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Bitcoin assassination market - targets include Bernanke, Obama and NSA Director

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posted on Nov, 20 2013 @ 06:11 AM
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Investigate crypto currencies.

bitcoin is not the only one.

and right now it's over $420usd per single coin.

they cannot kill it, no more than they can control it, and no it's not the global elite doing it because no one if forcing you to use it, no one is replacing plastic money with it and it's entirely open to how it works and what is going on.

It may be that one day someone will control a single world currency. but no one controls bitcoin.

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posted on Nov, 20 2013 @ 06:39 AM
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Not yet they don't Wino, not yet.

But when (and if) Bitcoin becomes properly established and is used as the defacto digital currency?

All the leg work towards a single digital (cashless society) will have been done for tptb, at no risk or blame to themselves, by US ourselves!



posted on Nov, 20 2013 @ 06:53 AM
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Taggart
Anonymity is all well and good but it works for both sides.
You think you are talking to a hot Female online, you could be but you coud also be talking to a 60yr old dude called Bruce.

If you really want to get into something as insane as this you should probably already be in that business.

It's really not worth the risk, a real professional would never act in that way, putting blind faith in something they would vet people, enquire about people, probably watch every move until verified then decide whether to do business.

Silk Road being the perfect example of how it can all go wrong.



before Silk road "went wrong" it was a successful operation for several years...



posted on Nov, 20 2013 @ 06:57 AM
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i hear you... it would be most ironic if in the end WE created the one world currency ourselves, by pushing bitcoins as "alternative to cash... until it gets hijacked by TPTB once it is set up completelly



posted on Nov, 20 2013 @ 07:29 AM
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why anyone would fool around with bitcoin is beyond me...just look at their website, it's a Ponzi scheme...they take money deposits quickly, and when you want to redeem bitcoin back into cash it takes forever, they've even had to delay payouts on occasions. plus, you don't know the person that can simply write the proper "code" to create more for themselves....does anyone out there think that this CANNOT be done?....as an old 90's computer guy with an elementary knowledge of coding, even I wouldn't trust it.



posted on Nov, 20 2013 @ 08:18 AM
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I agree with the whole shill operation thing. "Assassination Market" is rather, too obvious. It's like having a website called "Free child porn". Why would anyone dare to click on it if that's what they're after? Sure, there are stupid people and all but this tor site sounds too fishy. I'm pretty sure there are enough people already that are at the edge of losing everything so anything can happen next year. It'll be a pretty eventful year IMO due to so many people losing insurance, losing their homes, losing their minds etc...

I don't think there is a need for such a market because if things get way out of hand, the people will speak their mind quite loudly as they have before, at least that's what US history has taught me.



posted on Nov, 20 2013 @ 12:59 PM
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"...The site has been online for 4 months, there are only a few targets and the bounties are relatively small but it's still disturbing nonetheless..."

No less disturbing than the governments secret assassination/kill list. Only difference here is a private individual is offering the money. A spade is a spade is a spade.
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posted on Nov, 20 2013 @ 04:54 PM
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jimmyx
why anyone would fool around with bitcoin is beyond me...just look at their website, it's a Ponzi scheme...they take money deposits quickly, and when you want to redeem bitcoin back into cash it takes forever, they've even had to delay payouts on occasions. plus, you don't know the person that can simply write the proper "code" to create more for themselves....does anyone out there think that this CANNOT be done?....as an old 90's computer guy with an elementary knowledge of coding, even I wouldn't trust it.


Their website? Which exact website are mentioning? There's many sites for trading BTC to USD(etc.), some are slow, others not so much. In fact some can transfer faster than cashing your check due to a bank's holding period. It's hardly a "ponzi scheme". Create more for themselves? Why these assumptions come so boldly from people, is beyond me...
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posted on Nov, 20 2013 @ 10:07 PM
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dreamingawake
Sounds like a shill operation that is meant to make Bitcoin look bad, as it's now being reviewed in congress. It's appalling as it is. Seriously how naive can these propositions be, as it think it's not being monitored. When they are caught for conspiracy to commit they deserve it.
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Exactly.

A sly false flag op to make bitcoin, tor and free internet look bad and make the establishment look good.



posted on Nov, 20 2013 @ 10:31 PM
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I agree. Bitcoin has no backing. It has it's own standard, but in a digital world. Bitcoins cannot be stolen because there is actually no physical matter to bitcoins. They are just numbers in different bank accounts. Bitcoins could actually replace all the currency in the world and become the new standard. If the stock market crashed and caused a domino effect that effected every countries currency, the bitcoin could very easily take over. No more dollars or coins, just numbers in thin air. Scary, actually.



posted on Nov, 20 2013 @ 10:51 PM
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Taggart is also right about Silk Road. If you don't know what it is, look it up. It is a black market that sold any thing and everything. The founder of Silk Road was recently charged with murder for hire and drug trafficking. Silk Road was not down for too long, because now Silk Road 2.0 is now up and running. So, murder for hire has actually been going on in the world wide web a lot longer than these new guys have been doing with bitcoin.



posted on Nov, 21 2013 @ 07:39 PM
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MALBOSIA
Well...

This is cause for a drone strike.



Yeh I see.

If you use bitcoin or tor they will label you a terrorist sponsor and bomb you with a raptor drone.
You have to let them spy on you without warrants.

TPTSee are afraid of bitcoin. Seeing as they don't actively control it.



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