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NePlus 13 Jul 18
Replying to @paulkrugman
Not watching USA Network's Queen of the South?
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Janice M. ”Wear a Damn Mask” Eisen 13 Jul 18
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🇩🇴 Bitcoin Papi 🇵🇷 #blm 13 Jul 18
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Bruce Korb ✍️ 🆘 13 Jul 18
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My minuscule voice has been saying for a decade that its one purpose is to evade scrutiny, beit for drugs or any other illicit activity. This, of course, being illicit activity.
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𝔻𝕠𝕞𝕚𝕟𝕘𝕠𝕤 𝕄𝕠𝕣𝕖𝕚𝕣𝕒 13 Jul 18
Replying to @paulkrugman
Ok. But the authorities still managed to discover the trace back to those Russians. So the cryptocurrencies can do some knee of help to the authorities. The crypto currencies are the future, no matter what we may think of it. They will do their own way.
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persistent energy strand 13 Jul 18
Smart people use bitcoin.
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Gregory S. Arago 13 Jul 18
Replying to @paulkrugman
Sir, you display 'old guard' paper thinking if you can't comprehend the power that a digital public ledger brings to the economics 'game'. Silk Road hating is fine. Not understanding M-ledger accounting is ridiculous for a man of your intelligence. Yuji . Done.
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Nahashon Kimemia 13 Jul 18
An indictment is a formal charge. Its serious, but not an affirmation of guilt esp under this FBI where Comey & his circle of friends including Mueller conducted themselves unprofessionally. More importantly, does the indictment have any links to Trump's campaign?
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Samuel H Garfield 13 Jul 18
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This does 2 things: 1. Serves as an advertisement for crypto, including how it can be used to obscure criminal activity 2. Demonstrates the need for govs to get out front and regulate crypto YESTERDAY
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