Just wanted to say thank you to Bloomberg with their fair and knowledgeable Bitcoin coverage
The Bitcoin community (myself included) gets angry at the mainstream press for getting so much wrong when it comes to Bitcoin, so I just wanted to send a thank you to Bloomberg for actually taking this topic seriously. They've proven their dedication to getting the facts about Bitcoin with Matt Miller basically becoming their goto Bitcoin guy, and they tried to give Charlie a chance to respond to Leah's Newsweek piece (before she decided to leave the set :)). Figured it would be nice to point out someone doing their job correctly instead of pointing to all the "Bitcoin CEO Arrested" and "Is This the End of Bitcoin?" posts. THANKS! Edit: Tom Keene from Bloomberg was asking tough questions to Leah from Newsweek - http://www.bloomberg.com/video/can-the-real-dorian-nakamoto-please-stand-up-vSiahPV4ReyViJX2_IJhZw.html
http://news.yahoo.com/bitcoin-ceos-arrest-leaves-trail-unanswered-questions-070415714.html What I can't understand is why are authorities even considering this case? Who said Bitcoin was money? A bunch of scam artists. Why should public courts care that a bunch of people decided one day that Bitcoin was money, refuse to abide by any laws pertaining to money, but want all these lengthily investigations conducted when something goes wrong. Why should Mt Gox be held to the same standards as banks? Because Bitcoiners say so? Can I invent some wacky technology with backdoors and such and then take people to court when it breaks? here's a video expressing my views: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pn0WdJx-Wkw TRUSTLESS IS TRUSTLESS.
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