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Author Topic: Do any working girls accept Bitcoin?  (Read 1363 times)

cjkanye02

Bitcoin is an anonymous, peer to peer, open source cryptocurrency that is growing in popularity.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bitcoin

Any forward thinking working girls accepting digital currencies yet? Preferably one with big boobies.

 :D

Offline berksboy

   Why would anyone take a made up thing like bitcoin for anything ?  We have a currency already thanks , long live the Pound.


   PS and that other made up currency can do one as well.

Offline Riprock

WG's and 'forward thinking' not normally found in the same sentence.

RR


Bitcoin is an anonymous, peer to peer, open source cryptocurrency that is growing in popularity.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bitcoin

Any forward thinking working girls accepting digital currencies yet? Preferably one with big boobies.

 :D

Offline Dani

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Bitcoin is an anonymous, peer to peer, open source cryptocurrency that is growing in popularity.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bitcoin

Any forward thinking working girls accepting digital currencies yet? Preferably one with big boobies.

 :D

I am sure when other service providers accept them and they become normal currency then we will too.  who am I kidding that is never going to happen.  Do you know any builders or plumbers or taxi drivers that accept Bit coins.  No, then why do you think or expect us to?
There is now 1667 businesses in the world online that accept bit coins so it is hardly going to be worth our while accepting them instead of cash as they are pretty much useless.  I cant pay my bills with an online fake currency nor can I buy food with it.  It wont pay my mortgage at home nor my rent at my work place so again what use would they be to me or anyone else who is self employed

You also have to consider that at any time the bitcoin can become completely worthless or another better online currency will be developed.  I like many other self employed people prefer something that is known and trusted and can be used in any shop, bank or is recognised by the world as a valued currency and I for one would never accept being paid in a currency that not only has no regulation also holds no recognition as legal tender. 

Offline DaveMugabe

1 bitcoin equals over £500 quid.  Thats a pricey tart!!! :dancegirl:

Online Trenlover

Bitcoin is a bad joke, avoid at all costs.

Always on the lookout for a good investment, I noticed recently how the "price" of bitcoins has surged this year but how to buy and sell?  Don't bother.  By the time I'd ploughed through the procedures you'd need to go through - even if there was the remotest chance of actually getting your money back from these virtual "dealers" or "banks" - I lost the will to live.

Offline G-Raw

The Bitcoin rush is over and The Bank of China recently made it clear that they will have no dealings whatsoever with BC transactions, prices fell by 20%+ per BC value if I recall correctly.

It is a very unusual currency and is harder to convert back into cash, most of the time what the person buys with their BC stays "virtual", but what we discuss here is very real.  :drinks:

Offline Sosa56

As far as I understand it it's more of a commodity than a currency as there is a fixed upper limit of it. Think of it as e-cash, completely anonymous and untraceable, which could have its advantages in the punting arena, especially as we move to a cashless economy.  Anyone remotely interested can learn all they need to know in this very short summary. http://www.economist.com/blogs/economist-explains/2013/04/economist-explains-how-does-bitcoin-work
« Last Edit: December 18, 2013, 11:45:33 PM by Sosa56 »

Offline Sosa56

Always on the lookout for a good investment, I noticed recently how the "price" of bitcoins has surged this year but how to buy and sell?  Don't bother.  By the time I'd ploughed through the procedures you'd need to go through - even if there was the remotest chance of actually getting your money back from these virtual "dealers" or "banks" - I lost the will to live.

Just go to https://localbitcoins.com/

Wiltsboy01

The small wad of carefully laundered cash (usually stashed £10 at a time) is the way it will always have to be for me to keep off the debit/credit card radar.

Works though and if its discovered, its always close enough to a birthday/anniversary or event to be for a present :)


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