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  1. where is the best place to buy BTC in USA?
  2. Caashia

    Book club

    What is everyone reading. I just read The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck in one sitting. It was an easy ready, but loved the message it had. Anyone else reading some good books they would like to share?
  3. How do you cope with things internally from external forces or factors? Sometimes, there is a part of ourselves that gets down or negative, which is completely fine and normal, but do you find that your mind can easily overcome the problems you are faced with, if not what are the way in which you cope when things get difficult in your life? In relation to Bitcoin, especially since there are so many ups and downs, how do you deal with it? Does it affect your mental state, what are the ways in which you deal with the volatility of it all?
  4. Do you find that less developed countries are actually healthier? Less developed places seem to eat more farm fresh foods, there are less supermarkets with packaged foods. Obviously in more developed places you have more of a choice, but could that be detrimental to making healthier choices?
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    Could Marijuana be from another planet? http://dabsmagazine.com/featured/read-some-insane-theories-about-how-weed-came-from-an-alien-planet/
  6. One could argue that investments are gambling...so is bitcoin gambling in your opinion? What do you think?
  7. Anyone use any Bitcoin cards? If so, any that you recommend? One with the lowest fees perhaps?
  8. Do condoms really take away feeling during intercourse? A lot of sources say that is just a myth, and its used as an excuse for a guy to not wear a condom... What is the real reason behind men not wearing condoms? If some say it doesn't affect pleasure at all and some say it takes away the feeling? On the flip side women feel confused if a guy refuses to wear a condom because they wonder about their values about safety and prevention of STD's
  9. There was a time where Bitcoin was not even on the radar, it was a novel idea that was primarily used by thieves and drug dealers on the dark web. Nothing to be afraid of in terms of holding a monopoly on money. However, that same little upstart is now disrupting the system of things; from Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, ICOs and the ever impressive Blockchain technology. This is now a legitimate threat on traditional banks. Banks have existed unchallenged for hundreds of years, and that is the key issue here; Bitcoin, backed by a solid platform such as Blockchain technology, is a ghost that is incredibly hard to control due to its decentralized nature. The power and control of money is being ripped away from traditional institutions, which can also be seen on Wall Street. Some of these traditional investors are siding with what could be the future, while others vehemently denounce it. Individuals can now enter into direct peer-to-peer trusted exchanges with strangers. They no longer need a central institution to vouch for the other party. Just like the fax machine, the library, even metered taxis, new technologies have come along and made others obsolete. Banks are now in the sights of Bitcoin and are in their death throws, as they lash out with the power of states behind them. However, there’s no stopping progress, and even with state-backed regulations trying to wrestle the money of the people under control, banks have every reason to be nervous. Full news https://www.cointelegraph.com/news/why-big-banks-are-so-nervous-about-bitcoin
  10. I have read that 21M BTC was originally created, and we currently acquired 16.6M BTC. What will happen to the value of bitcoin as we approach the 21M BTC? and what will happen if we reach 21M BTC?
  11. I've been watching and monitoring bitcoin for close to 3 or 4 years and I can say this year has been the best year for the crypto and all the investors in the market, firstly, the coin witnessed unpredicted increase in value this year more than any other year before. I know that the value is based on the principle of demand and supply but I'd like to know what else contributed to the price value and the popularity bitcoin has right now globally.
  12. What has been your most significant life lesson you have learned so far?
  13. We all know that there is corruption everywhere, like in government or any other organization. Because of money, corruption can always happen through greed. Since bitcoin may be considered as money, can it also lead to corruption?
  14. Doesn't Bitcoin unfairly benefit early adopters? Yes or No?