rogerver wrote:Thanks for being one of the earliest, longest lasting, and most trustworthy businesses in the history of Bitcoin so far.
Can you give us any additional hints on your " very interesting stealth project in the works"?
notig wrote:Hey there, I'm the proud owner of two of the auction coins from the second round of auctions
I chose the multi sig version with the A* serial numbers
As far as I know this is the first "trustless coin" . That means I don't have to trust you because you only have one of the private keys, and if I ever want to trade the coin to someone else they don't have to trust me because even though I have a private key, I don't have the one on the coin under the tamper proof covering. Do I have that right so far? I feel these may be collectcible someday.
notig wrote:who's idea was it for the trustless coin? I think it is pretty clever. The only downside is that I have to store two valuable things instead of one (a coin and a private key) but I feel that I could probably replicate the private key several times and store it in different places.
Hannu wrote:Hi, do you think it is a good idea to set up a raspberry pi full node to support the network?
Has there been any development is the shipping of the coins and them coming loose from the certificates?
Hannu wrote:Do you think it is possible to get a paid salary in a Bitcoin job? I currently work without salary.
LiteCoinGuy wrote:how do you store your Bitcoins? I guess you also use some of your coins which are very nice
LiteCoinGuy wrote:What do you think about the blocksize issue?
Having met or read about a few people in the bitcoin community, I have come to think it's a very relevant question and you can better weight their opinions having an idea of how many Bitcoins they hold (or do not hold.)"Never ask anyone for their opinion [...] Just ask them what they have -or don't have- in their portfolio"
Skin_in_the_game wrote:Which percentage of your net worth and/or liquid assets do you hold in Bitcoins ?
ladoga wrote:1. Any thoughts on "EU tightening control on virtual currencies" news/rumor as published by Reuters?
ladoga wrote:2. Do you think that Bitcoin businesses in the EU and/or Finland have channels in place to educate policy makers about Bitcoin?
ladoga wrote:I hope that one day you are able to expand Bittiraha.fi so that all EU citizens can buy bitcoins as easily as Finns do now.
Technomage wrote:It is not enough that the different authorities know about Bitcoin, it is the policy makers that make the rules that the authorities must follow. So I think that there is a huge need to educate policy makers in Finland and in the whole EU - and as fast as possible. Because when bad regulation is already in place, it is very difficult to change that afterwards.
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