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I have to be honest. In a perfect world, I would not even be considering using Bitcoin. I do not match the first adopter profile (and in fact, I am not a first adopter. I probably count as second or even third tier). In terms of investing, I would be far happier with an investment of bonds making a safe 4 percent a year. I would be perfectly happy sitting in an office working towards a secure retirement, doing my best to provide value to my employer. I would be perfectly happy trusting the institutions of our society, governmental and financial, etc., to operate with high ethics in the interests of the general public. But, when you let that good old Edison light bulb flash in the head for just a moment, bingo, you will realize that we already are using a replacement for paper dough. Voila.Plastic money is already here.Eternal bliss of electronic wizardry to the rescue of the final frontiers of human development. Wired digital magic you may choose to label it. Further, it won't be long before the bitcoin economy is larger than the Baht economy anyway. So forgive me if this doesn't look like a stumbling block at all. It looks like the twitching of a dying legacy currency. Move over Thai Baht, Bitcoin does what it pleases. 12/19: Mark "dipthrong" Herm, an online poker superstar over the last 5 years, joins BIG Dave and Steve Karp to discuss his deep run at EPT Prague. He also talks about his experiences as a backer along with his current gig hosting a poker podcast. [Visit Website] [Download MP3]. This currency, once it reaches critical mass, will not be easily manipulated by individuals or governments. It will give us a chance, not a guarantee, but a chance, to correct the system. https://bitcoin-qr-code.net/