Fake Mirror websites are being used as bait by Bitcoin rackets

08-14 11:55 - 'I wish I could find it. There was an interesting news article in a major newspaper suggesting that the 'whales' don't exist, and that it is the exchanges that are principally manipulating the price. (If anyone saw it, or can...' by /u/PoorPost removed from /r/Bitcoin within 94-104min

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I wish I could find it. There was an interesting news article in a major newspaper suggesting that the 'whales' don't exist, and that it is the exchanges that are principally manipulating the price. (If anyone saw it, or can find it, please submit)
Ruby Rose, New Nursey and Cheese Larson approve this post.
P.s. For the soyboys who think I am misogynistic, I can count my closest friends on one hand, and all of them are female. Get the joke and Grow up.
Cheers my dears!
p.p.s. One of them is actually sitting on my hand. Oops, blew it again.
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Don't worry guys. My dad who's 72 called me up yesterday wanting to tell me about a newspaper article he read on how Bitcoin's gonna moon.

There are people of all ages who are willing to learn about Bitcoin even tho it seems that the recent twitter-verse makes it seems like all boomers are can't process maths bit-cones to hard smh magic internet money.
He couldn't even pronounce Ethereum but was asking me how it worked anyways. We talked, he learned, now he's gonna purchase a bit of both a play around with it.
You're never too old, you just have to be willing to learn.
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This article on a national newspaper says Bitcoin is a Ponzi. I made a reply.

"La Repubblica" is one of the largest newspaper in Italy. On saturday, they published an article titled "Bitcoin is a Ponzi scheme". This is unfortunate, because cyptocurrencies awareness here is very, very limited and many people still get information from TV and newspaper only, so for many this will be the first time they hear about Bitcoin.
I did my best to write and record a video-reply where I reply to each assertion, but my reach is minuscule compared to the newspaper.
I kindly ask everyone around here to gimme an upvote to help me spread my reply (please use Google Translator if you can't read italian). Also: please advise anyway you can on how I can increase the visibility of my article.
Thanks!
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This bizarre Facebook ad pretending to be a news channel links to a fake article from a different fake newspaper article about Keanu's success trading Bitcoin

This bizarre Facebook ad pretending to be a news channel links to a fake article from a different fake newspaper article about Keanu's success trading Bitcoin submitted by ExoticMeats to KeanuReeves [link] [comments]

Satoshi Nakaboto: ‘State-run Chinese newspaper’s front-page article bullish on Bitcoin’

Satoshi Nakaboto: ‘State-run Chinese newspaper’s front-page article bullish on Bitcoin’ submitted by Ranzware to Ranzware [link] [comments]

Bitcoin energy usage (article in german newspaper)

Bitcoin energy usage (article in german newspaper) submitted by backspinnapproach to Iota [link] [comments]

Article promoting Bitcoin Cash - Big UK newspaper coverage

Article promoting Bitcoin Cash - Big UK newspaper coverage submitted by Balkrish to btc [link] [comments]

Israeli newspaper thinks bitcoin is a company. Ends article with "There was no immediate reply from Bitcoin."

Israeli newspaper thinks bitcoin is a company. Ends article with submitted by MoonMan_666 to Cryptocurrency247 [link] [comments]

This article on a national newspaper says Bitcoin is a Ponzi. I made a reply.

This article on a national newspaper says Bitcoin is a Ponzi. I made a reply. submitted by vegasbooty to Cryptoandme [link] [comments]

Auto Post from Bitcoin: This article on a national newspaper says Bitcoin is a Ponzi. I made a reply.

Auto Post from Bitcoin: This article on a national newspaper says Bitcoin is a Ponzi. I made a reply. submitted by bunnywinkles to Crypto_Warriors [link] [comments]

8 page article about Bitcoin in Swedens largest newspaper today

Dagens Nyheter, one of Swedens most popular newspapers, wrote a long article about Bitcoin today. It was a lengthy introduction to Bitcoin complete with infographics and awesome photos from KNC Mining in Boden. The article was largely a positive one.
I was going to take some photos, but my phone died. Here's the link in the meantime: http://www.dn.se/ekonomi/den-stora-pengafabriken-i-norrbotten/
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Today in Kenya's Newspaper Daily Nation "What is Bitcoin" tech pull out page 15. Article by Waga Odongo

Today in Kenya's Newspaper Daily Nation submitted by pesa_Africa to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Full Page Article about Bitcoin/Blockchain.info, in today's City A.M. Newspaper. (A free financial newspaper distributed in London's financial district).

Full Page Article about Bitcoin/Blockchain.info, in today's City A.M. Newspaper. (A free financial newspaper distributed in London's financial district). submitted by coin4coin to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Subversive Article by German Financial Newspaper Website "Handelsblatt", which reports about Onecoin and Bitcoin giving the impression both is the same kind of thing (author can be contacted, please be friendly)

Subversive Article by German Financial Newspaper Website submitted by Amichateur to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

So much misinformation from Italian leading newspaper REPUBBLICA! Today on the main page: "NY, Bitcoin files for controlled bankruptcy". The article refers to the World Bitcoin Association saying that this is the association that has released Bitcoin into the world.

So much misinformation from Italian leading newspaper REPUBBLICA! Today on the main page: submitted by botolo to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

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Fantastic Bitcoin Article on USA Today (frontpage of this morning's newspaper)

Fantastic Bitcoin Article on USA Today (frontpage of this morning's newspaper) submitted by MaxLangley to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

"Bitcoin's destiny is to fail" - article on a spanish newspaper

Link to original article in Spanish
(Note: not my opinion, just thought the article has an interesting point of view.)
Bitcoin is destined to fail
The degree of acceptability of the currency in question depends on the ability of the issuer to achieve (violently or peacefully) its use
All you have to do is look around: how many experiences of currencies issued and regulated solely by the private sector have triumphed? Very easy: none
by Eduardo Garzón Espinosa - Economist and member of IU
12/17/2017 - 8:21 PM
80% of Wall Street economists believe that bitcoin is "bubble", says CNBC Every time there is more talk about cryptocurrencies, and especially the most famous and used of all: the bitcoin. These types of currencies, created from the private sector, are essentially characterized by being digital and by being governed by a complex computer software that connects all its users in such a way that a distributed accounting model is originated for each transaction. The way to issue new currency is carried out through the resolution of a computer algorithm that is increasingly becoming more complex and in which any user can participate. In the case of bitcoin, the issuance of the currency is limited to a maximum of 21 million units.
Bitcoin was created in 2009, in the midst of the global economic crisis, and since then its use has been increasing. Used at first in very few regions and only in certain economic sectors, it has been increasingly extended to reach new countries and new economic branches. And, although today it is still a currency with a marginal use worldwide, it draws a lot of attention the importance that has reached a currency created by the private sector, since it has registered a success that has no comparison in history.
The advantages of using bitcoin for the user are several, but without doubt highlight 1) the use of a payment system outside the banking system and 2) the exemption in the payment of taxes. When transactions are carried out through a system that is out of sight of the tax authorities, it is impossible for them to claim the payment of taxes. This opacity is being used not only to evade taxes but to carry out illegal activities knowing that hardly any authority will find out what is happening. It is the perfect currency for economic liberalism: the public sector does not intervene either in its creation or in its regulation, so that any person can carry out their transactions without the need to render accounts to the Treasury or the Justice.
However, there are many reasons that lead to think that this experiment will not have a long way. After all, and as Hyman Minsky explained, everyone can create money, the problem is that it is accepted. And the degree of acceptability of the currency in question depends on the ability of the issuer to achieve (violently or peacefully) its use. That is, the more power the issuer has to get its currency used, the more robust it will be. That is why the most solid and used currency is the one that emits the most powerful State on the planet (in military, economic, technological and cultural terms) that is able to impose even by force its use: the dollar1. And that is also why the Venezuelan bolivar is left aside for a good part of the country: because the State of Venezuela is not capable of imposing its widespread use.
And what ability do bitcoin issuers have to make their currency widely used? Very little, considering that there is not even a single emitter, but that any user can (after a complicated and prolonged process) create new bitcoins. None of them-not even the company responsible for software-has the capacity to forcefully force people to use the currency. Today people use bitcoin because at the moment it seems to have utility and robustness, but that belief can be broken at any time because there is no powerful agent supporting the issuance of this cryptocurrency.
All you have to do is look around: how many experiences of currencies issued and regulated solely by the private sector have triumphed? Very easy: none. The case of the social currencies supposes a crystalline example: the only ones that have been successful have been those that have been endorsed by some type of public administration. As in Bristol, where the City Council supports the issue of social currency and gives confidence. People tend to distrust the "little papers" that a private company or association creates. On the other hand, when those same pieces of paper include the logo of a town hall or of a State, their degree of trust skyrockets. People know that public administrations are not an invention of a day and that they enjoy much greater solidity and stability than any private company. States rarely break, and even if they do, they do not cease to exist. The same does not happen with private companies.
The loss of confidence in the cryptocurrency can occur for many reasons, but there is a threat that stands out in front of all: the possibility of being persecuted by the authorities. For the time being Bitcoin does little damage to state farms, but as its use continues to spread, States sooner or later will begin to strongly regulate their use, even reaching the point of even prohibiting it, as is already happening in China. Needless to say that if this happened, the bitcoin boom would stop and it would only have to go back until it could even disappear.
To this we must add another non-negligible limitation: only 21 million bitcoins can be created. This is simply the result of a design devoid of economic sense, since an economy needs as much money as activities occur within it. If transactions in bitcoins continue to increase but the amount of currency stops doing so because it has a maximum limit, it will tend to suffer deflationary tensions. That is, each bitcoin will be revalued too much and the prices of the products nominated in that currency will fall, which is not at all positive for economic activity.
This is not all: the production of bitcoins consumes an exorbitant amount of energy. The methods of creation and operation of cryptocurrencies are purely electronic and require the use of countless computers around the world, which means a very high energy consumption. According to the studies of Power Compare, the international production of bitcoins consumes 29 terawatt-hours, equivalent to 0.13% of the energy needs of the entire planet (the consumption of 159 countries). And this trend does not stop increasing. A waste of energy in every rule, taking into account that conventional methods of creating money hardly require energy consumption.
And there is more: the development of quantum computers endangers the security of the storage and use of bitcoins. The cryptocurrencies have important security features that prevent them from being stolen or copied thanks to a series of cryptographic protocols that are difficult to decipher with current computer technology. However, it is estimated that the enormous computational power that quantum computers will acquire by 2027 will allow us to easily solve these security crossroads. And the first computers of this type are already in development.
Finally, as if it were not enough with weaknesses and threats of a structural nature, another one of a conjunctural nature has recently been added: the generation of a speculative bubble. Today, a lot of people buy bitcoins to sell at a more expensive price, making a quick profit on the road. The inflationary spiral is notorious: while in 2010 a bitcoin could be exchanged for 0.05 dollars, currently it can be done for more than 16,000. And we already know perfectly well what happens with the bubbles: that at some point they explode and all the artifice goes to hell.
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Burst is getting noted in newspaper article 'power-hungry bitcoin'

Burst is getting noted in newspaper article 'power-hungry bitcoin' submitted by Pauper3000 to burstcoin [link] [comments]

A Bullish UK National Newspaper Article about Bitcoin - what gives?

A Bullish UK National Newspaper Article about Bitcoin - what gives? submitted by BCash_BeTrash to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin article in one of The Netherlands' biggest newspaper

Bitcoin article in one of The Netherlands' biggest newspaper submitted by ilvincitore to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Article promoting Bitcoin Cash - Big UK newspaper coverage

Article promoting Bitcoin Cash - Big UK newspaper coverage submitted by cryptoallbot to cryptoall [link] [comments]

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