Here we are looking at a big step forward towards world peace and all your tiny #$%$ brain can spew forth is hatred... you are a warmonger just like the zionists you so despise... truly pathetic.
You still refuse to answer my question (3rd time now) I wonder why... Actually I think I get it now... the troll is you huh.. Ya know what? #$%$ u... you're not worth my time.
@@@'you can't really buy that much with it'
ok, so what would you like to buy?
BTC developed as an underground technology and its users naturally used it for underground transactions. That is changing rapidly... in a year from now that statistic you quoted will be meaningless.
You seem unable to grasp the fact that BTC adoption is growing at internet speed. Keep your head in the sand if you feel more comfortable that way... the world will continue to progress without you. PS: You still didn;t answer my earlier question... what do you want to buy that you can't manage to with BTC?
So here's a website that lets you buy pretty much anything online with BTC but charges a 5% fee to do it. How long do you think it will be before until ebay and amazon cut out the middleman? Huh? How long?
@@@@@All4BTC – Buy anything online with BTC All4BTC allows you to buy almost anything online with Bitcoin, provided you would be able to get delivered using Fiat. Geared up best for Amazon and eBay, in which case orders are transmitted automatically, you can also buy things online from almost anywhere, by sending the link of the item, and paying All4BTC in Bitcoin
Dude, you choose when to convert your USD to BTC. Obviously you try to buy the BTC when the FX is in your favour. Then keep them in your wallet as long as you want, until you are ready to buy something.
Maybe a vintage car?
@@@@ DeLorean For Sale 04 June 2013 Buy the car of the future with the currency of the future! I am offering a beautiful, excellent condition 1981 DeLorean DMC-12 for 300 Bitcoins. I am not accepting any other currency, nor am I tying the price to any exchange rate. Buy it today, tomorrow, or yesterday for 300 BTC.
You wanna buy a trip to space? No problem
@@@@Billionaire entrepreneur Sir Richard Branson announced on CNBC's "Squawk Box" Friday that his commercial space flight venture will accept bitcoin as payment. He called it "a new exciting currency."
You were never in the game to begin with. It was over from you the day you started posted your nonsense.
Instead of wasting inordinate amounts of time speculating about why BTC is destined to fail, you would be far better served to spend that time researching the details of BTC system design and history. But dikks like you just know it all by osmosis huh...
I don't quite understand your question. If you have BTC in your wallet, you can use them to buy a product or service from any business that accepts BTC. You pay the price listed in BTC directly with BTC.
Do you hear all that change jingling in their fat pockets as they scurry away? Finally pricing of the physical commodities they monkeyed with can start the long road to recovery.
@@@@NEW YORK/LONDON, Nov 22 (Reuters) - U.S. bank Goldman SachsGroup Inc has put its uranium trading business up forsale, a source familiar with the matter said on Friday, thelatest sign that Wall Street's most storied commodity trader isparing back parts of the business. The move comes as other U.S. banks, including JPMorgan Chase& Co and Morgan Stanley, look to exit physicalcommodity trading in the wake of increased government scrutiny,squeezed trading margins and forecasts for tepid demand incertain markets. Goldman Sachs executives have been resolute that their J.Aron commodity unit is a "core" part of the bank's offering toclients. However, political and regulatory pressure has mounted,and this week a source said the bank is considering selling itscontroversial metals warehouse arm.
My understanding is the lower EPO office upheld the patent in response to a challenge, so the challengers appealed the lower EPO's decision to the higher EPO office. The higher office has now ruled. OLED can request a review in an attempt to re-open the process that led to this decision, but there is no higher level office to appeal this decision to if the upper office refuses the review. How OLED decides to proceed will be very telling....
I'm quite disappointed as well. I would assume this ruling can serve as a precedent or provide a direction in any attempt to strike down the US patents. Also very surprised to see the stock holding up, but this is just day one after the news. I'm sure LG will be using this to leverage better terms on any upcoming contract.
PS: I think the term 'organometallic' is self-explanatory, but I'm no lawyer.