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Old 01.31.2017, 05:48 PM   #98
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Originally Posted by tesla69
let's be honest. the real beauty of digital currency is for crime and total state control.

The Cockrell Hill, TEXAS Police Department lost video evidence and a cache of digital documents after hackers invaded the departmentís computer system last month.
The malware...gained access to the department's computer servers after someone clicked on a cloned email made to look like it was sent from a department email address...
Messages generated by the computer virus demanded $4,000 worth of internet currency known as Bitcoin as ransom for the return of the files...

http://www.wfaa.com/news/local/cockr...king/392673232

see? bitcoin is anonymous, which is why the criminals asked for it.

for cash there'd have to be a handout and a possible ambush.

i bet you still don't get the whole picture. only the side that corroborates your preconceptions.
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