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Recent news events re: Bitcoin ...

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Have changed my view of it for the worse
  3155 votes / 17%
Have failed to change my negative view of it
  5781 votes / 32%
Haven't swayed me from basic neutrality
  4774 votes / 26%
Have failed to change my positive view of it
  1824 votes / 10%
Have changed my view of it for the better
  437 votes / 2%
The ones under my mattress are safe as ever!
  1931 votes / 10%
17902 total votes.
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  • Don't complain about lack of options. You've got to pick a few when you do multiple choice. Those are the breaks.
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Recent news events re: Bitcoin ...

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  • by Anonymous Coward on Thursday March 13, 2014 @05:10PM (#46477313)

    Who would have thought, when Slashdot first posted about Bitcoin, that in just a few years we'd be seeing a story about it on the cover of Newsweek, stories on all the major news networks, etc. Despite all the flaws and nitpicks you can make against it, it is rapidly growing in popularity (especially with younger people) and many are fascinated (and a little confused) by it.

    When I come to slashdot, all I see are negative comments about how "it can never work" voted up. Go to Hacker News, a tech site with a much younger audience, and it's a totally different story. I think the older crowd here is more prone to point out flaws instead of seeing the potential.

How come financial advisors never seem to be as wealthy as they claim they'll make you?


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