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Is the Utah datacenter designed to attack Bitcoin?

Is it possible that the Utah data center, which has enough computers to hold all global communications for many years, a false flag?

Perhaps they're creating that much computing power to be able to obtain 51% of Bitcoin, or other crypto-currencies, in order to pollute the blockchain?


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It's designed to attack We

It's designed to attack We the People.

Cyril's picture


Indeed. That thing seems especially designed to contribute to nuke, practically, the first amendment, if they ever can.

"Cyril" pronounced "see real". I code stuff.


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