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The Clash of Titans: Understanding the Discord Between Government, Banks, and Bitcoin


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Amidst the triad of the Government, banks, and Bitcoin, intriguing disagreements have surfaced, leaving us pondering the underlying reasons behind this clash. It strikes me as perplexing, considering that when significant advancements such as electricity and the internet emerged, both the Government and banks swiftly embraced them, even implementing billing systems for utilities and data subscriptions. However, when Bitcoin entered the stage, although they capitalized on centralized exchanges, their satisfaction remains elusive. I've come across numerous feeble justifications highlighting Bitcoin's volatility and potential for fraud, which fail to resonate as substantial arguments since every innovation carries inherent risks and merits.

 

Curiously, I wonder why Bitcoin enthusiasts find themselves entangled in this dispute, knowing full well that the Government and banks lack compelling evidence to completely tarnish Bitcoin's reputation. Could it be that this ongoing quarrel serves to propel Bitcoin to unprecedented heights of fame, compelling both adversaries to eventually succumb to its influence? What are your thoughts on this entangled relationship between the Government, banks, and Bitcoin, and how do you envision its future trajectory?

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On 5/29/2023 at 5:17 PM, Jyuumyaku said:

Amidst the triad of the Government, banks, and Bitcoin, intriguing disagreements have surfaced, leaving us pondering the underlying reasons behind this clash. It strikes me as perplexing, considering that when significant advancements such as electricity and the internet emerged, both the Government and banks swiftly embraced them, even implementing billing systems for utilities and data subscriptions. However, when Bitcoin entered the stage, although they capitalized on centralized exchanges, their satisfaction remains elusive. I've come across numerous feeble justifications highlighting Bitcoin's volatility and potential for fraud, which fail to resonate as substantial arguments since every innovation carries inherent risks and merits.

 

Curiously, I wonder why Bitcoin enthusiasts find themselves entangled in this dispute, knowing full well that the Government and banks lack compelling evidence to completely tarnish Bitcoin's reputation. Could it be that this ongoing quarrel serves to propel Bitcoin to unprecedented heights of fame, compelling both adversaries to eventually succumb to its influence? What are your thoughts on this entangled relationship between the Government, banks, and Bitcoin, and how do you envision its future trajectory?


I totally get your point. It's strange how they embraced past innovations but are hesitant with Bitcoin.
 

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On 5/29/2023 at 5:17 PM, Jyuumyaku said:

Amidst the triad of the Government, banks, and Bitcoin, intriguing disagreements have surfaced, leaving us pondering the underlying reasons behind this clash. It strikes me as perplexing, considering that when significant advancements such as electricity and the internet emerged, both the Government and banks swiftly embraced them, even implementing billing systems for utilities and data subscriptions. However, when Bitcoin entered the stage, although they capitalized on centralized exchanges, their satisfaction remains elusive. I've come across numerous feeble justifications highlighting Bitcoin's volatility and potential for fraud, which fail to resonate as substantial arguments since every innovation carries inherent risks and merits.

 

Curiously, I wonder why Bitcoin enthusiasts find themselves entangled in this dispute, knowing full well that the Government and banks lack compelling evidence to completely tarnish Bitcoin's reputation. Could it be that this ongoing quarrel serves to propel Bitcoin to unprecedented heights of fame, compelling both adversaries to eventually succumb to its influence? What are your thoughts on this entangled relationship between the Government, banks, and Bitcoin, and how do you envision its future trajectory?

 

The argument might actually help Bitcoin gain more attention. Sometimes controversy can be a catalyst for progress.

 

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On 5/29/2023 at 5:17 PM, Jyuumyaku said:

Amidst the triad of the Government, banks, and Bitcoin, intriguing disagreements have surfaced, leaving us pondering the underlying reasons behind this clash. It strikes me as perplexing, considering that when significant advancements such as electricity and the internet emerged, both the Government and banks swiftly embraced them, even implementing billing systems for utilities and data subscriptions. However, when Bitcoin entered the stage, although they capitalized on centralized exchanges, their satisfaction remains elusive. I've come across numerous feeble justifications highlighting Bitcoin's volatility and potential for fraud, which fail to resonate as substantial arguments since every innovation carries inherent risks and merits.

 

Curiously, I wonder why Bitcoin enthusiasts find themselves entangled in this dispute, knowing full well that the Government and banks lack compelling evidence to completely tarnish Bitcoin's reputation. Could it be that this ongoing quarrel serves to propel Bitcoin to unprecedented heights of fame, compelling both adversaries to eventually succumb to its influence? What are your thoughts on this entangled relationship between the Government, banks, and Bitcoin, and how do you envision its future trajectory?

 

Bitcoin enthusiasts believe in its potential, and that's why they're passionate about defending it. It's like a digital revolution.

 

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On 5/29/2023 at 5:17 PM, Jyuumyaku said:

Amidst the triad of the Government, banks, and Bitcoin, intriguing disagreements have surfaced, leaving us pondering the underlying reasons behind this clash. It strikes me as perplexing, considering that when significant advancements such as electricity and the internet emerged, both the Government and banks swiftly embraced them, even implementing billing systems for utilities and data subscriptions. However, when Bitcoin entered the stage, although they capitalized on centralized exchanges, their satisfaction remains elusive. I've come across numerous feeble justifications highlighting Bitcoin's volatility and potential for fraud, which fail to resonate as substantial arguments since every innovation carries inherent risks and merits.

 

Curiously, I wonder why Bitcoin enthusiasts find themselves entangled in this dispute, knowing full well that the Government and banks lack compelling evidence to completely tarnish Bitcoin's reputation. Could it be that this ongoing quarrel serves to propel Bitcoin to unprecedented heights of fame, compelling both adversaries to eventually succumb to its influence? What are your thoughts on this entangled relationship between the Government, banks, and Bitcoin, and how do you envision its future trajectory?

 

I think the future will see more acceptance of Bitcoin. It's just too innovative to be ignored for long.

 

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