
    Damn !!!

    ! !!!!!!!!!!

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