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    Re: The Bitcoin Tracking Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by RatHoler View Post
    Are there any guests that SGT or Greg Hunter have interviewed that have been correct about precious metals, specifically silver?

    Listen to none of them. I'm tired of hearing about the COMEX default, backwardation, gold/silver ratio, solar panels blah blah blah. Many of us here (including myself) fell for the bullshit story that silver was going to triple digits.

    There is a guy that has been more correct than any of the YouTube stars and he is the most hated analyst in the space. Check out his presentation from a few weeks ago. He thinks gold could go to $2000-$2200 in 5-7 years. He mentions silver at only $25-$30 in that time frame. I bet Christian's predictions will be much closer to reality than any of the silver clowns on SGT or USA Watchdog. Would you rather listen to an (((insider))) or douchebags like Morgan, Holter, Martenson, Kirby, and countless others?
    But wilver will go to da moooon! It’s just in its hundred year dozy. It tends to do that. But when it wakes up! Silver bulls are almost never correct, but when they are... DANG!!!
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    Re: The Bitcoin Tracking Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by GoSi93 View Post
    how much you had paid for each bitcoin
    99+% of everyone in the world has zero or LESS than 1 Bitcoin so I find this particular statement rather amusing as who is needing to find out how much you paid for EACH Bitcoin (as if you have so many you need to keep track of THEM)

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    Re: The Bitcoin Tracking Thread

    Snowden: ‘The Most Important Thing Bitcoin Is Missing Right Now Is Privacy’

    Jun 27, 2019 at 14:00 UTC
    Updated Jun 27, 2019 at 14:25 UTC

    Bitcoin’s biggest flaw is its lack of privacy, said Edward Snowden at the Bitcoin 2019 conference.

    The cybersecurity expert noted the importance of privacy as a source of liberty.

    “The lack of privacy is an existential threat to bitcoin. Is the only protection users have from political change,” Snowden said.

    Snowden also stated that he was a bitcoin supporter and even used an encrypted service that he paid for with bitcoins in order to communicate with journalists in 2013.

    Threats to and From Exchanges

    Talking about his experience being pursued by the United States government for sharing NSA data, Snowden pointed out the unrealistic expectations from regulators who want to be in control of cryptocurrencies.

    Going in-depth about the regulations from banks and governments, Snowden also exposed the necessity for exchanges to defend their users’ privacy. He fears that if one of the exchanges gave up information, soon all of them would follow.

    “If you actually go into the terms of big exchanges like Coinbase, they only want to cover themselves. They expose you, they close your account and keep your funds,” Snowden said.

    He also disliked the development of financial cryptocurrency services, claiming that many of them are starting to look too much like banks.
    “Something unforgivable is that you guys keep developing services trying to be banks, and the world doesn’t need more banks,” he said.

    Leave No Trace

    Snowden also talked about the Shadow Brokers, a group of hackers that auctioned NSA information in exchange for bitcoin in 2016.

    He noted that the hacking case was the starting point of a governmental war on cryptocurrencies. In short, he said, regulation doesn’t work unless it becomes overly intrusive.

    “If tracking bitcoin was possible then the NSA would have caught them,” he said. He said Satoshi Nakamoto was in the same position: he could navigate the system and leave no trace.

    “If you know how the system works, you can still have privacy,” he said.

    Edward Snowden speaks at Bitcoin 2019 via video link, photo by Diana Aguilar
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    Re: The Bitcoin Tracking Thread

    You bitcoin/block chain enthusiasts ight be interested in reading this legislation report.
    The final version of the #Liechtenstein #BlockchainAct, along with the translated Government consultation report, is now available in English. Visit our blog to read more at

    The direct link to the translation can be found here:
    "A well regulated Militia being NECESSARY to the security of a free State"

    "That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the most Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness." July 4, 1776

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