Crypto-currencies: The future is now

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Crypto-currencies: The future is now

Post by Asiaphile » January 31, 2015, 6:15 pm

Bitcoin Mining Firm CoinTerra Files for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Bitcoin mining company CoinTerra has filed for bankruptcy.

CoinTerra has between $10m and $50m in assets, with liabilities within the same range, according to court documents. The firm has filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection, meaning it is likely to liquidate all assets in its bid to repay secured creditors.

CoinTerra stated that it would be unable to repay unsecured investors and named hundreds of creditors in its filing, which was submitted on 24th January.
... ... ankruptcy/ (empasis added)

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Post by merchant seaman » January 31, 2015, 6:31 pm

Sounds like back to the future for those who invested in bitcoins.
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Post by leterry60614 » March 11, 2015, 8:40 am

It's 2015 and bitcoin is still going. The Wall Street Journal reports that investors put $116 million in bitcoin startup 21 Inc

From Reuters NewsPro.

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Post by Laan Yaa Mo » April 4, 2015, 11:49 pm

Sad to say but Bitcoin, after just one game, will no longer be sponsoring the St. Petersburg Bowl. North Carolina State won that game over Central Florida. ... -bowl-game

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Post by old timer » April 5, 2015, 3:20 pm

What use is crypto if you can't spend it?
Nobody can take a pocket full of crypto to the shopping mall and have a spend up.
Not considered a currency in OT's opinion. Leave it to the tech heads to go for broke on a non existent "investment".

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Post by Stantheman » August 23, 2015, 7:56 pm

Bitcoin exchange CEO's arrest leaves trail of unanswered questions

A little update for the Bitcoin fans ... 67224.html

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Post by ytrewq » August 13, 2017, 2:40 pm

BTC price at USD $4100++ today.

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Post by Marcosteffano » August 14, 2017, 9:08 am

I was advised to buy bitcoin a few months ago @36,000b but couldn't work it out how to get my hands on them.watched them go past the price of gold a week or two later...went on a site called satang but he wanted way over the price.(25%).anyway I didn't trust it with all the fraud going around.pity it wasn't as easy as popping into a bank and buying them.was thinking of buying 50 at 36,000b.never mind maybe in next a mate with 2 of them and he bought them ages ago for next to told when they were first issued,bloke said yeah you can buy drugs and have people killed with them,well who would want to invest in that one.i think they were about a dollar each back I understand there was 21 million to start with but there's been plenty of people lose them and now 16.5 million left.i think they will keep on going up but only time will tell.i would of sold off 40 of the 50 so I had 10 for free but it never came about.has anyone got a story to tell of bitcoin?

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