true? You flipped more in that sentence than a cook at IHOP.
Life is dangerous. So is holding real gold.. so are tons of things but there is risk assessment that you can use if you have a brain that's working on all cylinders.
Gold can be stolen but statistically speaking it's less likely depending of course on who you tell and how many people.
Versus bitcoin that's hooked to millions of computers with thousands iof people trolling for information, trying to scan your computer, trying to place viruses etc..etc.. and that JUST the average person doing it. The government has the best hackers in the world, the best computer scientists..etc..etc.
Here I just found this and it's somewhat recent.
That's just a quick search.. there are many more stories out.
Try to think ahead a little. Do you really think that if they began to see bitcoin as a threat that they wouldn't brand it as a haven for thieves and terrorists, thereby gaining access to it?
Any form of digital life can be circumvented and has been at one time or another and in ever increasing frequency.
Hell man, I'm not even getting into the other issues I have with it in general.
As a novelty.. sure it's probably fun but it won't ever gain enough traction to go anywhere.
Nah buying gold and silver with cash and no identifying information given while never telling anyone that you have it.. is a much safer bet on many fronts.
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